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  • Bethel University’s annual summer reading program concluded on Tuesday, June 29 with a showing of the movie, “Finding Nemo,” and with an ice cream sundae party. This year’s theme was “Make a Splash” with much of the activities being centered around an undersea theme.
  • Bethel University baseball player Johnathan Deberry was drafted in the 34th round of the Major League Baseball draft Wednesday. The outfielder was drafted by the San Francisco Giants.
  • The Office of Admission for Bethel University's College of Liberal Arts hosted its second early registration for the fall 2010 semester on Thursday, June 24. Here, the admissions staff directs a student to the next registration station.
  • Bethel University's Bass Fishing Team has been featured in the New York Times. Click here for more information.
  • Raeleen Burke (right) served as Bethel University’s representative at the Tennessee Education Association (TEA) conference in Nashville on June 4 and 5 and will also represent the school at the National Education Association conference in New Orleans later this month. Burke, who is a Huntingdon High School graduate, is majoring in elementary education at Bethel.
  • Bethel University's College of Liberal Arts announced 2010 awards in a ceremony recently. Click here to see honorees.
  • Several spring 2010 Bethel University graduates were recognized recently with 2010 Graduate Education awards. Pictured l to r front row are: Karlene Cheatham, a Special Acknowledgement Certificate in Higher Education; Dr.
  • Bethel University’s annual summer reading program held its second session on Tuesday, June 8. Here, Faith Corbin of McKenzie took part in helping to imagine the group’s own children’s story.
  • One hundred sixty-two students have qualified for the Honor Roll and seventy other students have qualified for the Dean’s List at Bethel University for the Spring Semester, 2010, according to Ms. Shirley Martin, Registrar of the College of Liberal Arts.      To qualify for the Honor Roll, a traditional student must have an average of 3.70 or above on twelve or more simultaneous academic hours. For a traditional student to be named to the Dean’s List, he or she must have completed twelve or more hours of simultaneous academic work with an average of 3.50 to 3.69.      Students named to the Bethel University Honor Roll (3.70 or above) for spring 2010 semester are: Joshi Hilary of Bangladesh; Jessica Vieira and Thaise Vieira of Brazil; Tori Barraco, Maryse Beauregard, Massimo Collu-Marchese, Morgan Keitel and Rachel Rathbone of Canada; Otakar Schober of Czech Republic; Kim Dinh of France; Kimmarley Chin, Nicola Richardson, Dawyne Smith, and Tashana Taylor of Jamaica; Victoriah Musyoki and Felix Obilo of Kenya; Nina Djokovic of Serbia; Mario Vila Boa of South Africa; Nhung Nguyen and Hoang Ta of Vietnam; Ellen Hood of Anderson, Ala.; Rebecca Gover of Gurley, Ala.; Daniel Andrews of Harvest, Ala.; Garrett Burns of Camden, Ark.; Isaac Moore of Orange, Calif.; Lori Magnusen of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.; Marshall Varnum of Jefferson, Ga.; Brittany Meeks of Fairfield, Ill.; Michelle Pittman of Herrin, Ill.; Joshua Wharton of Marion, Ill.; Brittany Edmonds of Benton, Ky.; Jessica Castleman and Ashley Simmons of Kevil, Ky.; Dustin Ferguson of Clarkton, Mo.; Samuel Bass of Doniphan, Mo.; Chaz Dachenhaus of Leesville, S.C.; Jordan Donegan and Daniel Willis of Antioch; Brittany Fowler of Atwood; William Black, Brandon McDaniel, and Christina Warren of Bartlett; Ethan Wright of Bolivar; Jordan Todd of Buchanan; Jessica Montoya and Richard Montoya of Burlison; Leah Hensley of Camden; Rebecca Meals and Faye Taylor of Cedar Grove; Macy Kint of Clarksville; Daniel Doyle of Collinwood; Wendy Morton of Cottage Grove; Kristen Johnson and Kevin Minchew of Covington; Kelsey Hamilton of Dickson; James Adkins, Ashlee Dubruiel and Candice Legens of Dresden; Kimberly Jeffries and Jennifer Townson of Dyersburg; Katherin Shapcott of Eagleville; Brittney Wixon of Germantown; Erin Melton and James Thomson of Gleason; Jason Hypes of Greenfield; Emily Cabrera and Drew Hill of Henderson; Charles Blanton and Troy Watson of Hendersonville; Sasha Roark of Henning; Felicia Mesavage and Matt Scott of Henry; Jorden Cate-Hodge of Hollow Rock; Monica Avery, Ashley Coste, Caleb Crocker, Anna Gregory, Scott Hampton, James Jones, Brittany Lovett, Heather Price, Cassandra Ray, Seth Segraves and Melanie White of Huntingdon; Bretta Gore of Hurricane Mills; Shaniece Bond, Lee Gaugh, Emily Herron, William McCallister, and Charnae’ Neely of Jackson; Samantha Litton of Kenton; Brandon Reagan of Knoxville; Gladys Litton of Lavinia; Linzee McCollum, Rachel Owen, Stephanie Owen, Katelan Potts, and Wallace Sumler of Lexington; Heather McGehee of Martin; Tucker Munns of Maryville; Letitia Bell, Josie Brown, Kimberly Bynum, Curtis Carlton, Valarie Fisher, Lisa Harrison, Evan Johnsey, Courtney Kee, Lauren Morris, Sonya Neisler, Anna Trull, Adam Welch and Cassidy Wilson of McKenzie; Scott Dean and Jessica Frazier of Medon; Kevin Estes of Memphis; Derek Blankenship, Quentetia Branch-Pearson, Debbie Eddie, Ammon Johnson, Ashley Littleton and Jake Ramsey of Milan; Aubrey Ham and Kyle Oliver of Munford; Sandy Nasif and Rebecca Stewart of Nashville; Wyatt Kemp and Anthony Whitt of Newbern; Savanna Cooper, Dana Freeland, Catherine Hart, Shelby Lambert, Allin Montford, Hemangini Patel, Patricia Robison, Samantha Spears, Kayla Watson and Kristina Wilson of Paris; Mary Fisher and John Hays of Parsons; Jacob Robertson and Candace Salcido of Portland; Anna Sweet of Powell; Cayley Thompson of Puryear; Tyler Tate of Rutherford; Hunter DeBerry, Michael Henderson and John Ricketts of Savannah; Whitney Taylor of Stanton; Jordan Stack of Toone; Hayley Williams of Trenton; Justin Curtis, Meagan Curtis and Alexia Poole of Trezevant; John Graham of Union City; Ashton Carnahan and Jessica Carvalho of Waverly; Tristian Johnson of Whiteville; Stephaine Ivy of Wildersville; Marisa Knight of Houston, Texas; Bethel Durdin and Brooke Cary of Yuma.      Named to the Dean’s List (with a 3.50 to 3.69) are: Joao Souza of Brazil; Joseph Omondi of Kenya; Erick Rosas of Mexico; Nataly Arguello and Carolina Marulanda of Colombia; Patrick Nolan of Albertville, Ala.; Nathaniel Funk of Millport, Ala.; Cody Sikora of Graceville, Fla.; Joseph Whitmore of Lakeland, Fla.; Saeed Bramwell-Gordon of Riverview, Fla.; Jacob McNichols of Satellite Beach, Fla.; Levi Irwin of Wayne City, Ill.; Megan Beckley of Lindsborg, Kan.; Allison Merideth of Bowling Green, Ky.; Chaz Dial of Hickman, Ky.; Erika Blake of Newark, Ohio; Stephenie Crocker and Tanya Johnson of Atwood; Elizabeth Sharpe of Bartlett; Derek Bird of Beech Bluff; Lauren Fisackerly of Brighton; Jennifer Hollingsworth and JoAnna Kelley of Bruceton; Cassandra Hassell of Camden; Brian French of Cedar Grove; Brittany Dyer of Clarkburg; Brandon McKinnon of Dickson; Carolyn Bone and James Warrilow of Dresden; Joseph Dickinson of Dyer; Nikki Bivens of Gates; Jacob Canady and Trae Vaughn of Gleason; Ashley Roark of Henning; Luke Newbold of Hohenwald; Brittni Fry of Humboldt; Jessica Burns, Lindsey Eubank, Johanna Salma, Keliea Sullivan and Jesse Turner of Huntingdon; Rene Story and Danielle Trudo of Jackson; Daniel Killian of Linden; Kia Bell, Dustin Doyle, Benjamin Ensell, Lauren Flippin, Cari Franklin, Jennifer Taylor and Stephen Williams of McKenzie; Brandi Stanfill of Medina; Jeremy Calhoun and Kaneeshia Wade of Memphis; Alex Jackson, Brian Patterson and Nicholas Tatum of Milan; Shelby Carpenter, Allison Duke, Lori Gream, Matthew Massey, Emily Muse and Divya Patel of Paris; Sean McCormick of Parsons; William Robertson of Portland; Lauren Newell of Rutherford; Mylinda Alexander of Savannah; Jana Roney of Union City; Loretta Montemayor of Brownsville, Texas.
  • Ten students from Bethel University’s Human Services (HUS) 426 class traveled to Manna House in Memphis recently to actively participate in community service.      Three mornings a week at Manna House, Dr.

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