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Singles Awarness Day (S.A.D.)


If Christmas is considered one of the most commercialized holidays then Valentine’s Day is definitely in the running for second place, right up there with Halloween. Walk down any asile in a shopping market or pass by any window in the mall and you will find y... More »

Student missionaries step out into the world stage


As some students made their way to classes during the past fall semester, others were on their way to a different type of campus. Bethel senior Sam Palombo and junior Kristen Hopewell both made a journey for a semester abroad program in Uganda. These two stude... More »

What I wish I would’ve known


By Dr. Robert Daniels I was a senior in college, I was a business and psychology double-major. I had good grades. I needed a job. So, with the help of the career planning office I put together a great resume and cover letter which I sent to numerous businesses... More »

Campus art show focuses on beauty and diversity


The Multi-Ethnic Resource Team (MERT) is hosting an event featuring beauty and diversity: the Center for Intercultural Development Art Show. MERT’s leaders include Theo Williams as coordinator for faculty, Lisa Malkewicz for staff, Lori Gonzalez for internatio... More »

Show delivers magical moments


Wednesday Nov. 5 Bethel College held a unique event. The Everest-Rohrer Auditorium hosted “A Night of Magic with Deaf Magicians.” The event was run by the Bethel College ASL Club. Matt Morgan, one of the deaf magicians, contacted Angela Myers, associate profes... More »

The world in our backyard


Bethel College has experienced many changes in the past few years while trying to fulfill its commission in sending students into the mission field around the world. While a lot of the focus is on mission fields abroad, last year a group of Bethel men began an... More »

Igniting love’s fire


Song of Solomon 8:6,7 says, “Place me like a seal over your heart, like a seal on your arm; for love is as strong as death, its jealousy unyielding as the grave. It burns like blazing fire, like a mighty flame. Many waters cannot quench love; rivers cannot was... More »

Passing the towl: A new faculty commissioned to lead


New students are not the only fresh faces in classrooms at Bethel College. The start of the fall semester marks the beginning of a full year of teaching for new faculty. This year, Bethel College welcomes 17 new faculty members to the five various schools. Man... More »