Wreck-it-Ralph is a Smash Hit

Video games are fun and movies are fun, so putting the two together should cause an explosion great fun, but somehow, it has never worked out that way. Movies that are based on video games turn out to be horrible pieces of cinema. They take their source material way too seriously, have the most ridiculous plot lines and cast the most obscure and least-talented actors ever. This is not the case with Disney’s newest animated feature film “Wreck-it-Ralph”.

Star Trek into Darkness Review

“Star Trek into Darkness” is the second Star Trek movie directed by J.J. Abrams. His first being the critically acclaimed 2009 “Star Trek” it was this movie that re-booted the long running cult series Star Trek. Now this review comes from someone who never took a real interest in the original Star Trek T.V. show, however this all changed with the 2009 version. The first movie allowed for a new generation of “Trekkies” to be born and “Into Darkness” takes what the first one did, expands on it and allows for the new crew of the USS Enterprise to explore a new final frontier.

Trivium – Vengeance Falls Review

October has been an exciting month to be a metal listener. So many albums have been released during this time that it has been almost difficult to buy them all at once. One album that has been in my head for a while is Heavy Metal Hellraisers, Trivium’s “Vengeance Falls” album, which was released October 9t.

X and Y Brings Back Memories of Red and Blue:

In 1998, American children were introduced to the world of Pokémon, by Nintendo with the release of Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue. The video games were made for the Nintendo Gameboy and the main focus was to capture over 150 different types of creatures, and train them so that they could help the player defeat the elite four and becoming a Pokémon master.

Parents Weekend!

On October 25-27 Student Life hosted a variety of activities for students and parents. And a special guest from the popular ‘80s and ‘90s television show “Saved by the Bell”, Mr. Belding, made an appearance!

Yannick Live at Bethany College!

Last Monday, November 18th, Bethany College hosted one of its most entertaining concerts, in the art gallery. Before the main performance the audience was treated to a rousing performance of Menz and the Hot Pockets, Bethany College’s own band made up of German professor, Harold Menz, his wife and religious studies professor, Brooke Deal.

Bethany’s New “Bachelor”

“My name is Rory Campbell, and I’m the Bethany Bachelor.” If you’re confused by who Rory Campbell is and why he’s announcing himself as the new “Bethany Bachelor,” fear not, it is all for fake. “The Bethany Bachelor” is the newest show being produced by students in the TV-14 class. As for “Rory Campbell,” he is actually Bethany senior George Cothran.

The Harbinger; Bethany's Unique Publication

Dark Memories of 1980's Gaming Resurfaces in New Mexico

People make mistakes, sometimes when mistakes are made we try and hide them so that we are not laughed out of town from embarrassment. Even huge corporations make these mistakes and some even try to bury their mistakes out in the dessert so as to bury the past behind them. This is the case with the gaming company Atari.

Maurice Clarett Addresses Bethany College Campus

On Thursday, September 4, 2014 Maurice Clarett spoke to an audience of Bethany College students in the college’s cafeteria. Clarett began his speech by asking a young volunteer what it meant to be a man. The student starred back at Clarett with a blank stare. He asked again, “Define what it means to be a man”. The audience would soon be enlightened into the series of events during his life that led him to where he is today.

Suicide Prevention Day Speaker Comes To Bethany College!

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.

Bethany College Hosts The Way Of Sencha Service

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.

Commander Coming to Town

Bethany’s Student Activities Council (SAC) will be hosting Commander Eric Holmes of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police in the Academic Parlor on Wednesday, February 25 at 8 p.m. Holmes is a motivational speaker and will be sharing his thoughts on numerous topics such as hard work, dedication, and attaining goals.

Ric Sheffield Talks Equality

Bethany College Black Alliance Club hosted an event on February 10 featuring speaker Professor Ric Sheffield. There was a great turn out for the event and attendees were enlightened by Sheffield’s talk. Sheffield is a Professor at Kenyon College and a former civil rights lawyer. His 30 minute lecture and video presentation about Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka was meant to show a different insight of that infamous nation changing case.

New Social Networking Application Causes Uproar

People always want to know the latest gossip or when the nearest party is taking place. Friends will post where parties are on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and now a site called “Yik Yak.” But is this new site creating more problems than help?

Students Travel to Ireland for Alternative Spring Break

On Friday, March 10th students will be traveling to Ireland for an alternative spring break trip.

Six Words:   HAVE A BOX OF TISSUES READY!!

Me Before You is a 2016 movie adaptation of the bestselling book of the same name written in 2012 by Jojo Moyes.

Uber: Driving Into the Future

Whether you are in need of a ride after a wild Saturday night out on the town, or a simple ride to a nearby store when your car is not available for use, Uber is a useful and trending company that can help out people of any age.
 
 
 

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