Art students reflect on their experiences

By Maureen Ragner Art is something that can be incredibly expressive. It can tell stories without having to say words, or show someone’s perspective on any subject. It can also show what has influenced the artist. On April 20, seniors Jacob Walter, Kylie Ternes, Allison Norton and Tanya Sherrard showcased their capstone projects in the … More Art students reflect on their experiences

Scandinavian folk music graces Bethany’s campus

By Maureen Ragner Music across cultures can be an interesting thing to consider, especially when inventive instruments are brought into play as well. On Sept. 30, a four-member group from the Twin Cities known as Tjärnblom, or “lakewood flower” in Swedish, played a large number of Scandinavian folk tunes in the Trinity Chapel. Most of … More Scandinavian folk music graces Bethany’s campus

Theatre Physics is going strong after 23 years of laughter

By Maureen Ragner Slapstick comedy and magic tricks are a staple of the theatre department at Bethany, and they all collide every single year to create a hilarious, performance that hardly anyone on or off campus ever wants to miss. This year was Theatre Physics’ 23rd year of production, and this year has proved to … More Theatre Physics is going strong after 23 years of laughter