Stultz ceramics featured at Bethel show
Ceramics by Grady Stultz, Bethel College senior from Goessel, were on display May 3-19 in the Fine Arts Center Gallery on the Bethel College campus in North Newton. He was one of five students whose work was featured at the annual Bethel College Senior Art Exhibit. Stultz, son of Harold and Jennifer Stultz, graduated May 19 with a degree in art.
• Danielle Hagen will be graduating from Wichita State University with a master’s degree in social work. Her undergraduate studies were at the University of Kansas with a major in psychology and a minor in anthropology. She is the daughter of Terry and Cheryl Hagen, Hillsboro.
• Justin King, Hillsboro, received an associate of arts degree from Hesston College May 5. He is the son of Nick and Ronda King.
• Neal Brubaker received an associate of arts degree from Hesston College May 5 and was named to the Dean’s List. He also was one of three recipients of the Hesston College Business Department Award during the end of the year Larkfest awards ceremony. Brubaker is the son of Karl and Marcia Brubaker, Goessel.
• Jessica Wagel, a Hillsboro High School alum, participated in the 115th commencement exercises May 18 at Huntington (Ind.) University. She earned a bachelor of arts in theater performance. She is the daughter of Jim and Karen Elliott, formerly of Hillsboro.
• Hannah Anderson, Peabody, has been named a summer intern for K-State Research and Extension. Anderson, who is a junior majoring in agricultural education at K-State, will work in the Reno County Extension office in South Hutchinson.
• Two students from Hillsboro graduated May 17 from Cloud County Community College. Emett Blecha earned an associate of arts degree, and Taylor Nikkel earned an associate of science degree.
• Travis Riesen graduated April 28 with a bachelor’s degree in biology and secondary education licensure from Eastern Mennonite University, Harrison, Va. He is the son of Arlen and Pam Riesen, Hillsboro.