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LiNK and Bethel come face-to-face

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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 »

Silly Bandz remain popular accesories

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In the last decade there have been numerous trends that have surfaced. These trends vary from Furbys to Beanie Babies to Italian Charm Bracelets, and now it appears that the next massive trend has arisen. It has taken the form of the little silicone rubber ban... More »

‘Glee’ focuses on issues kids face every day

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Everyone faces trials growing up, especially in high school. The Fox network has developed a unique show that focuses on trials and issues kids face in high school, but with a certain musical twist. The show is “GLEE,” which airs on Fox Tuesdays at 8 p.m. “‘GL... More »

Campus prepares for big name concert

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The Jars of Clay and Brandon Heath Concert is Oct. 12, and there are many tickets still available. Tickets for the concert went on sale Aug. 21, but so far only a quarter of those tickets have been sold. “The concert will hopefully sell out at the door,” said ... More »

‘Lost in Yonkers’ pleases audience

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A din of voices filled the air. People rushed hurriedly to find their seats in the Everest-Rohrer auditorium, occasionally stopping to say hello to a friend or colleague. As the lights dimmed, a hush swept over the crowd. The audience sat back and waited expec... More »

Come Get “Lost in Yonkers”

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What happens when you combine a fake German accent, a gangster and a bitter grandmother? The Bethel cast of “Lost in Yonkers” will answer that very question when they perform the show on Oct. 7, 8 and 9. The performance will start at 7:30 p.m. in the Everhest-... More »

Original play hits the stage after months of work

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The conversations of Phoebe and Felix, two characters in senior Rachel Miller’s “The Draft,” punctuate the show with phrases such as, “Tough break, Moon Pie.” This original play, written and directed by Miller, hit the stage in Bethel’s Octorium on April 9 and... More »

Concert Week

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This past week has been a frenzy of activity for the Bethel Music Department. Monday night, the Chamber Orchestra performed its spring concert. Guest musician Marilynn Ham, Bethel’s artist in-residence, played four of her own pieces that were arranged for orch... More »