Volume VII, Number VI
|An E-News Service of Bethany College||
September 20, 2013
Alpha Xi, Beta Raise Money, Awareness
“Working with Beta added a new dynamic,” said Sarah Smith, Alpha Xi Delta’s Philanthropy Chair. “These are the type of events that Greeks should be focusing on together and I’m excited for the possibility to work with them again in the future.” The funds will benefit the efforts of Autism Speaks, Alpha Xi Delta’s national philanthropy, and the Agusta Levy Learning Center, the chosen philanthropy for the Psi Chapter of Beta Theta Pi.
Students, Faculty Celebrate Diversity Week
Dr. Miller Hosts SGA and SAC at Christman Manor
Pictured are students Jacob Fischer (SGA President), Hannah McNerney, Princess Serrano, Alex Henry, and Jared Roque.
“The Harbinger” Release
Recognizing Constitution Day
Saint John’s Bible Presentation
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/.
Communications & Media Arts
Sutherland served as co-moderator for a Panel titled “Enhancing Portfolios Through Creative Research Projects: Scholarship of Application Roundtable” as part of the SPIG Preconference Workshop at the AEJMC 2013 Conference in Washington, D.C., on Aug. 7.
Dedicated Alumna Recognized
Alumni Council Welcomes New Members, Newly Elected Officers
Bruce Fahey '77 is now President of the Alumni Council. He was previously Vice President. The new Vice President is Patrick Hosey '80, who was part of Council prior to his election to office. John Blaho, who was President, is now Immediate Past President.
Christine Lemley '93 is new to Council. She is the Associate Director of Gartner, Inc., and lives in Potomac Falls, Va. Julia Diveglia '03 is also a new Council member. She is a school counselor for the South Side Area School District and resides in McDonald, Pa. Kerry McCann '77 of Pittsburgh, Pa., is the final new member. He is an attorney for the Allegheney County Court of Common Pleas.
Also during the meeting, Craig Williams '96 was re-elected as chair of the Advancement Committee and Amy Callahan '95 was elected to serve as chair of the Engagement Committee.
Phi Kappa Tau Plans Reunion Nov. 1-3
Homecoming 2013 Approaching
Bethany Accepting Reservations for Homecoming Tailgate Tent Space
Bethany Celebrating the 13th Annual Allison’s Run
Those who pre-register can also purchase Chinese auction tickets in advance. Prizes last year included donations from the Pittsburgh Penguins, Heinz History Center and Washington Wild Things. Tickets are two for $1.00, 12 for $5.00, and 25 for $10.00. Those who pre-register and purchase Chinese auction tickets in advance will receive two additional tickets for free. The first 75 registrants will be given a complimentary T-shirt. Help us to remember the vibrant life of Jim Allison (’62) while raising money to support the scholarship that bears his name.
Bison Volleyball Sweeps Grove City
Women’s Tennis Falls 8-1 To Franciscan
The Bethany College women’s soccer team scored four unanswered goals as it defeated Pitt-Greensburg in a non-conference match on Tuesday afternoon at Hoag Field for its first win of the season.
Bison Set For Home Opener Vs. Randolph-Macon
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