Sunday, 23 of July of 2017

Music students give back to the community with private lessons

Bethel College boasts an impressive lineup of music-related ensembles; however, the buck does not stop there. Many of the school’s music ensembles are filled with students who see it as their goal/calling in life to bring the love of music to others as well. As the academic year draws to a close, let’s take a […]


Leaving the Bethel bubble

Many Bethel students recognize some form of the “Bethel Bubble,” the idea that Bethel’s community is somewhat sheltered from the outside world. But whether they view it in a positive or negative light is up for debate. As a senior myself, I’ve often felt the pressures of life inside the Bethel Bubble, and have had […]


D.C.’s Take: ‘Get Out’

Jordan Peele is one of the funniest comedians working, especially this decade. He’s known for, of course, his successful Comedy Central show “Key and Peele,” with Keegan-Michael Key, that I loved. I’ve always loved his work. But it looks like he’s taking a different turn in the industry, writing and directing his first feature film […]


The journey of Alex Price, student director

Growing up, Alex Price never imagined going to Bethel College. This makes sense, considering the fact that he has lived in Mishawaka the entirety of his life. But Price, now a junior at Bethel College, is thriving at the school in the theatre department. The reason behind Price deciding to attend Bethel was one man […]


D.C.’s Take: ‘The LEGO Batman Movie’

We’ve recently experienced what I think is the definition of irony: two of the latest live-action DC Comics Extended Universe movies, “Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Suicide Squad,” receive mediocre reviews, but the animated film about Batman ended up being great in all senses. Pretty unexpected, right? I think most of us thought […]