Wednesday, 18 of October of 2017

D.C.’s Take: “Battle of the Sexes”

It’s Oscar season, and that’s usually the best time for studios to release their films that they hope will be considered one of the best of the year, possibly pushing to be a real contender for the golden statuette. So what better way to get people’s attention than a sports movie coming out at just […]

What can Bethel students do over fall break?

Slider Photo by Jakob Owens on Unsplash With fall break fast approaching, many Bethel students are looking forward to a moment to step back from school and relax. But for many students, the Mishawaka area is a vast, untamed concrete jungle. Here to help, the Beacon has done some asking around and discovered these top ten Michiana attractions […]

Faculty exhibition seeks the beauty in everyday life

It’s not hard to experience art on Bethel’s campus. Between music concerts, theatre performances and other opportunities, there are plenty of ways to absorb some culture between classes. But even if you’re not willing to shell out some cash for a ticket, Bethel has always had a way to get some culture on your walk […]

D,C.’s Take: “Kingsman: The Golden Circle”

“Manners maketh man. Do you know what that means?” After watching both films in the “Kingsman” series now, in my mind, that quote probably means you should wear a stylish suit from a tailor and become a spy in a matter of days. So, while most action sequels usually don’t end up achieving the status […]

D.C.’s Take: mother!

I think it’s best to go into a movie as blind as possible. That was my thinking with Darren Aronofsky’s latest film:  “mother!” (sic.). I knew that this film could lead to many discussions among film critics. And, like most of Aronofsky’s films, “mother!” doesn’t exactly leave you wanting to run towards a rainbow when […]