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Students choose varied destinations for Fall Break


by Georgia Boisse As Fall Break approaches and people start heading home for the long weekend, the question of “what should I do?” pops into their heads. What better time than to take a mini vacation. Not only is this idea a perfect break from the mental taxat... More »

Oakwood vs. Mangus game to fuel rivalry


By Alex Tsikouris The Oakwood vs. Manges football game is schedule for November and the two rivalry dorms are getting ready to take home the Old Tin Cup. Manges has been the dominant team in the past, but last year’s game was a thriller to the end. Oakwood was... More »

Softball earns academic honor


Bethel’s 2010 softball team was honored by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association with the Girls Got Game Top Ten All-Academic Team. The girls’ team was ranked sixth place in the entire NAIA with their overall GPA of 3.446. “We emphasize excellence in all ... More »

Hamman considered intramural volleyball czar


Bethel junior Rosten Hamman is what you might call the school’s intramural volleyball czar. Every Tuesday night you’ll find him at Goodman Gymnasium, keeping the games running smoothly. “I am in charge of setting up the volleyball equipment, as well as the bre... More »

Zumba class offered to women on campus


Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:10 to 6 p.m. ladies from all over campus gather at the Weikamp lobby for Zumba. Zumba is an exercise combining Latin rhythms with aerobics, according to “It’s really fun! You don’t know you’re exercising, “said Director... More »

Campus prepares for big name concert


The Jars of Clay and Brandon Heath Concert is Oct. 12, and there are many tickets still available. Tickets for the concert went on sale Aug. 21, but so far only a quarter of those tickets have been sold. “The concert will hopefully sell out at the door,” said ... More »

Bethel to host annual Hispanic Day


On Thursday, Oct. 14 Bethel will join in the 13th Annual Hispanic Day. During this special event, local high school students of Hispanic heritage are invited to the host college for a day. They are given information about the colleges that participate as well ... More »

Students serve the local community


On Tuesday, Bethel celebrated its 22nd Annual Service Day. Students and staff went out to various locations across the Michiana area to help in whatever tasks the organization needed completed. The volunteers did any number of activities from packing boxes to ... More »

Come Get “Lost in Yonkers”


What happens when you combine a fake German accent, a gangster and a bitter grandmother? The Bethel cast of “Lost in Yonkers” will answer that very question when they perform the show on Oct. 7, 8 and 9. The performance will start at 7:30 p.m. in the Everhest-... More »

Bethel Service Day


Bethel celebrated its 22nd Annual Service Day this year. Faculty, students and staff set aside time to go out into the community and lend a helping hand. Those involved gathered at the Everest-Rohrer Chapel on Tuesday, Oct. 5 at 8:30 a.m. More »

What can Phil do for you?


“We would rather report to 10 false calls than have you discover a missing laptop or iPod,” said Phil Jerome, director of Campus Safety. It is Campus Safety’s goal to help students feel safe at all times, but there are simple steps that can go a long way in pr... More »