Volume VII, Number VIII
|An E-News Service of Bethany College||
October 4, 2013
Bethany's Taylor Receives Award at Fall Convocation
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Students Learn About Grad School Opportunities
Buffalo Seminary Events
All events will be held at the Mountainside Conference Center. You can register for any of these workshops, or learn more about the Buffalo Seminary, here: http://www.bethanywv.edu/about-bethany/church-relations/buffalo-seminary/workshops/workshop-registration/.
History and Political Science
Social Work—Service Learning Center
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Longtime Alumni Reunite
John Cunningham, legendary former Bethany soccer coach; Betty Hoag, William’s wife; and President Scott D. Miller after unveiling the plaque dedicated in William Hoag’s honor.
Goin Family Makes Scoreboard Donation
Three Inducted Into Wall of Fame
Don Blachford ’75 is currently is the Executive Vice President, Worldwide Account Director for Publicis, New York, New York. George Manahan ’83 has been working in advertising and public relations for 20 years, and founded The Manahan Group. Jeff Lapin ’75 is a veteran of special-interest consumer and b-to-b media, and is past president of Farm Progress, the nation’s largest agricultural media company. He was this year’s Keresty Lecture speaker.
“The Wall of Fame is a celebration of the success of outstanding alumni who have had a significant impact on their fields and what we—as consumers—read, watch, listen to, think about, and buy,” Dr. Miller said.
Bethany Alum McDowell ’87 Creates Mathematics Song and Video
Phi Kappa Tau Plans Reunion Nov. 1-3
Scholarship Essay Theme Announced at Annual Allison’s Run
The run’s goal is to pay tribute to the vibrant life of former Bethany professor Jim Allison ’62 while raising money to support the scholarship that bears his name. At the run, Alumni Director Ashley Kanotz announced the theme for this year’s scholarship essay, which is “What does Bethany mean to you?” All upperclassmen are eligible to participate in the essay, which must be between 500 and 1,000 words. First place will receive a $1,000 scholarship, while second place will receive $500.
A Chinese auction also raised money for the scholarship, with gifts that included a Steelers Terrible Towel basket, Pirates tickets, Washington Wild Things tickets, Heinz History Center passes, along with gifts donated by Bayer, WesBanco and National Equipment.
James’ Penalty Kick Lifts Men’s Soccer To Victory Over Mt. Aloysius
Bison Set For Battle Under The Lights Vs. W&J
Women's Tennis Falls to Saint Vincent
Women’s Soccer Fall To Mt. Aloysius In Non-Conference Finale
Field Hockey Against Frostburg State Postponed
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