The annual Bethany College Senior Art Show is now open in the College’s Renner Art Gallery. The exhibit, which features the work of Kelsey Bish of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and Harrison Rightmyer, of Reading, Pennsylvania, will be available until April 18.
Six Bethany College student groups witnessed culture and history first hand as they traveled the world during Spring Break, March 9-13.
Bethany College will soon be the new home of the Disciples of Christ Historical Society, currently located in Nashville, Tennessee. The DCHS Board met March 6 and decided that College and DCHS officials can begin discussing details of the relocation to Bethany.
Bethany College celebrated Founder’s Day with events on campus and around the nation Thursday, March 5. This year’s program honored the College’s 175 years as a small college of national distinction.
As Bethany College, West Virginia’s oldest degree-granting institution, prepares this week to celebrate its 175th anniversary on March 5, resolutions honoring the milestone have been offered in both states that figure in Bethany’s long history.
Bethany College will hold multiple events March 20 and 21 for its inaugural Women and Leadership weekend. These invitation-only events, held in conjunction with Women’s History month, feature nationally recognized speakers and prominent Bethany alumnae, and give female students the opportunity to network and further their leadership aspirations.