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More than empty stomachs


It was my first time feeding the hungry with Bethel’s bus-stop ministry. The student-run outreach is in its third consecutive year of street-side food distribution. Along with food, Bethel students also  give out blankets, coats and other thermal gear in the c... More »

Children of the World Choir to come to Bethel


Children from all over the globe are coming to Bethel this week. The Children of the World choir, sponsored by World Help, will be singing in chapel on Wednesday. The choir is made up of children from various countries such as Uganda, the Philipines and Nepal.... More »

The ins and outs of the Wellness Fair


Senior nursing students along with the Wellness Center put on the annual Wellness Fair on Wednesday, Nov. 10 in the Everest-Rohrer Chapel. Most students don’t realize how much effort goes into putting on an event like this and making it a success. “I know that... More »

Computer Services solves printing gluttony


Rumors circulating that the computer lab will soon begin to charge for the paper printed in the lab have turned out to be just that: rumors. The lab has confirmed that they will not begin to charge students for printing, nor do they foresee a charge being plac... More »

“We’re bringing healthy back”


Senior nursing students along with faculty and the Wellness Center are hosting their annual Wellness Fair on Wed., Nov. 10 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Everest-Rohrer Chapel/Fine Arts Center Rotunda and Annex. According to the communications and marketing dep... More »

Jazz Percussion Night took much preparation


The Bethel College Jazz Ensemble will be hosting the Jazz Percussion Night in the Everest-Rohrer Chapel auditorium Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. The Jazz Ensemble, which is directed by Dr. Reginald Klopfenstein has been preparing for this event since the start of the f... More »

Scripture 66 sign-ups are underway


The 6th annual Scripture 66 event is taking place this weekend Nov. 12-15th in the Central Gazebo. The event, which kicks off at 11:59 am Nov. 12, is a time for the Bethel community to come together to read straight through Genesis 1:1 to Revelation 22:21, ove... More »

Election results divide government


This year’s election was held Tuesday, Nov. 2, and the results have divided the government. The House is now Republican, the Senate is Democrat and, of course, the President is Democrat. Many wonder how this change is going to affect the country. Two of Bethel... More »

Students to buy nets to help fight malaria


Malaria No More is an organization fighting to halt Malaria’s death toll in Africa. The organization raises funds for malaria-stricken countries to help equip them with some basic tools to combat a very preventable disease. Junior Hannah Miller and senior Dani... More »

Students form new pro-life group


Recently a new student-run club emerged on campus called Students for Life. “We, as a group, are passionate about pro-life because we want to be a voice for the voiceless and the defenseless,” said sophomore and president of the group, Anna Tinklenberg. “We wa... More »

LiNK and Bethel come face-to-face


Members from LiNK headquarters are traveling from Cali to Bethel. On Thursday Oct. 28, LiNK members are sharing a documentary screening on North Korean refugees in China. The film will be showing in AC 342 at 8 p.m. “I’m really excited for the Bethel community... More »

Investigation continues in recent Chapel theft


  Campus Safety and local police are still investigating the recent theft at Bethel. On Monday, Oct. 18, a video camera and lens as well as an electric guitar were taken from the Everest-Rohrer auditorium sometime shortly after chapel. The Mishawake police mad... More »