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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 »

VanDosen, Walstra win cornhole tournament


Ryan VanDosen and Ty Walstra emerged victorious in the cornhole tournament held during them men’s soccer game on Saturday. The two contestants beat our 14 other players to be named the winners. Cornhole is a game involving tossing beanbags or “corn bags,” (hen... More »

Pilots crush Saint Francis, advance to semifinals


It was business as usual for the men’s soccer team on Saturday Oct. 29, as they advanced to the second round of the MCC tournament by defeating Saint Francis 5-0. Despite the chilly conditions and wet field, the Pilots were able to dominate the time of possess... More »

Yearbook staff releases first digital edition


The 2010-11  Helm yearbook CD will be distributed on Friday, Oct. 28, in the foyer of the Everest Rohrer, immediately following chapel. The yearbook’s theme,  “Connecting with Christ” features a “social media” design and includes a memorial video of Dr. Scott ... More »

Taste of Culture


Senior Hesbon Mwangi was inspired to host his own radio show after constantly being asked about his home in Ruiru, Kenya. Mwangi hosts one of Bethel Pilot Radio’s more popular shows called Taste of Culture. Mwangi, or Hezzy as he refers to himself on Taste of ... More »

Bethel women’s basketball gears up for season play


The leaves have begun to change and the temperature outside has been chilled which as always represents a new birth to the 2011-12 Bethel College women’s basketball team. Despite the loss of several quality seniors from last year’s team, the team returns a sur... More »