Bethany Students Attend Fall Convocation Seminar on “Career Pathways”
Bethany students acquired invaluable insight on career pathways and leadership during a panel presentation, offered as part of the College's 2011 Fall Convocation activities. Following the September 8 Opening Ceremony, speakers representing diverse backgrounds teamed up to offer their insights.
Bethany Football Games Versus King's Postponed
Due to flooding and a mandatory evacuation in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, where King’s College is located, Saturday’s football game between Bethany College and King’s has been postponed.
First Year Seminar Visits WTRF
Professor of Communications Patrick Sutherland recently led students in his First Year Seminar, My News.com: News Literacy, on a visit to WTRF-TV in Wheeling, W.Va. At least four of Bethany’s communications alumni are working at WTRF in areas such as news, sales, webcasting and weather.
9/11 Survivor Addresses Bethany Community
New York City Fire Department Deputy Chief Jay Jonas, spoke to students, faculty, staff and members of the Bethany community on September 8 in the Renner Art Gallery. Jonas, one of only 20 people still inside the Twin Towers who survived when they collapsed on September 11, 2001, spoke about his experiences and encouraged those in the audience to "never forget."
Jonas, then the Captain of Ladder Co. 6, was one of the first responding units to the World Trade Center that day. He and his unit were completing a rescue inside the north tower when it fell.
Bethany Presents ‘The New Atheism’ with Alexander Campbell
In celebration of his 223rd birthday, on September 12 in the Academic Parlor of Old Main Alexander Campbell will present a discourse on "The New Atheism." The event will be held at noon. All are invited. Cake and punch will be served. The event is being sponsored by the Office of Church Relations and the Bethany College Chaplain's Office.
The public is also invited to God’s Little Acre (the Campbell Cemetery) at 11 p.m. on the evening of September 12 for further celebration with the spirit of Campbell and ghost stories by Dr. Larry Grimes.
Drive with Pride: Introducing the Bethany College License Plate
Show how green you really are with the new Bethany College license plate.
Available to Bethany College alumni, employees, students, family members and friends, the Bethany plate is a custom-designed, special-issue offering for all Class A motor vehicles currently licensed in West Virginia.
The Bethany College Office of Alumni and Parent Relations is accepting applications NOW for the new plate. We must secure a minimum of 250 applications within the next few months to ensure that the plate is produced.
Don’t delay! Applications are available by calling (304) 829-7299, clicking here or writing:
Office of Alumni and Parent Relations
P.O. Box 389
Bethany, WV 26032
One Class A vehicle currently registered in West Virginia qualifies for one plate at a cost of $70 per plate. If you have more than one vehicle, order as many as you need!
Smith ’02 Named Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Keystone
Keystone College has announced that Bethany graduate Nevada Smith ’02 will serve as the institution’s new head men's basketball coach. Smith previously served as an assistant coach at Ithaca College, as a head coach at Canton, and as an assistant at St. Lawrence University and Allegheny College.
Bethany Accepting Reservations for Homecoming Tailgate Tent Space
The Office of Alumni & Parent Relations is now accepting reservations for tailgate tent space to be utilized during the Homecoming football game on Saturday, October 8. The cost for a 10 x 10 area is $20. Due to limited space each group will be restricted to one tent only. For more information or to make a reservation, please email email@example.com .
Bethany Announces Homecoming 2011
We hope you can join us for Homecoming 2011 slated for Oct. 7-8. Click here to see a full schedule of events.