by Emeline Ring Twenty-five years ago, Bethany director and professor Peter Bloedel brought his own creative twist on physical theater for the first time. This year, in what seems like the blink of an eye, he gets to witness his show reach the quarter-century mark. Theater Physics is a comedy show of Bloedel’s invention, inspired … More A quarter century performance of Theatre Physics
by Kaci Schneidawind Senior Noella Wigtil has done it all. The “all” meaning participating in nearly every club or organization on campus. “Oh, gosh,” Wigtil said when asked to list all that she is involved in on campus. She took a moment to think before answering, which was understandable considering the lengthy list. Right now, … More Senior Spotlight: Noella Wigtil
by Noah Dale As the late Bill Paxton once said, “Game over man, game over.” After three weeks of regular season action, Minnesota Vikings fans already have to be wondering if this is the case. There was reason for optimism heading into the 2018-19 season. After managing to reach the NFC Championship game last year … More “Do you like that?” No, no we do not
by Sydney Kappel Do you watch Netflix? Do you prefer staying in on Friday nights with popcorn over being social? Do you enjoy rom-coms? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have seen Netflix’s original movies The Kissing Booth and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. After the releases of … More Netflix: Which Summer Rom-Com is more chill?
by Kaci Schneidawind Southern Minnesota voters have an important choice to make this fall as to who will take the first district’s open seat in the United States House of Representatives. The two candidates vying for governor candidate Tim Walz’s vacated seat are Democrat Daniel Feehan and Republican James Hagedorn. This race marks Feehan’s first … More House race heats up in Minnesota’s first district
by Nathan Dawson Credit scams are everywhere. Many companies today employ deceptive borrowing tactics that take advantage of consumers. Minorities, the poor, the elderly and those with less education are the most likely to be targeted by predatory loans. “They’re not shooting for persuasion, they’re shooting for your compliance,” said Professor Brian Klebig. “Foot in … More Predatory financing used by EZ Own
by Ethan Becker A new school year can bring about many exciting changes and challenges. Between having to take new classes and having a completely different schedule, a new school year could start an almost entirely new life. One change that Bethany Lutheran College is seeing a is the new incoming class. Overall, there are … More Bethany welcomes largest incoming class