Tabor signs Evana partnership

Feb 27, 2017 by

HILLSBORO, Kan. — Tabor College has announced a fraternal relationship with the Evana Network, opening doors for collaboration among the wider Anabaptist community. The Mennonite Brethren college is the...

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Goshen bounces back in a year of lower enrollments

Oct 3, 2016 by and

In a down year for enrollment at many U.S. Mennonite colleges, universities and seminaries, Goshen (Ind.) College’s enrollment is up, returning to levels it last saw in 2013. Overall, two institutions...

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Tabor, Fresno Pacific granted antidiscrimination exemptions

Jan 4, 2016 by and

Both U.S. Mennonite Brethren institutions of higher learning are among about three dozen colleges and universities that have been granted waivers exempting them from some federal antidiscrimination...

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Eyeing the pastorate, gay student leaving Tabor

Nov 9, 2015 by and

HILLSBORO, Kan. — Ryne Preheim wanted to be a Mennonite Brethren pastor. He enrolled at Tabor College in the fall of 2014 to pursue that goal and see if he could reconcile his Christianity with being gay. A...

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MB baseball teams reach World Series

Jun 8, 2015 by

Both U.S. Mennonite Breth­ren colleges’ baseball teams reached their respective World Series this season. Fresno (Calif.) Pacific University won its second consecutive National Christian College Association...

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Family a campus presence through generations

Apr 24, 2015 by and

HILLSBORO, Kan. — According to the registrar, Tabor College has graduated 106 students with the last name of Friesen. Of those, 25 come from one family. The patriarch, Jacob Wall Friesen, was born Dec. 14,...

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Music groups take to the road for spring break

Apr 14, 2014 by and

HILLSBORO, Kan. — Tabor College continues to send its students across the U.S. to share music with communities during spring break. The Concert Choir has been performing a spring tour since the 1950s. For...

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