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Rhema Project


Inside the relatively safe “Bethel bubble” most students have never personally felt the effects of female infanticide, sex determinations feticide, or discrimination against baby girls. Sadly, this reality is all too real in India. The United Nations estimated... More »

South Bend Tribune returns to campus


News of the South Bend and Mishawaka area will be easier to come by for Bethel students. As of Sept. 29 the South Bend Tribune will be stocked at the Dining Commons, the Academic Center and dormitories for students to read and keep, free of charge. The newspap... More »

Women’s soccer drops MCC opener to Taylor in 2OT


The Bethel women’s soccer team fell in a long hard fought battle on Sept. 28, as they were downed by the Taylor Trojans in double overtime by a score of 2-1. This was a tough loss for the Lady Pilots as they looked to make an early statement in their first MCC... More »

Rogers to address issues of sexuality


On Wed. Sept. 27 and Fri. Sept. 29 Sy Rogers, a leading voice regarding sexuality, will be speaking in Chapel. “(Rogers) will provide teaching and training regarding sexual and relationship issues,” said Shawn Holtgren, vice president for student development. ... More »

Pilots down Madonna 2-0, prepare for MCC


The men’s soccer team improved their record to 4-3 last Tuesday as they hosted and defeated Madonna University by a score of 2-0. The first half was a physical battle for both teams. Although the Pilots controlled the possession most of the way, they were unab... More »

Applying Spiritual Emphasis Week in everyday life


As the dust begins to settle after Spiritual Emphasis Week (SEW) and life resumes as usual, it is easy for people to begin to forget how God revealed himself during the event. The key is to take time to apply the messages that were presented. During Adrian Des... More »

Sabrina Hallock serves orphans in India


Over the summer senior Sabrina Hallock spent her time living in an HIV orphanage and clinic center in India. Although this was a new experience for her this hasn’t been the first time Hallock has been abroad. “I was born and raised overseas in the Amazon basin... More »

Men’s tennis looks to improve on slow start


The men’s tennis team is off to a slow start out of the gate this season with an overall record of 2-4. The Pilots claimed their two wins this season against Calument College of St. Joseph and MCC opponent University of Saint Francis. The team is 1-3 against c... More »