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Bethel University confers degrees during Saturday's Commencement

Bethel University confers degrees during Saturday’s Commencement MCKENZIE, TN – Despite the threat of wintry weather, hundreds of excited students, family, and friends made their way to Bethel’s Rosemary and Harry Crisp II Arena to cheer on the university’s newest group of graduates this weekend. In his welcoming remarks, Bethel University President Walter Butler noted that 1,108 Bethel University students... Read More
at Monday, December 10, 2018

Bethel University honors the late Mrs. Ruth Morris for her lifelong generosity

Bethel University honors the late Mrs. Ruth Morris for her lifelong generosity McKenzie, TN – Lifelong Carroll County resident and community leader Mrs. Ruth Morris was honored by members of the Bethel University Board of Trustees for distinguished service during ceremonies held recently at the university. Mrs. Morris, who served on Bethel’s Board of Trustees from 1984 to 1987, went home to be with her Lord on Nov. 7, 2016, at the age of 97. In their official Proclamation,... Read More
at Monday, December 3, 2018

Bethel University Commencement to be held this Saturday

Bethel University Commencement to be held this Saturday MCKENZIE, TN – A total of 374 Bethel University degree candidates are slated to graduate during ceremonies this Saturday, Dec. 8, in the Rosemary and Harry Crisp II Arena in the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment. Commencement activities begin at 10 a.m. Anne B. Pope, Executive Director of the Tennessee Arts Commission, will serve as commencement speaker. The Tennessee Arts Commission is a state arts agency dedicated to... Read More
at Monday, December 3, 2018

Bethel University announces partnership with Dyersburg State

Bethel University announces partnership with Dyersburg State McKenzie, TN — Bethel University Vice President Dr. Kimberly Martin announced an agreement today that will make it easier for graduates of Dyersburg State Community College to transfer to Bethel to complete their bachelor’s degrees in Management & Organizational Development with optional concentrations in Information Technology or Healthcare Management. Students may choose to attend classes one night per week... Read More
at Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Bethel University Wildcats in NAIA Playoffs

Bethel University Wildcats in NAIA Playoffs MCKENZIE, Tenn . – The NAIA No. 3 ranked Bethel Wildcats closed out their regular season beating Cumberland University 56-7 at Wildcat Stadium in McKenzie Saturday. The Cats became the first team in program history to go undefeated during the regular season moving to 10-0.   Coach Brent Dearmon and his team will face Baker University (Kansas) 8-2 here at Wildcat Stadium this Saturday, November 17 th at 1pm for the first round of... Read More
at Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Bethel ‘Revs’ up Collin Johnson’s future

Bethel ‘Revs’ up Collin Johnson’s future Many students are so inspired by Bethel’s Management & Organizational Development program that they dream of starting their own business. After all, the courses cover nearly every subject entrepreneurs need to know. But very few undergraduates actually launch a company while sitting in the classroom – and fewer still experience the success that student Collin Johnson has. Johnson’s booming business... Read More
at Thursday, November 8, 2018

Bethel hosts Mother-Daughter Twinkle Ball

Bethel hosts Mother-Daughter Twinkle Ball McKenzie, TN — Bethel University will host the 7 th Annual Mother-Daughter Twinkle Ball from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4. The event will be held at the Baker Field House on campus. This year’s theme is “Oh Deer, Twinkle is Here!”  The ball includes “make-and-take stations” representing many of the most cherished symbols of the season. There will be the usual host of surprises, and photo... Read More
at Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Celebrate the season at ‘Christmas With Renaissance’

Celebrate the season at ‘Christmas With Renaissance’ MCKENZIE, TN – Bethel University invites you to ring in the holidays at “Christmas with Renaissance,” a seasonal celebration that takes audiences on an awe-inspiring journey while showcasing all aspects of the Renaissance Performing Arts Program.  “Christmas is my favorite time of the year, and it’s always exciting when we start putting the show together,” says Renaissance Executive... Read More
at Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Laddie Lollar Symposium for Human Rights

This is the week for the Laddie Lollar Symposium for Human Rights.  This event, named in memory of long time BU Psychology professor Dr. Laddie Lollar, has been revived this year.  It is a two night event:   1.  Tuesday, October 23 (tomorrow) at 6:30 in Ayers Lecture Hall we are screening "Finding Oscar," produced by Steven Spielberg and the USC Shoah Foundation.  This documentary chronicles the search for a young boy named Oscar whose village... Read More
at Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Renaissance Theatre presents production of Tony Award-winning musical ‘In The Heights’

Renaissance Theatre presents production of Tony Award-winning musical ‘In The Heights’ McKenzie, TN – Bethel University’s Renaissance Theatre will present the Tony Award-winning musical production of "In The Heights" at the Bethel Performing Arts Center in McKenzie, TN.  "In The Heights" tells the universal story of a vibrant Cuban, Dominican, and Puerto Rican community in New York City’s Washington Heights... Read More
Posted by Bethel Univ at Friday, October 12, 2018

Bethel University Earns Champions of Character Five-Star Institution Award

Bethel University Earns Champions of Character Five-Star Institution Award McKenzie, TN - Bethel University has earned the Champions of Character Five-Star Institution Award for 2017-2018.  The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) selects award-winning schools annually based on their demonstrated progress in pursuing character-driven athletics. The Champions of Character Scorecard measures growth and commitment in five key areas, including character training,... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, September 10, 2018

Bethel University hosts Game Day Open House

Bethel University hosts Game Day Open House McKenzie, TN – Bethel University will roll out the red carpet for potential students and their family members on Saturday, Sept. 15, beginning at 9 a.m.  Bethel’s Game Day Open House is the perfect time to learn more about life at the university while enjoying a warm Wildcat welcome. Beginning at 9 a.m. at the Vera Low Student Enrichment Center, attendees will have a chance to ask questions and meet with faculty, staff,... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Bethel University boasts high nursing program pass rate

Bethel University boasts high nursing program pass rate McKenzie, TN – The Bethel University Nursing Department announced today that it has achieved a 96% pass rate on the NCLEX licensing exam for the 2018 graduating class.  “Our pass rate continues to show how successful our nursing program is -- especially when coupled with our high employer-satisfaction ratings,” says Director of Nursing Dr. Jenny Webb. “Our students are sought after in West and... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, August 31, 2018

Trent Scates named to head Bethel University’s PA Program.

Trent Scates named to head Bethel University’s PA Program McKenzie, TN – Trent Scates , former Admissions Director and full-time faculty member in Bethel University’s Physician Assistant Program, has been named Program Director of the school’s PA Program. Scates earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Trevecca Nazarene University in 1999, and a Master of Science in Medical Science with a specialization in Rural Primary Care from... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Bethel hosts free outdoor movie screening Sept. 10

Bethel hosts free outdoor movie screening Sept. 10 The topic is both touching and timely McKenzie, TN – Bethel University's Prevention Services, along with the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network (TSPN), will host a free outdoor movie screening of the film "Suicide: The Ripple Effect" at 7 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 10 on the school’s quad. Everyone is welcome, and attendees are encouraged to bring a blanket. The topic is timely, says Rachael Brooks, Title... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Bethel University receives Veteran Reconnect grant

Bethel University receives Veteran Reconnect grant McKenzie, Tenn. – The Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) announced today that 14 Tennessee institutions of higher learning, including Bethel University , will receive funding and program support through the Veteran Reconnect Grant. The program is designed to assist veterans and service members in their pursuit of college degrees. Veteran Reconnect is part of Governor Bill Haslam’s Drive to 55 initiative to... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, August 9, 2018

August Graduation 2018

A total of 263 Bethel University students received diplomas during ceremonies held Saturday, Aug. 4, in the Rosemary and Harry Crisp II Arena on the school’s campus. In his welcoming remarks, Bethel University President Walter Butler noted that 1,100 Bethel students had graduated this scholastic year. He added that the school, originally established as a seminary in McLemorseville, TN, was founded 177 years ago this week. During the ceremony, Jon E. Turner, PhD, was... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, August 6, 2018

Summer Commencement August 2018

  Bethel University Summer Commencement to be held Saturday, Aug. 4  MCKENZIE, TN – Bethel University’s Summer 2018 Commencement will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 4, in the Rosemary and Harry Crisp II Arena on the school’s McKenzie campus.  The Honorable John Stevens, Senator of Tennessee’s 24 th District, will serve as commencement speaker.  Senator Stevens’ roots run deep in Northwest Tennessee. A resident of Huntingdon,... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Bethel Alum Peter Lancaster Gives Much Credit to Bethel for Recent Emmy Win

For Peter Lancaster, it all started at Bethel when he landed an internship with WBBJ-TV ABC 7 in Jackson, Tenn. “While Bethel did not have a specific television production degree,” Lancaster said, “it did have mentors and advisors like Mrs. Sharon Scruton who saw my determination to apply for the TV station internship and who assisted me in going out on a limb to chase a dream.” Now,  twelve years later , Lancaster and his CBS46 Surprise Squad team... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, July 20, 2018

Kenton Gets Summer Acting Opportunity at Theater West Virginia

It was a professional audition with the South Eastern Theater Convention in Mobile, Ala., and thousands of students and professional actors showed up hoping to land work in performing arts elements ranging from theater to theme parks to resorts. Bethel senior theater major Bryan Kenton of Memphis was among those hopefuls. Kenton would soon learn that he had caught the eye of representatives from Theater West Virginia. “They gave me the opportunity to participate as a principal... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, July 19, 2018

BASS CATS RANKED NUMBER ONE IN NATION.

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - The Bethel University Bass Team heads to the 2018 Bassmasters College World Championship in Tahlequah, Oklahoma with a number one ranking in their pocket. The Bass Cats are ranked number one in the two year rankings by BassRankings.com. BassRankings.com ranks both professional Anglers and Collegiate Anglers. College teams are also ranked by the organization on both a year and a two year rankings program.  The rankings are based on individual performance as... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Bethel’s Malissa Vaughn Honored by SSAC

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Bethel (Tenn.)’s Malissa Vaughn has been named the SSAC Wally Schwartz Faculty Athletic Director of the Year award winner, the league office announced Monday. The Basics Each conference selects one winner, and the NAIA winner will be chosen from those honorees in September Vaughn has served as FAR for the last 13 seasons and is a member of the SSAC’s eligibility committee She filled in as the SSAC’s interim eligibility chair... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, July 16, 2018

DERRICK HUBBLE NAMED TENNIS COACH AT BETHEL UNIVERSITY

MCKENZIE, Tenn. - Bethel University Director of Athletics Dale Kelley announced Monday Derrick Hubble has been named head coach of the Bethel University men's and women's tennis programs.  Hubble replaces Barrett Phelps who recently resigned to pursue other interests.  Hubble just completed his third season as a graduate assistant for the Bethel women's basketball program.   He graduated from Bethel with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Physical... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, July 16, 2018

NELSON NAMED TO WBCA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

ATLANTA, Ga. – Bethel University Women's Basketball head coach Chris Nelson has been elected to the Women's Basketball Coaches Association Board of Directors for 2018-19. He will serve the board as the NAIA Director.  In his capacity as NAIA Director Nelson will be among nine new voting directors seated when the WBCA holds its annual in-person summer meeting on July 13. Joining the board are: Beth O'Boyle, head coach, Virginia Commonwealth... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, July 16, 2018

Two Bethel Students Chosen as McWherter Scholars

The Volunteer Center for Rural Development is pleased to announce that Alissa Peaine and Allissa Smith, both students at Bethel University, have been selected to the McWherter Scholars scholarship program for the 2018-19 scholastic year: Peaine is a junior music education major from Parsons, and Smith is a senior from Adamsville double majoring in history and education. McWherter Scholars are rural West Tennesseans who represent colleges and universities in West Tennessee outside of... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, July 16, 2018

Bethel Physician Assistant Graduates Achieve 98 Percent Pass Rate

Bethel University’s Spring 2018 graduates from its Physician Assistant Studies Program have achieved a 98 percent pass rate on the Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination (PANCE), the licensing examination for PA’s. The pass rate is based on the number of graduates who pass the examination on their first try. Of Bethel’s 50 May 2018 graduates, 49 achieved passing on their first try.      “The five-year national average for first time... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, July 9, 2018

Bethel's Grace Peters Gains Valuable Experience and New Perspectives at Summer Internship

  Bethel student Grace Peters grew up going to the theatre, and the first show she saw was actually  Oklahoma  at Bethel when she came to see her sister who was in the pit for the well-known musical. “I had always loved going to shows at Bethel and at TPAC in Nashville,” Peters said. But the theatre major from Dickson says she did not begin acting and being involved in theatre herself until her freshman year of high school. “My gym teacher... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, July 6, 2018

KENTUCKY LAKE'S COLLEGIATE BIG BASS BASH TO BE FEATURED ON DISCOVERY

The 2018 Season of Cabelas Collegiate Bass Fishing Tournament Series™ featuring Bethel University and other schools across the nation will air on Discovery Channel beginning July 8.   Fans of the Cabela's Collegiate Bass Fishing Tournament Series™ can tune in every Sunday at 8:30 a.m. CST to see latest college bass fishing action. As the season unfolds, some of the highlighted coverage seen on the Discovery Channel this summer will include the Texas... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, July 2, 2018

Bethel Holds Summer Nurse Camp

Bethel University’s Department of Nursing held its annual nurse camp on Wednesday, June 27 on the school’s McKenzie campus. The one-day event hosted 33 high school students from across the state. “We really wanted to give students in high school a chance to see what nursing would be like,” said Jason Hypes, Simulation and Skills Lab Coordinator for Bethel’s program. According to Hypes, students spent the day moving through four stations including IV insertion... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, June 29, 2018

BETHEL PROFESSOR STEVE ISBELL NAMED TO ALL-SSAC FACULTY TEAM

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Southern States Athletic Conference released the 2017-18 end-of-year  award  winners recently at the SSAC Awards Banquet in Montgomery, Alabama.  Highlighting the awards from Bethel was Bethel Assistant Professor of Business and CIS Steve Isbell, who was named to the All-SSAC Faculty Team.   Isbell commented on the award, "I have been a fulltime Bethel faculty member since 2012. I really enjoy getting to know our students and... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, June 15, 2018

Coming Full Circle at Colegio Americano

The year was 1928, and the Cumberland Presbyterian Church was carrying out mission work in South America. It would be the year that Miss Ethel Brintle and Miss Bernice Barnett would commit their lives to Christian service and would travel and sail thousands of miles away from their Tennessee homes to Colombia, South America. Through their faith in God and hard work and determination, Ethel and Bernice were integral in beginning Colegio Americano in this new and foreign place. Fast forward to... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, June 15, 2018

BETHEL WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD TEAM AWARDED NATIONAL HONOR

MCKENZIE, Tenn. - The Bethel University Women's Track and Field team was recognized by the NAIA as the NAIA Female Track and Field National Champions of Character Team of the Year recently. The Lady Wildcats beat out every school in the nation who has an outdoor track and field program. The champions of character initiative recognizes five core values: integrity, respect,  responsibility , sportsmanship, and servant leadership. Bethel Coach  Brandon Kilburn  expressed... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Wednesday, June 13, 2018

BETHEL UNIVERSITY BASS TEAM ALUM WINS PROFESSIONAL EVENT

Bethel University Bass Team Alum Jake Lawrence won the FLW Costa Event Saturday at Lake Barkley. The three day professional Bass tournament was one of a series held by FLW. Lawrence had a three day, five fish per day limit and led the tournament wire to wire. Jake's total weigh was just over 72 pounds with fifteen fish. Bethel Coach  Garry Mason  commented, "We are so very proud of Jake.  He and his long time Bethel Bass team partner Jacob Hardy won many Bass... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, June 11, 2018

FORMER NFL STAR VISITS BETHEL CAMPUS TO FILM VIDEO SERIES

MCKENZIE, Tenn. – Former NFL great Patrick Willis was at Wildcat Stadium on the campus of Bethel University Tuesday filming a linebacker video  series  for players and coaches. The two time All-SEC standout at Ole Miss and seven time NFL Pro Bowler  played his prep career at nearby Hollow Rock Bruceton Central High School. After  the filming he visited  with Bethel Head  Football  Coach Brent Dearmon, Bethel President Walter Butler,... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, June 8, 2018

NCRHA 2018 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM ANNOUNCED

FARGO, ND - The NCRHA released the 2018 NCRHA All-Tournament squad recently. The championships were held in Fargo, North Dakota. Bethel University had seven players recognized. Defensemen  Kadin Ricciardi  was named to the Division I Second Team.  Making the DI Honorable Mention team were Bethel Forward  Brandon Kerst  and Goalie Jimmy Teed. In Division 3 action Defensemen  Tyler Zaino  and  Sam Woolfson  were named to the second... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, June 8, 2018

BETHEL'S TEED NAMED TO ALL-CANADA TEAM

MCKENZIE, Tenn. - Bethel University senior Jimmy Teed worked hard and really blossomed taking over the D1 Goalie position this past year for the Bethel Wildcats In-Line Hockey team.   He was announced this week he has been named to the Team Canada squad. He joins Bethel Alumni Cole Sonstelie and Andrew Rhodes on the team. Teed is a senior from Antigonish, NS Canada. Bethel Coach  Ryne Potts  commented, "This is a huge accomplishment for them all but especially... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, June 8, 2018

Bethel University To Host Annual Jr. Physician Assistant Day June 23

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Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, May 31, 2018

BETHEL ANGLERS CLAIM CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE & CATS WIN SCHOOL OF THE YEAR AWARD

FLORENCE, AL. – Friday 330 of college fishing's best anglers took to Pickwick Lake with hopes of taking home the title, and later only two competitors left with the championship trophy.   Carter McNeil  and  Cole Floyd  of Bethel University were the winners of the 2018 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship.  Bringing 25.12 pounds to the scales on Day two, McNeil and Floyd led the field by more than six pounds with a two day total of 47.75 pounds.... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, May 28, 2018

Cats have Big First Day with Title in Sight

FLORENCE, Ala. – The scales had closed and the crowds had cleared out at McFarland Park as Day 1 of the 2018 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship presented by Cabela's was in the books.  330 of college fishing's finest anglers took to Pickwick and Wilson Lake looking to bring their best five fish to the scales.  The field of collegiate competitors were anxious and  ready  to go in search of feeding fish out on the famed ledges of... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, May 25, 2018

Tony Morton to Perform in "90 Minutes of the What Now"

Tony Morton, Academic Theatre Director at Bethel University, will be performing with the Pipeline-Collective Theatre Company on May 31 at 7 p.m. in "90 Minutes of the What Now" -- an evening of short plays. Morton will be playing the role of Jim Gardner in "The Lepers of Orchid Park" by Louis Johnson, and the performance will be at Belmont University's Little Theatre in Nashville. Admission is pay what you can, so if you are going to be in the Nashville area at that... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Bethel Helped Leah Lancaster Prepare for Fulfilling Life Work

A typical day for Bethel alum Leah Lancaster involves paperwork when she audits resident and employee charts to be sure all documents are in place. It would also include coordinating care with surrounding hospitals to assess patients for group home placement. During that same day, she might be holding or conducting meetings with her company’s mental health centers to help staff members problem solve and coordinate care. Furthermore, she is on call during the day to all five of the... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Tuesday, May 22, 2018

BASS CATS CONTINUE TO DOMINATE

MCKENZIE, Tenn. - The Association of Collegiate Anglers (ACA) and Cabela's Collegiate Bass Fishing Series have released the latest Cabela's School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia rankings update for the 2017-2018 season. With the season winding down to one final double points event, there is little doubt that the 2018 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship will be the most pivotal event of the year in determining who will reign as this year's Cabela's School... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, May 18, 2018

BASEBALL TRYOUTS SATURDAY MAY 19 AT 2 P.M.

MCKENZIE, TN –Bethel University Baseball's open tryouts are Saturday May 19 at Wildcat Park (Kahlden Complex) on the campus of Bethel University. The tryouts will be open to junior college players, high school junior and senior players along with current Bethel students. Players need to arrive a few minutes early and bring their own gear. Tryouts begin at 2 p.m. All players planning on attending are asked to email their cell numbers and contact info to Coach ... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, May 18, 2018

SUMMER BASEBALL LESSONS PROVIDED BY BETHEL STAFF

MCKENZIE, Tenn. – The Bethel University baseball staff will provide summer lessons for area youngsters and players. Lessons will be available for ages, T-Ball to high school.  Learn the game and have fun as the staff will place emphasis on catching, pitching, hitting, and fielding.  The lessons will take place on the Bethel campus. Prices will vary based on age and time of lesson. For information please email Head Coach  Rusty Thompson  at ... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, May 18, 2018

Summer Drawing Workshop for Community Begins June 18

Bethel University is pleased to invite participants for a Summer Drawing Workshop for individuals 12 years old and up who are interested in sharpening their skills in drawing from observation. Materials used will include compressed charcoal and conte crayon. Taught by Bethel art faculty Jason Cole, the class will meet Monday through Friday, June 18-22 and 25-29, 9 a.m. to noon, in the Dickey Fine Arts Building on Bethel’s McKenzie campus. There is a $40 fee per participant to cover the... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, May 17, 2018

TIMES SET FOR WILDCAT FOOTBALL GAMES-TIME CHANGE FOR 2018 HOMECOMING

MCKENZIE, Tenn. – The Bethel University Sports Information Office updated  the starting times for the 2018 Wildcat Football schedule Monday. The Homecoming game against Cincinnati Christian orginally scheduled for 5 p.m. has been changed to 3 p.m. The Wildcats will  play five home games and five road game this fall. The Cats  open  the season at home on Thursday, August 23rd at 6 p.m. against Mid-South power Reinhardt   who made it... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, May 14, 2018

Spring 2018 Honor Roll and Dean's List Announced

Bethel University’s College of Arts and Sciences and College of Health Sciences are proud to announce the names of local students who earned Honor Roll and Dean's List status for its Spring 2018 semester. A total of 177 students qualified for the Bethel University Honor Roll. To qualify for the Honor Roll, a student must be a traditional undergraduate who has completed twelve or more hours of academic work with an average of 3.70 or above with no grade below a "C." A... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, May 14, 2018

Bethel’s Global Studies Program Leaves Lasting Educational Impression on Students

Upon returning from his alternative spring break experience in Costa Rica through Bethel’s Global Studies program, student Derek McDaniel started his own compost and recycling system at his home. “It only took about an hour to get it set up, and nature provided the rest,” McDaniel said. “No money spent here.” An Army National Guard Cook, McDaniel also spoke to his head NCO and asked if he could take leftover scraps and compostable materials from the cooking... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Nursing Department Holds Pinning & Awards Ceremony

The Bethel University Nursing Department held its annual pinning and awards ceremony on Friday, May 4 at the McKenzie Church of Christ. The pinning ceremony is a traditional and symbolic welcoming of newly graduated nurses into the nursing profession. The new nurses who graduated the following morning with their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees, were presented with pins specially designed to affiliate them with Bethel University. Each new nurse was presented with the pin from a loved... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Tuesday, May 8, 2018

FORMER BETHEL GREAT TO PLAY PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL IN NASHVILLE.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Former Bethel All-American Tay'la Foster has signed with the 2018 Music City Icons Professional Women's Basketball Team in Nashville. She played professionally in the WBCBL IN 2017. am. Tay'la started her basketball career at Tennessee State University and finished at Bethel University. At 5'10 she will play the small forward position. Tay'la is no stranger to the world of professional basketball as she played in the WBCBL league in 2017. When I watch... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, May 7, 2018