Bethel starts school year with food packaging service project

Barbara Thiesen, right, co-director of libraries and an instructor of First Year Seminar, and Jackie Moore, second from right, literary studies instructor and another instructor of First Year Seminar, along with student Austin Regier of Newton, second from left, and Gabriel Fonseca, left, coordinator for student activities and engagement, enjoy packaging food Tuesday morning in Bethel College's Memorial Hall. Students, faculty and staff were on hand to package food that will go to Harvey and Sedgwick County food pantries. Wendy Nugent / Newton Now

As Bethel College kicks off a new school year, first-time freshmen and new transfer students had several bonding opportunities, including over a group service...

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