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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 »

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Spring Instrumental Concerts This Week

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MISHAWAKA—On Thursday, April 11, the Wind Ensemble and Jazz Ensemble presented their spring performance. Both ensembles were under the direction of Wade Armentrout, and the Wind Ensemble was also led by student conductors Alaina Williams and Jason Poff. The pe... More »

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Campus Safety Update 2019.5

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MISHAWAKA—This past week has had its fill of on campus emergencies. There were two reports of fire alarms, one in the Dining Commons and the other in Founder’s Village Brenneman Hall. Another report of vandalism took place in Oakwood’s parking lot. A medical i... More »

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Succulents for a Buddy

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MISHAWAKA—Finals week is quickly approaching and so are all of the final stressors of the year. The recently formed Green Club has found a quirky way to both raise funds and raise spirits—succulents. From April 1 to Earth Day on April 22, the Green Club will b... More »

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Deeper Life Conference Recap

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MISHAWAKA—This past week was the Deeper Life Conference at Bethel College. This year Bethel hosted Johnathan Miller, oftentimes referred to as YPJ. The Deeper Life Conference lasted Monday through Wednesday with extra chapel times offered on Monday evening and... More »

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Bethel Rugby Begins 7s Season

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MISHAWAKA—The past two weekends have been packed full of rugby for our Bethel team. On the weekend of March 23 our men’s rugby team played in an exhibition 7’s tournament at Stinson Field at Notre Dame. Some of the other teams that were included in the competi... More »

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Campus Safety Update: 2019.4

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MISHAWAKA—This past week there was a report of stolen property from Sufficient Grounds coffee shop. A student left a personal item unattended and the item was taken. There were also reports of property damage in Oakwood, but the claim was later updated as a re... More »

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Renowned Businessman Visits Bethel

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MISHAWAKA—On Tuesday, Mar. 26, Dr. James Otteson visited Bethel to give a lecture titled “Honorable Business: A Framework for Business in a Just and Humane Society.” Otteson published a book earlier this year under the same name.  This is not Otteson’s first t... More »

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Auditions for Summer Theatre Production Approaching

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MISHAWAKA—This year, the theatre department’s summer show will be “Church Basement Ladies,” by Jim Stowell and Jessica Zuehlke. Performances will take place from May 30 to June 2.   Auditions for the play will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. on Monday, April 8, i... More »

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Retirement of Dr. Dennis Engbrecht

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MISHAWAKA–Dr. Dennis Engbrecht, former Vice President of Students and current History Professor, will be retiring after this semester. The 70-year-old has served the college for nearly 33 years and feels that “it’s time.” Dr. Engbrecht first came to Bethel in ... More »

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Bethel Basketball Turns Out Post-Season NCCAA Awards

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MISHAWAKA—Recently, both the men’s and women’s basketball seasons have ended, but the recognition has not stopped. In the post season, both teams have achieved National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) recognition for their hard work. Sophomore, ... More »