On Thursday evening at 5 p.m., Student Life and German Club hosted Bethany’s annual Oktoberfest celebration in Commencement Hall. The event was open to all students and faculty with various types of German food and beverages. The German food was provided by Chartwell’s and consisted of warm kielbasa and sauerkraut, spatzel, cabbage, German potato salad, cold German slaw salad, and soft pretzels.
Have you ever thought about helping out the homeless people in your area but didn’t know the proper steps to helping them? Bethany College hosted a group of panelists on “The Issues with Homelessness in our Community” on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in the Weimer Lecture Hall.
"On Monday November 17, the town of Bethany's sewer project will begin and plans to conclude by Thanksgiving. There will be a detour down Ross and College streets and drivers are encouraged to use Ric...
Some people say love hurts, but should it really? How can someone say they love you when they are mentally, emotionally, and physically abusing you every day? On October 29, 2014, speaker Patricia Fla...
Only two years after the release of Windows 8, Microsoft has already announced its successor, Windows 10. According to Microsoft, Windows 8 is being released to enhance the user experience for devices lacking touchscreen capabilities and have a very similar feel to that of Windows 7. The operating system is anticipated to be released around the later part of 2015.
Within the gaming community, Destiny has received low reviews. The reason why I feel this is the case is because there was a lot of heavy advertising surrounding the game. The game was expected to be revolutionary and to change the way people play games. Unfortunately, it did not do much, if any of that.
The Bethany Bison are currently 6-3 this season with a 5-2 record in the Presidents Athletic Conference. They will look to end the season on a high note against St. Vincent. The game against St. Vince...
The event began with an introduction from Fujiko Sawtarie, a professor at Bethany College. Tea master Fumiyo Iwadachi began her presentation by discussing the importance of tea in this day and age. Green tea has become more popular now due to enhanced global exposure and published research about the health benefits of the drink.
On September 10, 2014 at 7pm. in the Renner Art Gallery, an audience of Bethany College students and faculty listened to professional speaker, Denny Kolsch. He is a representative of “To Write Love on Her Arms” and addressed the audience about matters such as the importance of the organization and what it stands for. Denny talked about his struggles with depression, addiction and a panic disorder that he has been suffering from.
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