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Brianna Densmore

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Operatic Irregulars on Stage for Two Nights

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Mishawaka, Ind. — On Sept. 7 and 8, the Operatic Irregulars will be performing in the Everest-Rohrer Chapel; both nights will consist of two short, comedic operas: “A Game of Chance,” by Seymour Barab and “Gallantry,” by Douglas Moore. The performances will be... More »

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Bethel student takes the stage as chapel speaker

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On Friday, April 13, senior Trisha Cousino, an intercultural studies and communication major, led chapel as this year’s ministry student speaker. “When the student ministry speaker got up my freshman year, I was like ‘I’m going to do that,’ ” said Cousino. “Go... More »

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Theatre seniors reflect on their final performance

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On Saturday, March 24, the theatre department presented its final performance of “Fiddler on the Roof.” As the conclusion of the 2017-2018 theatre season, it was an emotional night for many of the performers, but especially for the seniors. “Now that I’m a sen... More »

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March Madness upset busts Bethel community brackets

 - Brianna Densmore and Clayton Sidenbender

For anyone even slightly familiar with college basketball, March is synonymous with one thing: March Madness. Every year, millions of Americans fill out brackets predicting who they think will win it all in the NCAA tournament, including many here at Bethel. “... More »

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Bethel hosts eating disorder prevention workshop

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On Friday, March 16, the Bethel College Counseling Service hosted a workshop for mental health professionals entitled “Understanding Eating Disorders: Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment.” It was held from 8-10 a.m. in the President’s Dining Room in the Dining... More »

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Bethel women come together for B.A.B.E. Week

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Last week the Bethel guys celebrated Dude Week; this week was the girls’ turn. Many students gave up social media, others gave up TV or Netflix and some even gave up makeup to challenge themselves to be authentic with others. “It was… probably my favorite week... More »