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Golden Acorn awards honor wacky and dedicated students

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This past Wednesday, April 25th, was this year’s Celebration Chapel. A well-loved part of this chapel is the Golden Acorn Awards. These are awards that go out to memorable people on campus that are iconic for many somewhat random things. This year was no excep... More »

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D.C.’s Take: All 18 Marvel Movies Ranked!

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With “Avengers: Infinity War” coming out next Friday, and pretty much kicking off the summer movie season, it might be the right time to take a look at the 18 films that have already come out in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Nearly every film brought so... More »

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D.C.’s Take: “Ready Player One”

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I wish I was born in the 1980s. Whether it’s with film or music, I do appreciate what that decade has to offer. But can an entire movie, helmed by a genius filmmaker, handle all that greatness? I think it can. The highly anticipated fantasy adventure “Ready Pl... More »

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Theatre seniors reflect on their final performance

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On Saturday, March 24, the theatre department presented its final performance of “Fiddler on the Roof.” As the conclusion of the 2017-2018 theatre season, it was an emotional night for many of the performers, but especially for the seniors. “Now that I’m a sen... More »

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D.C.’s Take: “Love, Simon”

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If you take a look back at the films in the coming-of-age genre, there haven’t been a lot representing the gay community, let alone a wide release that isn’t offensive in some way, shape or form. We just had one of my favorite movies of last year, “Call Me by ... More »

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Editorial: Chilling at the jazz coffeehouse

 - Philip Arndt and Clayton Sidenbender

Editor’s Note: The Bethel College jazz ensemble and jazz combo performed at their annual jazz coffeehouse on Friday, March 16. Two of our own staff attended the event, and below, they relate their experiences at this unique event. Philip Arndt:  Upon entering ... More »

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D.C.’s Take: “A Wrinkle In Time”

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As I was watching Disney’s latest fantasy film “A Wrinkle in Time,” there was a part of me thinking this wasn’t going to end up in what I like to call the “Live-Action Disney Big-Budget Barrel.” That’s the domain of Disney movies that, despite their huge budge... More »

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D.C.’s Take: ‘Game Night’

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Any typical night spent hanging out with your friends may involve drinking, meaningful conversations and playing fun games like charades or Pictionary, to name just a couple. And, of course, make sure nothing goes wrong during the night, otherwise, just like t... More »

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D.C.’s Take: “Black Panther”

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Just like last year, 2018 is going to be a huge year for comic book movies. And when you think about it, it’s shocking that we never had a comic book focusing on Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s creation Black Panther. If “Black Panther” doesn’t get people excited, I... More »

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D.C.’s Take: “The Cloverfield Paradox”

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If you were watching Super Bowl LII, you probably watched a quick TV spot from Netflix for the next film in the unexpected “Cloverfield” franchise. “The Cloverfield Paradox” was available for streaming on Netflix right after the game. I can say that’s probably... More »

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D.C.’s Take: “Wonder”

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Never did I think this year would have multiple movies that have the word “wonder” in the title. We already know “Wonder Woman” was basically a masterpiece, but the new family film “Wonder” takes the word to new heights. Based on the New York Times bestseller,... More »