T.S. Eliot talk sheds new light on poet’s Christianity

By Kaci Schneidawind If you think you know everything about T.S. Eliot, the influential 20th century poet, you might be wrong. A talk given by English professor Dr. Robert Hanna on Feb. 26 focused on Eliot’s Christian faith,  an aspect of his life that was shrouded in secrecy. The lecture was a part of Bethany’s … More T.S. Eliot talk sheds new light on poet’s Christianity

Building Bethany: a brief history of the campus’ buildings

By Amber Murry Bethany’s campus has come a long way from the days when it consisted of just one building: Old Main. In those days, Bethany was an all-girls school that began with only 44 students. The campus was purchased in 1927 by the Evangelical Lutheran Synod. Since then, numerous buildings have been added to … More Building Bethany: a brief history of the campus’ buildings