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Brianna Densmore

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Bethel Adapts and Expands Traditions

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MISHAWAKA—Every year during the days leading up to finals week, the Bethel community enjoys a number of traditions to help them destress and unwind. This year, most of those traditions have continued, though COVID-19 has given them a new look.  Student Engagem... More »

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Campus Safety Update

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MISHAWAKA–The past few weeks have been relatively quiet for Campus Security, with only a handful of incidences being reported since Oct. 18. Reports included an animal complaint, a suspicious activity/person incident, a property damage complaint, a report of m... More »

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Theatre Industry Unifies Despite COVID-19

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MISHAWAKA–One of the industries most impacted by the pandemic has been the theatre industry. In a world where revenue is dependent upon drawing sizeable crowds, adapting to a socially distanced society has proven difficult. But here at Bethel, the show must go... More »

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Amy Coney Barrett Nominated by Trump for Supreme Court

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MISHAWAKA– As Trump attempts to push his nomination of Amy Coney Barrett through the Senate as quickly as possible to secure her confirmation, many Democrats are fighting this move and calling its constitutionality into question by referring to the events of 2... More »

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Bethel Refining Quarantine Process, Experience

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MISHAWAKA—Several students on Bethel University’s campus have already been through the quarantine process at least once, some for only a couple of days and some for the full two weeks. Experiencing minimal human contact for any prolonged length of time is diff... More »

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Bethical News Taken Over by New Hosts

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MISHAWAKA—Sidney Sprunger and Justin Rasmussen brought the news and the funnies to Friday chapel audiences during their time as the Bethical News hosts, but this school year a new duo is taking over.  Seniors Gabrylle Perkins and Luke Hillegonds are both excit... More »

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Bethel Food Services Adapt to Keep Students Safe

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MISHAWAKA—As Bethel prepared to bring students back to campus, one of the areas to receive the highest scrutiny was creating a safe environment for eating. The Dining Commons underwent a series of changes, including added food guards, reduced seating to allow ... More »