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Campus Goes to the Dogs – for Stress Relief


MISHAWAKA- This semester, Bethel is trying a new way of helping students relieve stress. Some professors were asked to bring their dogs to campus on Thursdays from 3:30- 4:30 p.m. so that students can pet and interact with the dogs.  This is not the first time... More »

Beauty and the Beast Auditions Kick off This Week


MISHAWAKA–The theatre department will be putting on Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” this spring, directed by Don Hunter, assistant professor of theatre and chair of the department.  “With a large production there are countless hours of preparation,” said Grace... More »

‘Mine Eyes’- Easter reflections


[The following is a column in the “Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory” series by Daniel Jones] It can be easy to lose sight of the meaning of Easter. If the Christian tradition behind Christmas is eclipsed by Santa, reindeer and a general onslaught of materialism, ... More »

Mine Eyes: Spiritual growing pains


(“Mine Eyes” is an ongoing blog-post column regarding how we as Christians relate to God.) As a kid, did your parents tell you to stand next to a doorpost each year so they could mark your height with a pen? Very few things are more exciting to children. It’s ... More »

Dishonored: A video game review by Andrew C. Cary


Dishonored Release Date: Oct. 9, 2012 Consoles: Playstation 3, Xbox 360, PC Review by Andrew C. Cary   I missed so much in my first playthrough of Dishonored. Created by Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda Studios, Dishonored is a first-person action-stea... More »

Mine eyes- Dead electricians: a blog by Daniel Jones


“I know that my Redeemer lives, and that in the end he will stand upon the earth. And after my skin has been destroyed, yet in my flesh I will see God, I myself will see him with my own eyes—I, and not another. How my heart yearns within me!” –Job 19: 25-27 Wh... More »

Capture the flag 2.0: A blog by Kelsey Bucknam


With two iphones and four girls crammed in a Pontiac Grand Prix, my roommates and I cavorted through the paved areas of Bethel, shouting at our driver to “Take a left!” or “Slow down!” What had started as an innocent trip to Sufficient Grounds had turned into ... More »