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Inside Scoop: ASL Club


The American Sign Language Club here at Bethel is open to students of all majors with an interest in learning ASL and knowing about deaf culture. The club is focused on the continuous use of the language, giving back to the deaf community, planning events to r... More »

Weekend away for Manges Hall


Twenty-eight young men from the Manges Residence Hall piled into cars and headed to Fremont, Indiana last Saturday for the Manges Hall retreat. The retreat was held at the home of Luke Frey, a resident in Manges. The weekend included praise and worship, time a... More »

Cast your cares


We have now come to the most interesting part of the year. Sleep-deprived students stagger through class after class, finishing (or forgetting) research papers and preparing for (or ignoring) final exams. Consumption of coffee and energy drinks greatly increas... More »

Where is God hiding?


By Melisa Peebles On March 23 and 24, Bethel hosted the 9th Annual Philosophy Lectures, featuring respected Philosopher Dr. Michael Rea. Not only does he hold a position as professor of philosophy, but he also directs the Center for Philosophy of Religion at t... More »

Arthur retiring to a life of exciting mystery


For the last 25 years soon-to-be-retired, Carolyn Arthur, director of retention and freshman year experience (FYE), has been collecting murder mysteries that take place on college campuses. “I carry around a list of the books I have so I won’t accidently buy t... More »

Going back to Bethel College’s Root


I first met Dr. Clyde Root, director of library services, through my brother. During his time at Bethel, my brother worked as Dr. Root’s assistant in the library, running errands and indexing periodicals. Most notorious of these periodicals was the dread magaz... More »

Jessica Risinger: Bethel’s harpist


Q: What made you choose to come to Bethel? A: I wanted to go to school some place close to home, so that I could live at home, and it would be easier for me … so I applied to some colleges in the area and for here they had a music scholarship, so it was kind o... More »

Ruth’s Recipe’s


  Ruth Olson is senior vocal performance major at Bethel College. Her significant food allergies are one of the reasons she chooses to have a healthier lifestyle. She will be sharing a unique recipe each issue. Healthy Blueberry Muffins (one dozen) 2 cups whol... More »

‘Charlotte’s Web’ on stage March 25, 26 & 27


Bethel’s spring play “Charlotte’s Web” will hit the stage on March 25,26 and 27 in the Everest Rohrer Chapel/Fine Arts Center. The shows on March 25 and 26 will begin at 7:30 p.m. There will be two shows on the 27th, one at 2 and the other at 7:30 that night. ... More »

Graduating seniors prepare for real world


Amidst the warmer spring weather and melting snow piles, seniors are wrapping up their final year at Bethel and preparing for life outside of the bubble. From attending graduate school to searching for a job, seniors have a rough but exciting road ahead of the... More »

Senioritis; widespread pandemic feared


It’s that time of year. With only five weeks until the end of the year, seniors across the Bethel campus are becoming infected with the paralyzing condition known as senioritis. Most dictionaries remain silent on this important subject, but (an ... More »