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Students to buy nets to help fight malaria


Malaria No More is an organization fighting to halt Malaria’s death toll in Africa. The organization raises funds for malaria-stricken countries to help equip them with some basic tools to combat a very preventable disease. Junior Hannah Miller and senior Dani... More »

Students form new pro-life group


Recently a new student-run club emerged on campus called Students for Life. “We, as a group, are passionate about pro-life because we want to be a voice for the voiceless and the defenseless,” said sophomore and president of the group, Anna Tinklenberg. “We wa... More »

LiNK and Bethel come face-to-face


Members from LiNK headquarters are traveling from Cali to Bethel. On Thursday Oct. 28, LiNK members are sharing a documentary screening on North Korean refugees in China. The film will be showing in AC 342 at 8 p.m. “I’m really excited for the Bethel community... More »

Investigation continues in recent Chapel theft


  Campus Safety and local police are still investigating the recent theft at Bethel. On Monday, Oct. 18, a video camera and lens as well as an electric guitar were taken from the Everest-Rohrer auditorium sometime shortly after chapel. The Mishawake police mad... More »

Students deal with parking fees


  One of the biggest issues Bethel College students deal with is the financial cost for attending school. Parking can be one of those things that adds to the cost and some students feel the parking fees are a problem. “As a nontraditional student who is attend... More »

Student recovers from illness while abroad


Jenna Early, a Bethel senior who is currently spending the semester in the Dominican Republic, is doing well after suffering some medical complications. Early was diagnosed with typhoid fever around Oct. 5, according to Brent Reimer, director of the Study Abro... More »

Weather alert sent out


Campus Safety Director Phil Jerome sent out an “Emergency Notification-Storm Shelter” e-mail around 9:30 a.m. “This is an emergency alert activated by Campus Safety,” said Jerome. “Seek shelter from the storm as quickly as possible. Go to your designated safe ... More »

Group strives for Liberty in North Korea


North Korea is a country that most people probably know very little about. It is just another country on the other side of the world that is not relevant to our daily lives. The typical person probably has no clue that over a million people died in the mid 199... More »

Bethel blood drive reaches goal


Bethel College paired with American Red Cross on Thursday Oct. 8, 2010 for a blood drive at Goodman Gym. The blood drive took place from 10:45 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Throughout the day the gym was packed with Bethel students, professors and people from our commu... More »