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  • Mann, Rimann honored as top student athletes - Hesston College
    steals in Hesston College history To add to all of the team s success in 2014 15 Mann received an honorable mention all region award At Hesston I learned the importance of solid relationships within the team and how that can translate to success on the court said Mann Being named Athlete of the Year shows that who I m striving to be is worth it Mann was also involved in various ways on campus including First year Experience Scholar Campus Worship team and the Hesston College Gospel Choir I believe that Malcolm is a model recipient for the Athlete of the Year honor said men s basketball coach Dustin Galyon 04 He is an incredible athlete and leader His athletic accomplishments are historic but small in measure to his impact and involvement on our campus and student body Rimann Liberty Hill Texas was a defensive phenomenon for the volleyball team shattering numerous Hesston College records She now sits first in the record book in three record categories for the volleyball team including the single season record for digs 550 single season record for digs per game 5 24 and career record for digs 899 Along with these records Rimann received a spot on the all tournament team at the Vernon Texas Community College tournament in August 2014 This year was all about redemption for our team said Rimann We had a good season with good teammates It was satisfying and refreshing Postseason participation was another highlight to the year It represented a complete turnaround from last season Sam is well deserving of Hesston College female Athlete of the Year said volleyball coach Jessica Cleveland 06 She was a major factor in our success this year We changed our defense to give her more area of the court defensively and

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  • Athletics news updates - Hesston College
    Academic Achievement with a GPA of 3 8 to 3 99 were Eric Cender Valparaiso Ind men s tennis Laken Richer New Paris Ind women s basketball Bethany Snow Park City Kan women s basketball Elisabeth Wilder Hesston Kan women s soccer and Nicholas Yoder Wellman Iowa men s soccer Earning the Award for Exemplary Academic Achievement with a GPA of 3 6 to 3 79 were Mary Bender Harrisonburg Va women s cross country and Karli Mast Hubbard Ore women s tennis Men s Tennis team makes first trip to nationals With a third place finish at the Region VI Tournament the Men s Tennis team under the leadership of coach Myron Diener 78 qualified for the NJCAA Division I National Tournament May 11 to 15 in Plano Texas The National Tournament berth was a first in the history of Hesston College Tennis The Larks finished 24th among 27 teams at nationals Members of the men s team were Lucas Caywood 16 Hutchinson Kan Eric Cender 15 Valparaiso Ind Keegan LeFevre 16 Hesston Yuu Sakaguchi 15 Kanagawa ken Japan Caleb Schrock Hurst 16 Harrisonburg Va Andry Stutzman 16 Harrisonburg Va and Yuki Torii 16 Nishio shi Japan Howell named head baseball coach Kyle Howell has been named head baseball coach succeeding Rob Ramseyer who transitioned to the vice president of Student Development role Howell was associate head baseball coach for the Larks in 2014 15 serving primarily as pitching coach and recruiting coordinator Prior to arriving at Hesston s program Howell was on the coaching staff at College of the Ozarks Point Lookout Mo El Paso Texas Community College and Southwest Baptist University Bolivar Mo He has also coached in the Washington Nationals Major League Baseball organization and currently serves as an associate scout for the Boston Red Sox

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  • Hesston College Commencement: Congratulations to the class of 2015 - Hesston College
    diploma President Howard Keim conferred 148 degrees for the class of 2015 Student speaker Malcolm Mann 15 Plano Texas reflects on his two years at Hesston College Mann and Jordan Waidelich 15 Stryker Ohio were nominated by faculty and staff and chosen by their classmates as student speakers during Commencment exercises Kevin King Lititz Pa executive director of Mennonite Disaster Service delivers the Commencement address Abide In Me based on the 2014 15 theme verse from John 15 4 5 encouraging students to to look past society s messages of materialism and self worth and into deeper connection with Christ self and others Aviation and Air Traffic Control students are recognized during a May 9 celebration for eight professional pilot graduates and one air traffic control graduate Pictured are Cody Miller 15 Wellman Iowa Jacob Leichty 15 Auburn Ind Connor Rockelman 15 York Pa Jeshurun Shuman 15 Middletown Pa Trevor Natalini 15 Oronogo Mo and Kendal Slabach Brubaker 15 Harrisonburg Va Pastoral Ministries graduate Tom Wedel 15 Hesston Kan is commissioned for service to the church by Marion Bontrager 57 Michele Hershberger and Ron Moyo 12 a Pastoral Ministries graduate and Saturday night worship pastor at Whitestone Mennonite Church Hesston Moyo presented the message What the Lord requires of Tom at the May 9 ceremony Lea Ulrich 15 Hesston Kan recieves her nursing pin from faculty member Gregg Schroeder 86 The class of 2015 included 50 nursing graduates Speakers at the May 9 Nursing Pinning ceremony were faculty member Joyce Huber and Makayla Ladwig 15 Wichita Kan with the message My Greatest Hope for the Nursing Class of 2015 Paul Unruh Ac58 60 Hesston Kan presents the message Fear and Anxiety Friend or Foe at a recognition ceremony for 10 students completing the Disaster Management Program Front row from left

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  • Welcome to the Alumni Association Class of 2015 - Hesston College
    Hannah Fenton Hesston Kan Kansas State University Manhattan Grant Flaming Hillsboro Kan Goshen College Brianna Flowers Pinto Md work Corey Fowler Boone Iowa Grand View University Des Moines Iowa Lucas Garces Soliman Santo Domingo Dominican Republic still deciding Nathaniel Gingerich Goshen Ind still deciding Makenna Grow Logan Utah missions work with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Awah Hammad Khartoum Sudan still deciding Philip Hammons Independence Mo Texas A M Texarkana Civia Hernandez Alamo Texas University of Texas Pan American Edinburg Austin Herold Andover Kan The University of Kansas Lawrence Christina Hershey Mechanicsburg Pa EMU Josh Hibbard Munford Tenn still deciding Alex Hiebert Buhler Kan Kansas State University Misaki Hirayama Chiba Japan University of Hawaii at Hilo Phillip Horning Ephrata Pa Pennsylvania State University State College Sarah Hostetler Pleasant Dale Neb University of Nebraska Lincoln Luk Luk Jannah Malang Indonesia Florida International University Miami Rachel Jantzi Hendersonville N C work Deborah Kankolongo Tshidimu Kinshasa Democratic Republic of Congo EMU Quinn Kathrineberg Salina Kan EMU Caroline Kauffman Sarasota Fla Goshen College Kaylah Kauffman Hutchinson Kan James Madison University Harrisonburg Va Loren Kientz Halstead Kan RN at Good Shepherd Hospice Newton Kan Moto Kobayashi Tokyo Japan still deciding Galed Krisjayanta Surakarta Indonesia Goshen College Victoria Kropf Monroe Ore RN job Makayla Ladwig Wichita Kan ER nurse at Wesley Medical Center Brianna Lamb Hesston Kan RN at Schowalter Villa and pursue B S N at Wichita Kan State University Havela Lehman Keizer Ore work Jacob Leichty Auburn Ind work as a flight instructor Matthew Lind Harrisonburg Va Bethel College Kansas Alyssa Lollar South Hutchinson Kan RN job Cynnandra Luttrell Tiskilwa Ill voluntary service Malcolm Mann Plano Texas still deciding Jay Marston Murphysboro Ill Oregon State University Corvallis Karli Mast Hubbard Ore YWAM in New Zealand Alpha Mavungu Kivuvu Kinshasa Democratic Republic of Congo Kansas State University Reagan McClellan Allen Kan still deciding Bersabeh Miliard Ethiopia still deciding Cody Miller Wellman Iowa Flight instructor at Goshen Ind Municipal Airport Spencer Miller Milford Neb University of Nebraska Lincoln Austin Mitchell Plano Texas Bethel College North Newton Nick Mitchell Wichita Kan still deciding Robin Morris Hutchinson Kan RN job Lincoln Moyo North Newton Kan still deciding Toru Nakagawa Saitama ken Japan still deciding Zile Ncube Bulawayo Zimbabwe still deciding Kymee Noll Nortonville Kan still deciding Sonia Nzuzi Nsona Kinshasa Democratic Republic of Congo EMU Amanda Parker Uniontown Ohio Malone University Canton Ohio Zachary Pearson Bronson Texas still deciding Holly Peters Hesston Kan Bethel College Kansas Megan Redd Castle Rock Colo Fort Lewis College Durango Colo Timothy Regier Fairview Okla Tabor College Hillsboro Kan Laken Richer New Paris Ind EMU Samantha Rimann Liberty Hill Texas still deciding René Rivera McGergor Texas still deciding Connor Rockelman York Pa Flight instructor at Hesston College Rhonda Rogers Hillsboro Kan Kansas State University Benjamin Rush Quakertown Pa Service with Eastern Mennonite Missions YES program Yuu Sakaguchi Kanagawa Japan Doane College Crete Neb Shiori Sano Tokyo Japan State University of New York at Plattsburgh Miho Shinyama Nara ken Japan

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  • Campus news - Hesston College
    the culture history and philosophy of careers Students will also have opportunities to observe and have hands on experiences with professionals working in their areas of interest Students chosen as Larks of the Year Makayla Ladwig 15 Wichita Kan and Elisabeth Wilder 15 Hesston received the Lark of the Year Award for demonstrating excellence in academics leadership and service at the Larkfest Awards ceremony April 16 Award nominees were chosen based on involvement in leadership and service opportunities on campus and grade point average Ladwig a third year nursing student started work as an emergency room nurse at Wesley Medical Center Wichita following graduation While at Hesston she was a resident assistant and member of the women s basketball team Inclusion and Diversity Council and Gospel Choir Wilder was a resident assistant and member of the women s soccer team Bills and Normas Chorale and Campus Stewardship Council She completed the Disaster Management Program and will attend Eastern Mennonite University Harrisonburg Va in the fall Community read to focus on hope and change despite pain Etched in Sand by Regina Calcaterra has been chosen as the fall 2015 community read as part of the First year Experience program The theme will be Be the Change Caring that Matters The New York Times bestseller is the author s memoir tracing her and her four siblings childhood experiences with abandonment physical abuse and fear of the foster system that was put in place to protect them The book s theme and content will be the focal point of discussions presentations service opportunities chapels and forums throughout the year Individuals and groups are invited to participate in all activities and presentations or read the book along with the Hesston College community Calcaterra will speak on campus Oct 5 Hesston College Today Articles in

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  • Mentoring relationship creates music with a message of peace and hope - Hesston College
    my singing Seven years later Krisjayanta arrived at Hesston College where he met Tony Brown 69 who also uses music as a catalyst to spread messages of peace and social justice across the world through his organization Peacing It Together Foundation The two men developed a close bond and in May they traveled together to Indonesia along with accompanist Ken Rodgers 85 for a two week Interfaith Concert Tour Also joining the performers were Dallas Stutzman 76 director of Alumni and Church Relations Dave Osborne Ac64 66 international Admissions recruiter Sena Miller 68 Osborne former staff and Virgo Handojo Pasadena Calif Hesston College Board of Directors member Krisjayanta recalls the idea for collaboration with Brown in Indonesia starting as early as his first year at Hesston Following a Social Welfare class session Brown engaged Krisjayanta in his goals for vocal performance and proposed the idea of working together I told Tony about my passion for singing and helping people and he said Then we are on the same page Galed Krisjayanta recalled Tony started as just my teacher and now he is my singing partner and brother With the help of Krisjayanta s father Sigit Wijayanto a humanitarian social worker who works in the public health social work and disaster management arenas the tour plans were set into motion The trio shared their program with various faith congregations choirs and others in five Indonesian cities as well as connecting with many Hesston College alumni The tour gave us the opportunity to introduce audiences to classical and African American music that is not as familiar to them as well as deliver words of peace and humanity to the people of Indonesia said Krisjayanta Krisjayanta center was well known for his outstanding vocal talent at Hesston Along with being a member of

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  • New faculty and staff appointments - Hesston College
    Calif School of Theology Rachel Jantzi will serve as theatre faculty She holds a bachelor s of fine arts in dramatic arts from Emporia Kan State University and a master s degree in theatre from Oklahoma State University Stillwater Jantzi has taught communications course at Hesston College since 2010 and has also been involved in college theatre productions as an actor choreographer sound and costume designer and director of the fall 2014 production of Amahl and the Night Visitors Cleo Koop will join the faculty as Disaster Management Program director He has a bachelor s degree in Bible and religion from Bethel College North Newton and a master of divinity degree from Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary Elkhart Ind Koop has extensive experience as a Mennonite Disaster Service volunteer and project director Meg Leatherman 11 will start as Admissions visit coordinator in August She earned a bachelor s degree from Bluffton Ohio University Peter Lehman has been hired as a full time visiting English faculty member to step in for Dr Karen Sheriff LeVan during her sabbatical Lehman earned a bachelor s degree from Eastern Mennonite University Harrisonburg Va and a master s degree from Pennsylvania State University State College He is a Ph D candidate in American studies at Penn State Kyle Miller Hesed will serve as biology faculty He has a bachelor s degree from the University of Kansas Lawrence and completed his Ph D in biology at the University of Maryland College Park in May Saralyn Murray will serve as American Sign Language interpreter She earned a bachelor s degree in ASL from Goshen College Courtney Nethercot started as bookstore manager in January She has a bachelor s degree in graphic design with minors in business and leadership studies from Kansas State University Manhattan Rob Ramseyer was named vice president of Student Development He served as interim Dean of Students during the 2014 15 year Ramseyer s appointment will include managing the areas of Athletics and Student Development and is part of a more general alignment that will help integrate the internal programs of the college and serve students more effectively Ramseyer is completing an Ed D in interdisciplinary leadership from Creighton University Omaha Neb He served as head baseball coach from 2011 to 2015 Michael Smalley 07 started as an admissions counselor in May He previously served as a resident director from 2011 to 2014 Smalley is a graduate of Wichita Kan State University Dr Brent Yoder 98 was named vice president of Academics in December 2014 after a six month interim role Yoder earned his Ph D from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Virginia Tech Blacksburg and has teaching experience at Virginia Tech Greenville Ill College and Illinois College Jacksonville He served a registrar at Hesston from 2011 to 2014 Here s to you Two valuable members of the Hesston College community retired following the 2014 15 year Maria Day served at Hesston College as a Spanish instructor since 1996 She played key roles in

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  • Make your contribution to the archives - Hesston College
    such as the token picture of Christ praying that hung in the chapel for many years has not been located The Bill gas station shirts that launched the standing tradition of the The Bills in the 1980 s are also missing in action Someone in the college s wide constituency knows what happened to these and other significant items We would be excited to include them as part of the college s history and give them a home in the archives By collecting archive material the college hopes to promote awareness and study of Hesston College s history In addition to remembering history the archives help organize the college s historical paper and electronic records provide research assistance to students alumni and the community and administer a records retention schedule for academic departments and administrative offices Jim Mininger Ac61 former Academic Dean and history professor began the process of collecting and organizing the archives in the 1970 s Hesston s archive material was arranged in 23 subject areas including administrative legal and faculty sections When Mary Miller Library was renovated in 2003 the archives were moved from the Alliman Administration Center to the library basement in Smith Center In preparation for the college s centennial celebration in 2009 Sandi Richards then the college s archivist organized and catalogued the new additions to the archives John Sharp 73 history and Bible and ministry faculty member wrote the book A School on the Prairie A Centenial History of Hesston College 1909 2009 to commemorate the college s history If you have pieces of Hesston College memorabilia or historical artifacts that you would like to donate to the archives please contact Gary Oyer at garyo hesston edu or 620 327 8243 Likewise the archives are available for viewing anytime you are on campus

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