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Brianna Densmore

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Nutshell: What is your favorite fall tradition?

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MISHAWAKA—Welcome back to the Nutshell! This is where the Beacon staff poses a question to you, the student body, and publishes your answers.  This week we asked you: What is your favorite fall tradition?  Victor Mejia-Ochoa, freshman criminal justice major, “... More »

Hong Kong’s Freedom Crumbling

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HONG KONG—For the past several months, Hong Kong has been seized by violent protests, and the unrest shows no sign of ending. On Friday, China invoked what is known as the emergency law for the first time in more than 50 years; this allowed them to introduce a... More »

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Bethel Alumni Receive Awards

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MISHAWAKA–At Bethel, great minds are cultivated and brilliant young leaders learn to step forth from the shadows. While every Bethel graduate is unique and brilliant in their own way, every year Bethel chooses a select few to recognize as being clear demonstra... More »

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Nutshell: What Is Your Opinion on Climate Change?

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MISHAWAKA—Wel­come back to the Nut­shell! This is where the Bea­con staff poses a ques­tion to you, the stu­dent body, and pub­lishes your an­swers.    This week we asked you: What is your opin­ion on climate change?  Sheri Campeau, Assistant Professor of Engi... More »

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A Look at Bethel’s Tech Teams

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MISHAWAKA– Every production on Bethel’s stages involves a plethora of people working hard behind the scenes to make sure everything runs smoothly. For chapel and theatre, a portion of those people comprise the tech teams.  Bryan Jackson, a junior double majori... More »

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Dr. Haas Delivers Second Amendment Lecture

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MISHAWAKA– Tuesday, Sept. 17, marked the 232nd birthday of the Constitution of the United States. To celebrate the event,  Dr. John Haas, Associate Professor of History, delivered a presentation concerning the history and controversy surrounding the Second Ame... More »

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Student Media Center renovated during summer

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MISHAWAKA—Over the summer, the Student Media Center, located behind the Sufficient Grounds, underwent some renovations. In addition to a classroom, kitchen, podcast studio, film studio, and meeting rooms, the building is also home to the offices of Dr. Theo Wi... More »

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Campus Clubs Available to Students

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MISHAWAKA—On a campus dominated by sports, sometimes it can be difficult to find other ways to get involved. Thankfully, there are many other opportunities to be part of the Bethel community, not the least of which is by joining a club.   For a club to be reco... More »

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Psychology Club Clothing Drive Flourishing

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MISHAWAKA—Every spring, the Bethel Psychology Club organizes a clothing drive on campus to give back to our community. The clothing drive is open for the entire month of April; clothes, backpacks, school supplies and unopened hygiene products are all accepted.... More »

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Clarence Gilyard Directing Fall Play

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MISHAWAKA—This fall, Clarence Gilyard, an accomplished actor and an associate professor of film at the University of Las Vegas, will be coming to Bethel to guest direct the play “Three Sisters,” by Anton Chekhov.  Gilyard is no stranger to the Bethel Theatre D... More »

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MISHAWAKA— On May 6, Bethel College will officially become Bethel University, and Terry Linhart, Ph.D., dean of adult and graduate studies and professor of Christian ministries, will launch a new podcast.   “It coincides with the launch of Bethel University,” ... More »

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Annual Spring Luau Bigger Than Ever

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MISHAWAKA—On April 10, Bethel’s annual Spring Luau took place from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. in Sufficient Grounds Café. There were games, refreshments, a raffle and the traditional, non-alcoholic piña colada. Lacey Barkdull, a freshman graphic design major and the un... More »