- Students grades 7-12 can experience Bethel University in one dynamic weekend Oct. 28-30 at an event entitled “The Weekend.”
- Bethel University Academic Theatre will present Frankenstein beginning this Thursday, Oct. 20 in Bouldin Auditorium of the Dickey Fine Arts Building.
- Members of Bethel’s senior nursing class presented a $120 check to Damascus Road Homeless Shelter personnel on Oct. 11 after holding a fundraiser on its behalf.
- Josh Randle, a music education major from Nashville, was chosen as Bethel's 2011 Homecoming King and Kaci Rae Lentz, a music education major from Southaven, Miss., was chosen as Queen. The announcement was made during the Wildcat Football game on Saturday, Oct.
- On Friday, Oct. 7 at noon, Bethel’s Division of Music held Recital Hour and the family of L.J.
- Bethel University Alumni Awards were presented at the 2011 Homecoming Luncheon on Saturday, Oct. 8.
- Three of Bethel University's accomplished alumni told about their life journey after Bethel and about their time at Bethel during a panel discussion held Thursday during two separate discussion times. Jim Smith, who works with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, Freelance food writer Carol Penn-Romine and Captain Shelia Robertson who serves as Special Assistant to the Navy Surgeon General for pastoral care.
- The Rev. Dr.
- Bethel University is pleased to announce that the Maraca2 Percussion Duo will perform on Tuesday, Oct. 11 at 8 p.m.
- The Bethel University Bookstore will officially open its doors in its new location in the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment this Thursday, Oct. 6.