Campus Reads program aims to engage faculty, staff and students in conversations about racial trauma.
Bethel University is being called to educate students with kingdom thinking, especially in current times.
Despite COVID-19, the Bethel University Music and Theatre departments are committed to providing students with opportunities to practice and perform in a way that ensures safety for all.
After years of moving around, Steve Drabyn has found his home at Bethel University.
New athletics program merges faith and gaming.
When Paul Cooke, a Biochemistry major with a minor in Chemistry, came to Bethel University as a freshman, he didn’t see medicine as the path for him, even though he comes from a family of doctors.
First-year Bethel nursing student Alyssa Stoltzfus shares her experience providing front-line medical care in Syria through Frontier Alliance International.
In January 2020, senior Stephen White made Bethel history when he won the Musical Theatre Intensive (MTI) at the Region 3 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF).
Joan McClendon ’10, ’12, is passionate about empowering women to share their voice and have a seat at the table of nonprofit boards.
From Tajikistan and back to
Bethel, Associate Professor of Biology Katie Weakland, Ph.D., has dedicated herself to seeing revival.