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Bethel’s 24-Hour Theater Event

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MISHAWAKA- Bethel’s theater department is having its 24-hour theater event again this fall. During this event, students have only 24 hours to write, direct and perform 10-minute plays. Bethel has done this event multiple times in the past several years.  “The ... More »

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Bethel University Plays Happening Soon

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Note: This article originally appeared in the March 24 print edition of the Bethel Beacon. MISHAWAKA—“Flux” and “The Obelisk” are two one-act plays written by a student playwright named Autumn Owens. While plays written by students have been performed in event... More »

Poetry: Variations on Night

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One   By Autumn Owens  i am the clock turning midnight  a quiet recognition of an unspectacular event,  a regularity, a commonality,  a formal nod to the nighttime of a new day  i am the girl in her bed  with her eyes on the ceiling,  and her heart in the star... More »

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Students Host First 12-Hour Music Competition

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MISHAWAKA—A musical event was held this year that is slated to become an annual tradition. On Saturday, Feb. 13, nine students participated in 12 hours of practicing and composing music. These students, separated into three groups, created, practiced and perfo... More »

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Poetry: “Hibernation”

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When snow and ice hit your window  and you’re wrapped in a nest of blankets,  All you can do is sleep.  The outside air, it hurts your body,  your lungs refuse it.  You long for nature.  Wondering how little birds don’t fly south sooner.   Even with the dawn, ... More »

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McKenna Liebenow Performs Senior Recital

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MISHAWAKA–McKenna Liebenow, graduating senior, performed her senior recital Saturday, Feb. 20. As a percussionist, she used a range of instruments, from a marimba to a floor tom, and she played a range of pieces written from 1965 to 2000 by a diverse group of ... More »

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Bethel Performers Prepare for Recital Season

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MISHAWAKA–Recital season is something most performers look forward to. It will be stressful, and it causes anxiety, but it sums many experiences for seniors as they look toward their future careers, whether they be performance or education.   Megan MeGehee, a ... More »

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The Art Department Moves Underground

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MISHAWAKA–When the fall semester ended, the Fine Arts Department began their relocation into the basement of Everest-Rhorer. This was a significant move that required collaboration with the music and theatre departments.   The large art room is now located in ... More »

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Big Changes Ahead for Art Department

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MISHAWAKA- Students wishing to take ceramics in the fall 2020 semester were informed the class was would not be offered due to the Ceramics Lab’s indconduciveness to social distancing. Chad Jay, assistant professor of art, said not only was the building too sm... More »