T.S. Eliot talk sheds new light on poet’s Christianity

By Kaci Schneidawind If you think you know everything about T.S. Eliot, the influential 20th century poet, you might be wrong. A talk given by English professor Dr. Robert Hanna on Feb. 26 focused on Eliot’s Christian faith,  an aspect of his life that was shrouded in secrecy. The lecture was a part of Bethany’s … More T.S. Eliot talk sheds new light on poet’s Christianity

Christmas comes early at Bethany

By Emeline Ring Though there are still three weeks to go until Christmas, Bethany gives members of the community a taste of the upcoming season through Christmas at Bethany, a consecutive five days of concerts featuring multiple musical ensembles. Bethany’s Concert Choir, Concert Band, Handbells, Mary Martha Singers and String Ensemble all come together to … More Christmas comes early at Bethany

A display of young creativity: Student art show does not disappoint

By Joshua Ray Amiling Society likes to complain. One such complaint is that people today, especially young people, do not care about art. While this may be true, the Bethany Student Art Show demonstrated that there are indeed young people who care and want to share their love of art. The show was a wonderful … More A display of young creativity: Student art show does not disappoint

Red Eye Film Festival triumphs in its biggest year yet

By Ian Overn From the first stages of development to the final touches of post-production, the average Hollywood movie takes upwards of a year and a half to complete. The students participating in this year’s 12th annual Red Eye Film Festival had seven days. Granted, a four-minute short film is a little different than a … More Red Eye Film Festival triumphs in its biggest year yet