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Faculty exhibition seeks the beauty in everyday life


It’s not hard to experience art on Bethel’s campus. Between music concerts, theatre performances and other opportunities, there are plenty of ways to absorb some culture between classes. But even if you’re not willing to shell out some cash for a ticket, Bethe... More »

D.C.’s Take: mother!


I think it’s best to go into a movie as blind as possible. That was my thinking with Darren Aronofsky’s latest film:  “mother!” (sic.). I knew that this film could lead to many discussions among film critics. And, like most of Aronofsky’s films, “mother!” does... More »

D.C.’s Take: “It”


Remember those clown sightings last year, and how it was absolutely scary? The unfortunate people who have a deep phobia of clowns didn’t even get a fair warning before watching the news. Despite what you may think, that wasn’t even a part of a marketing campa... More »

“Hacking the System”” a freshman survival guide


We’re just over a week into the semester and we’ve already reached our first long weekend. And freshmen, if you’re already feeling like you need a long weekend, I’ve got rough news for you…it’s only going to get crazier. But that doesn’t mean you need to panic... More »

Bethel’s Terry Linhart releases newest book


Bethel College religion and philosophy professor, Terry Linhart recently published his eighth book, “The Self-Aware Leader.” The book helps people coming out of graduation to become leaders in their community and work places. Linhart had a book signing at Beth... More »

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 ... More »