- The Bethel University Wind Ensemble and Renaissance Symphonic Band will present the first of two concerts for the spring 2010 season on Tuesday, March 2 at 7:00 p.m. The concert will be held in the Bethel Performing Arts Center on the corner of Stonewall St.
- Bethel University's Academic Theatre production of the play “Proof” begins this Thursday, Feb. 25, in Bouldin Auditorium of the Dickey Fine Arts Building on campus.
- Bethel University’s inaugural bass team finished in the top five at Lake Guntersville during a blinding snow storm which left northern Alabama with more than two inches of snow on boats and anglers during the event. Twenty-eight college teams competed in the event with a total of 71 boats and 142 anglers taking part.
- Bethel University’s students have initiated a number of events recently that have raised funds for relief efforts following a devastating earthquake in Haiti. Zeta Nu Theta sorority and Kappa Phi Rho fraternity raised close to $300 collecting loose change from fellow students, while a number of Bethel’s Greek groups including Psi Theta Phi, Alpha Phi Sigma, Beta Sigma Rho, Psi Gamma Phi, Kappa Kappa Psi and Kappa Phi Rho held a Haiti Relief Bash and raised more than $100.
- The Bethel University Singers have been invited to be a part of the Masterworks Festival Chorus at Carnegie hall in New York City on Monday, Feb. 22.
- Bethel University's College of Liberal Arts (McKenzie Campus) will return to its normal schedule of classes on Tuesday, February 16, 2010, at 8:00 A. M.
- Bethel will host College Goal Sunday on its McKenzie campus on Sunday, Feb. 14.
- Bethel ’s Gamma Beta Phi Society inducted eight new members on Sunday, Feb. 6 in Cole Chapel on the Bethel campus in McKenzie.
- Bethel's Department of Education conducted a solid waste education workshop on Wednesday, Feb. 3 on campus.
- Bethel's new bass fishing program has recently been featured in the February 2010 issue of Bass Master magazine. The article talks about how Bethel has set a precedent among colleges and universities by classifying its bass fishing program as an athletic sport instead of just a club.