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Ambush may end differently than planned


Though many players have great stories and memories to share about this year’s version of Ambush, the game may end differently than originally planned. The 15 remaining players are not only looking for a quiet place to study or a simple way to de-stress with f... More »

Gay rights group visits Bethel


A group that claims it’s committed to the nonviolent defense of sexual and gender minorities visited Bethel on April 16. Soulforce believes religion is the main reason for misinformation about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning people. ... More »

Seniors take the road less traveled


We all have this plan. We go to college, work for four years; taking tests and writing papers, and when we finally receive a degree, we go out into the “real world.” Some head right for the regular nine to five job, and others decide to do something different.... More »

Students are up for the ‘Task’


Most students will participate in the typical summer activities: getting jobs, tanning, sleeping in, and catching up with friends. But a group of 18 students won’t be doing that (at least for a little while) this summer. This group, led by Josh Hartsell, assis... More »

Living out the ‘Best Semester’ of their lives


By Melisa Peebles Oxford, England, a city known for averaging 172 days of rain each year, is the temporary home of two Bethel students this spring semester. Through an exchange program called Best Semester, Bethel sends students to Oxford to participate in the... More »

Reform concerns faculty and students


On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law. This act, together with the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, constitute the health care reform that has been dubbed “Obamacare.” Some Americ... More »

Students believe in message of holiness


Sergio Scataglini of Scataglini Ministries travels the globe proclaiming his message of holiness. “The ministry began with a Holy Spirit sanctification experience,” said Scataglini. “I had a very powerful encounter with the Lord that changed my life and minist... More »

Group sacrifices their time for those in need


Twenty-one students from Bethel traveled to Atlanta, GA. over Spring Break. The group worked with the Salvation Army and participated in a variety of outreach opportunities. The group helped lead children’s Bible studies, handed-out food to the homeless and pa... More »

Assault takes place over break


  On Friday, March 5 a commuter student claimed he was leaving the Goodman Gym and was jumped by two males in the North parking lot. The student said there was a scuffle but there was no attempt to steal anything from him or break into his vehicle. He said the... More »