Faculty foresees future of tech in the classroom

By Ian Overn Much has changed in the last 30 years. The Internet, beginning as a simple fad, has now grown to shape almost every aspect of our waking lives. The educational system, in particular, has been forced to adapt to this change in many ways—digital presentations, online classes and online study resources have all … More Faculty foresees future of tech in the classroom

Bethany engineering program hits the ground running

By Emeline Ring Bringing a new major into existence is no small feat, and Bethany’s new Engineering Science Major was no exception. Up until this year, students interested in pursuing engineering would transfer credits to a different college or university in order to graduate. Now, students will be able to graduate from Bethany with an … More Bethany engineering program hits the ground running

Dr. Holbird debunks common evolution theories

By Maureen Ragner The words “Christian” and “scientist” are terms that can co-exist quite well. However, the existence of certain philosophies and theories in the scientific community can make it difficult for Christian scientists to be able to focus on their studies. Dr. Doyle Holbird held a talk on Oct. 19 where he discussed three … More Dr. Holbird debunks common evolution theories