Volume VI, Number XXXII
|An E-News Service of Bethany College||
April 12, 2013
Gamble’s paper, “Where the Circus, and Much More, Once Reigned in the Nation’s Capital,” focused on the historic Uline Arena (at one time renamed the Washington Coliseum) at 3rd and M. Streets, N.E., the site of many events including the first live American concert by The Beatles following their appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show” in 1964.
Gamble is a circus historian registered with the World Circus Federation (Federation Mondiale du Cirque), a global circus organization under the patronage of H.S.H. Princess Stephanie of Monaco.
Bethany Administrators Attend OCICU Annual Meeting
Economics Honor Society Holds Induction
Bethany Theatre Presents "Spring Awakening"
Director Luke Hardt said of the playwright Benjamin Franklin Wedekind that he was “ahead of his time.” Hardt said this is a play that pushed artistic boundaries which soon formalized in the German Expressionist Movement in 1892 when it was first written, and subsequently banned.
President, VPAA attend Higher Learning Commission annual meeting
Dr. Miller attended last Sunday’s “President’s Agenda Day” while Dr. Fields attended four days of meetings for Chief Academic Officers.
“The Harbinger” Release Party to be Held
Watch Championship Golf & Support Bethany Athletics
Bethany was well represented at the meeting of over 3,000 EPA members and associates, providing over one-quarter of the posters and symposia presented by faculty and students representing West Virginia colleges and universities. Those presentations included the symposium, “Teaching of Thanatology: Art and Science,” which was chaired by Schuller and included John and Debra Hull, as well as Schuller, as presenters. Presentations also included the following posters:
A special gala was held on April 6 to conclude the annual spring conference and to celebrate the 50th anniversary of SABEW at the Renaissance Mayflower Hotel and included a fundraiser, dinner, benefit auction, history moments and a guest speaker.
Miller is the last remaining founder of SABEW.
Bethany Mourns Passing of Evelyn (Casey) Steen
Boston Alumni Event
For information on the location and to RSVP, please contact the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations at (304) 829-7299 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Alumni Weekend Schedule Announced
BASA Weekend Schedule Announced
For additional information or to pre-register, contact John Cunningham at 304.639.0648 or email@example.com. Registration can also be mailed to PO Box 206, Bethany, WV 26032.
Save the Date! Bethany Announces Homecoming 2013
Bethany’s Moore Honored by PAC
Weather Halts Bethany-Geneva Softball Doubleheader
Bethany Loses at Pitt-Greensburg in 12-Inning Thriller
Bison Tennis Loses to Penn State-Altoona in Non-Conference Match
Bison Turn in Impressive Performances in Home Invitational
Please visit Bethany Athletics for the most up-to-date scores and game information.
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