Greg Conrad ’81, ’04, spent his career in health care administration, most recently serving as president of Beacon Health Ventures.
It’s not every day that one gets to meet American Composer Lin Manuel Miranda (who wrote the music for Broadway’s “Hamilton” and Disney’s “Moana”), and get complementary tickets to Broadway shows, but for Bethel alumnus Jared Schwartz ’04, this is normal.
Alumnus Yonathan Moya ’10 embarked on a nine-day photographic journey to humanize life on the U.S.-Mexico border.
This year, Bethel launched the Bethel College Rising Entrepreneur Scholarship. It celebrates innovation and entrepreneurship in Michiana by providing a scholarship to a student who has completed the Startup Moxie (formerly St. Joe CEO) entrepreneurship program.
Collin Smith ’16 is a digital project manager for the Richards Group, the largest independent branding agency in the nation.
Kintae Lark ’07 and his wife, Tanika Walker-Lark run their salon and school with the goal of bringing reformation to the South Bend community.
Former major league pitcher Eric Stults ’02 talks faith, family and his decision to retire after 14 years of professional play.
Alumna Jessica Rupp ’07 is helping to mobilize global artists through OM Arts International.
They may not be perfect, but they have perfect intentions. This is the philosophy by which the Bethel Track and Field team lives, and it’s been the key to their success.
Both the men’s and women’s track and field teams won the 2015 NCCAA Indoor Championships this past spring, totaling eight national championship wins for the team in as many seasons.
Their secret: Christ-centered unity.
Head Women’s Basketball Coach Andrew Wodrich ’07 returns to Bethel after coaching at D-1 Central Michigan University.