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Bethel students respond to Penn State turmoil


Although many Penn Staters were concerned with the possible lack of offense going into the 2011-12 season, quarterbacks Matt McGloin and Rob Bolden teamed up to give the Nittany Lions just enough scoring to take eight out of the first nine games. In addition, ... More »

Volleyball team falls in first round of MCC tourney


The Lady Pilot Volleyball team ended their regular season Wednesday, Nov. 9, as they fell at Grace in the first round of the MCC Tournament. Bethel went into the game with an 8-10 record and the six seed, while the Lancers accumulated a 14-4 MCC record and the... More »

Benton House faces uncertain future


Benton House, known for its annual Root Beer Kegger and Christmas party, may soon cease to exist. Benton’s RA Rosten Hamman says he has been in discussion with RD Alex Gonzalez and Vice President of Student Development Shawn Holtgren concerning the possibiliti... More »

Notre Dame available to Bethel students


 Situated just miles from one of the most prestigious and scenic universities in the world, Bethel College students have opportunities to enjoy a taste of Notre Dame. Whether it’s in the athletic stands, fine arts arena, historic buildings or social scenes, th... More »

Mens’ soccer team serves in Brazil


Last summer the men’s soccer team went to Brazil for a 14-day mission trip. In order to gain support to go, the men sent letters to family and relatives. For junior Joao Cuoto, better known as J.C., raising support was harder for him because he is from  Brazil... More »

Pac Rim girls make preparations for studying abroad


The 2012 Pacific Rim study abroad team has been selected and the group is already making preparations for when they leave in January. Last week the group met as a whole for the first time and there will be a few more meetings throughout the semester to get the... More »

Summer task force opportunities


This summer the Study Abroad department will be offering task force trips to Asia, Dominican Republic, Albania, and for those interested in staying stateside, Timber Lakes Camp located in Kansas. The opportunities to serve around the globe this summer span thr... More »

Semester abroad applications in cycle


Every year Brent Reimer, director of study abroad, takes a group of students to the Pacific Rim for a semester. This year is different from the year before in that there are only eight students going, all of them being female, as compared to the year before in... More »

Freshmen dominate powder puff football


The annual powder puff football showdown, between the freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior classes Oct. 30 showed this year’s freshmen class appears to have a bright powder puff future. The freshmen breezed by the defending champs, the senior class, in the f... More »