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Student Athlete of the Week: Kaitlin Elsasser

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This week we’re highlighting a notable defender in Bethel women’s basketball history: senior forward Kaitlin Elsasser. She recently entered the 500-rebound club during a game against Indiana Wesleyan, only the 20th Bethel Lady Pilot to do so. She currently ran... More »

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Bethel faculty, staff and students comment on upcoming net neutrality vote

 - Wesley Lantz, Joshua Goodwin, Emily SeCheverell, Clayton Sidenbender and Philip Arndt

On November 21, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Ajit Pai announced that the FCC will be taking a vote on December 14 on whether or not to repeal the Obama-era rules regarding what’s known as “net neutrality.” Net neutrality refers to a set of ... More »

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Hop on board the B.U.S.S. for student spirit

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The Bethel United Student Section, or as many know it, the B.U.S.S., has been attending bethel men’s soccer and basketball games for a while now. It wasn’t until recently that it was approved by student council as an official club of Bethel College. If you hav... More »

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Student Athlete of the Week: Ryan Lutz

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Hello, Beacon readers! After an extended hiatus, the Student Athlete of the Week section is back! We’ll be highlighting a certain athlete each week, recognizing their accolades or what they bring to their team. Ryan Lutz, junior guard for the men’s basketball ... More »

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A very Oakwood Christmas (in November)

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The Oakwood-Slater Hall residents received an unexpected visit from campus safety officer Dawn Moffett on the eve of Thursday November 8th. “When she came in she pretty much stated that she saw us getting ready for the Helm Run, which is a tradition every year... More »

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Gazing into the past while looking to the future: Bethel through the years

 - Emily SeCheverell and Wesley Lantz

Every once in a while, it’s good to take a look back at your roots, seeing from where you’ve come in order to better appreciate where you’re going. The Bethel Beacon staff has cracked open the archives and picked the brains of a few campus fixtures to get a pe... More »