Monday, 8 of February of 2016

‘Logic and Critical Thinking’ to be removed from core curriculum

Bethel’s curriculum goes through a lot of changes. For instance: Logic and Critical Thinking, formerly a general education requirement, has been cut from the core curriculum. This means that freshman classes from here on out won’t have to take the class as part of the general education courses. But despite what you may think, these […]

Pilots’ senior guard to graduate with a double major in leadership and success

Scurrying back and forth on the court, forcing turnovers and burying clutch three pointers are things the Bethel Pilots’ senior guard, Travis Smith, has come to be well known for. More importantly, however, Smith, who has become a household name in the Wiekamp Athletic Center, has made himself known for being a successful leader during […]

Yeo continues winning ways in successful basketball career

Bethel College’s men’s basketball team is currently in the midst of another strong season thanks to the presence of junior guard, Clay Yeo. Yeo only began playing in the Crossroads league last season, but his basketball successes have been a lifelong trait. Yeo was raised in small town Bourbon, Indiana, where he grew up enjoying […]

Paris attacks prove to be the most recent stage for ISIS

On November 13, the nation of Paris was tragically affected by the latest series of attacks led by the terror group, ISIS. The attacks consisted of a series of suicide-vest explosions coordinated alongside multiple shootings and hostage situations across Paris, France. The violence began Friday, Nov. 13 amidst an international soccer match being played between […]

Bill Jones discusses Paris attacks and French response

Most of us have already heard of the attacks on Paris by the terror organization ISIS. But for most of us, it was simply a tragedy that happened halfway across the world. For Bill Jones, however, it was a bit more close to home. Jones and his wife Debbie are World Partners missionaries-in-residence here at […]