Redeye contestant Pasbrig has more to offer

By Ari Selvey Scroll Staff Writer On Monday, Oct. 4, the Redeye Film Festival held their annual showcase, presenting the cinematic works of various students from Bethany, MSU and South Central College.  One Bethany student, Joey Pasbrig, co-creator of the audience-voted favorite piece “Seven of Magpies,” is a sophomore with a major in media arts. … More Redeye contestant Pasbrig has more to offer

Rosas fired, Timberwolves turmoil continues

By Gabe Stoesz Scroll Staff Copy Editor The Minnesota Timberwolves of the National Basketball Association [NBA] shocked its own fans and players alike with a simple, 33-word press release on the afternoon of Sept. 22. “Today, the Minnesota Timberwolves parted ways with President of Basketball Operations Gersson Rosas. As an organization, we remain committed to … More Rosas fired, Timberwolves turmoil continues

Experience science at Bethany like a BOSS

By Ari Selvey, Scroll Staff Writer One reason why many students choose Bethany is because it’s a small school with a big-school feel. One of the contributors to this attribute is the wide variety of student clubs and organizations that are available to anyone wanting to join. The Bethany Organization of Student Scientists, or BOSS, … More Experience science at Bethany like a BOSS

Desire to win inspires fifth-year athletes

By Gabe Stoesz, Scroll Staff Copy Editor Several student-athletes at Bethany are taking advantage of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s [NCAA] extra year of eligibility granted to anyone participating in an athletic season impacted by COVID-19.  Per Bethany’s updated student-athlete handbook, athletes who utilize the option to exercise a fifth year of eligibility may do … More Desire to win inspires fifth-year athletes