Included in University Business and New York
College's Old Main was pictured in two national features on
historic campus architecture. The features were coordinated
by Washington, D.C.-based Council of Independent Colleges.
Old Main was pictured with a feature in the December issue
of University Business and the Sunday, January 6 edition of
the New York Times (Education section, page 27).
Miller Attends DOC President's Council Meeting
Bethany President Scott D. Miller recently attended the winter
meeting of the President's Council of the Council of Colleges
and Universities of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
Chief executives of the affiliated colleges met to discuss
the covenant relationship with the Church and issues relative
to DOC institutions.
Bethany Hosts Ozark
Forty students and several professors
from Ozark Christian College, an Independent Christian Church-affiliated
college in Joplin, Missouri, visited Bethany College on Monday.
The biennial tour is part of the requirement
for their course on Restoration Origins taught by Professor
Terry Chaney. At Bethany they visited the Campbell Mansion,
God’s Acre (cemetery), ate lunch at the cafeteria, then
toured Old Main, the Archives, and the Old Meeting House.
While at the Archives, they enjoyed a reading by Archivist
Jeanne Cobb from an original diary by Alexander Campbell.
The students were impressed with the
beauty of Bethany College and the history that remains here
in its buildings and environs. Several remarked that being
able to visit the home and college of Mr. Campbell made their
textbooks come alive.
Judy Pyle and Ellen Sanford assisted
the staff of Historic Bethany with the Mansion tour.
Alumni Gatherings Hosted
Alumni and friends in the Washington D.C. and Baltimore areas
gathered for two separate alumni events during the holiday
At an event hosted by Booz Allen Hamilton
through the efforts of Grant McLaughlin '91, 89 alumni and
friends from the Washington D.C. area, gathered on November
20, 2007. Dr. John Niederhuber '60, Director of the National
Cancer Institute was the guest speaker. He spoke on the topic
of medical research and innovations in the field of cancer
research. Dr. Scott Miller and his wife Annie were introduced
to the group by Bethany's 18th President, G.T. "Buck"
On December 6, 2007 alumnus and Board of Trustee member George
Davis '78 and his wife Patricia hosted 34 alumni at Gertrude's
- John Shields' Restaurant at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
Alumni had the opportunity to meet Dr. and Mrs. Miller and
share with them their Bethany experiences.
Please watch for announcements concerning alumni events in
your area. If you would like to host an alumni event in your
area, please e-mail email@example.com.
Bethany Alum Named
A Mover and Shaker of 2008
Bethany Alum and Vice-Chair of the Board
of Trustees, Robert J. McCann, ’80, was named as one
of the Movers and Shakers for 2008 by On Wall Street.
McCann, President of the Global Wealth
Management Group, Merrill Lynch, was recognized for his division’s
impressive growth in the third quarter of 2007. Up 29% from
the previous year, his group produced net revenues of $3.5
Initiated for Director of Alumni and Parent Relations
A national search will be initiated this spring for a full-time
Director of Alumni and Parents Relations of Bethany College,
according to Dr. Scott D. Miller, President of the College.
"Involving our alumni and parents in the life of this
College is critical to our good future," Dr. Miller said.
"We want an individual with energy, enthusiasm and a
belief in this College to lead this important program."
The Director will be a member of the Institutional Advancement
Team, headed by Vice President Sven de Jong.
The position will be advertised soon. A copy of the position
announcement and additional details will be linked in the
coming weeks to Old Main Journal.
Offense Erupts in 99-88 Victory
Junior Susannah Cartland (Harvard,
Ill.) scored a season-high 20 points to lead five players
in double figures, as the Bethany College women’s basketball
team raced to a 23-point second half lead and held off a late
challenge from Saint Vincent (Pa.) College to record a 99-88
Vincent Slips Past Bison 76-72
Despite 24 points from senior guard
Brody Jackson (Akron, Ohio/Manchester), the Bethany College
men’s basketball team (6-7) was unable to hold off Saint
Vincent (Pa.) College (9-3), who rallied for a 76-72 victory
at Hummel Field House Wednesday night.
Mitchell Chosen as PAC SAAC Scholar-Athlete of the Month
Bethany College women’s
basketball player Lisa Mitchell (Burgettstown, Pa./Avella)
has been selected as the Presidents’ Athletic Conference
(PAC) Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Female Scholar-Athlete
of the Month for December, 2007.
Please visit Bethany
Athletics for the most up-to-date scores and game information.