- Dr. Cindy Arnold-Owen, professor of special education at Bethel, will retire at the end of the fall 2009 semester.
- The Renaissance Theatre production “Some Enchanted Evening: the Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein” will be opening this weekend at the Bethel Performing Arts Center. Thirty-seven students will be performing songs from some of your favorite musicals including “The Sound of Music,” “The King and I,” “Oklahoma,” and “South Pacific.”
- Click below to watch the construction of Bethel's New Residence Hall Web Cam
- Twelve Bethel University students have been named to the 2009 Homecoming Royalty and will vie for the King and Queen honor. Winners will be crowned during halftime of the Homecoming football game against Lambuth University this Saturday, Oct.
- Two former Bethel athletes will be recognized for significant athletic contribution to Bethel by being inducted into the Bethel University Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 24.
- Carolyn Tomlin, one of the authors of the book, “The Secret Holocaust Diaries,” visited Bethel University this past week to share with students about Nonna Bannister, the heroine of her non-fiction book. Bannister, was a Russian-born aristocrat whose life fell apart when the Nazis invaded Russia.
- Bethel University’s Campus Crusade for Christ (CCC) organization will conduct a 30-Hour Famine beginning Saturday, Oct. 17, at 1 p.m.
- Bethel University elected its 2009-2010 Student Teacher Education Association (STEA) officers recently. Pictured front row l to r are: Brittany Edmonds, President, Benton, Ky.; Jennifer Townson, Vice President, Dyersburg; Ashley Branch, Secretary, Humboldt; and Samantha Spears, Treasurer, Paris.
- Bethel University Academic Theatre will present the Oscar Wilde play, “The Importance of Being Earnest” Oct. 15-18 in Bouldin Auditorium of the Dickey Fine Arts Building on the Bethel campus.
- Bethel University’s nursing program has been given full approval to operate, a major step for young nursing programs, according to Mary Bess Griffith, Bethel’s program director. “Many new programs are given conditional approval to allow them time to meet all state requirements for full approval,” Griffith said.