Interim President Barb Bellefeuille, Ed.D., brings steady leadership and a commitment to Bethel’s mission to the university’s highest executive role.
Maralee Crandon, Ph.D., and Brother Tim Erdel, who have been co-teaching their First Year Experience (FYE) block for 28 years, reflect on their last year of teaching together.
Last summer, a group of students and friends of Bethel University experienced the Bible coming to life in Greece and Turkey.
Bethel University welcomes new cabinet leadership with Bradley Smith, Ph.D., as Vice President for Academic Services and Brent LaVigne, Ph.D., as Vice President for Institutional Advancement.
This year was the 20th anniversary of Operatic Irregulars. Twenty-one alumni from the last 20 years returned to perform scenes from nine operas for a reunion and retrospective.
Arnold and Vivian Sallie agree that if you are going to be part of a community, you should do whatever you can to make it a better place. For them, that has meant involvement in programs that help to build community and impact diversity development in South Bend/Mishawaka.
Gospel Center Missionary Church, just about 1.5 miles from Bethel University’s campus, is situated right in the community of River Park. Jim, who has served as community pastor at the church since February 2020, is on a mission to show the neighborhood that Gospel Center is #ForRiverPark.
This year’s Pilots Men’s Soccer Team has more international players than ever before, with 20 nationalities represented.
Although Homer Drew didn’t make it back to Bethel University for “A Night With Homer Drew,’’ the former head basketball coach of the Pilots made his presence felt as best he could.
The Lehman Family Training Center is home to Bethel’s national champion track and field teams, and offers recreational opportunities for all students.