In Print

2015-2016 school year

Issue 5: December 8, 2016

Top stories:

  • LYM: Selling hats for children with cancer (Pg. 2)
  • MIA showcases Luther exhibit (Pg. 3)
  • Some lessen college time and graduate early (Pg. 4)
  • Staff testifies to “Moments of Clarity” (Pg. 8)
  • Opinion: Christmas brings the best in people (Pg. 9)

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Issue 4: November 17, 2016

Top stories:

  • Vocal Viking brings competition and thrill (Pg. 2)
  • Dance team makes a comeback (Pg. 3)
  • Donald Trump wins 2016 presidential election (Pg. 5)
  • Opinion: The value of intramural sports (Pg. 10)
  • Basketball teams shoot for success this season (Pg. 11)

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Issue 3: October 6, 2016

Top stories:

  • Law Club v. MN Supreme Court (Pg. 2)
  • New York: The city filled with art (Pg. 3)
  • Pop Punk revival: bands back in business (Pg. 6)
  • Browne, Bethany’s breast cancer battle (Pg. 9)
  • Two legends say goodbye in different ways (Pg. 11)

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Issue 2: October 6, 2016

Top stories:

  • From BLC to D.C. Melby chases her dreams (Pg. 2)
  • A look at Bethany’s clubs and activities (Pgs. 4-5)
  • The electoral college does matter (Pg. 6)
  • Vikings’ continue their season undefeated (Pg. 6)
  • With goals set, volleyball team presses onward (Pg. 7)

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Issue 1: September 22, 2016

Top stories:

  • The Scroll’s 90th snniversary (Pg. 1)
  • The Scroll’s 1st issue (Pg. 2)
  • From helpful IT guy to USA Today best-seller (Pg. 6)
  • Resident Managers build new relationships (Pg. 10)
  • Nursing is both a science and an art (Pg. 13)

2013-2014 school year

10-31-13Issue 4: October 31, 2013

Top stories:

  • Time to Rake the Town (Pg. 1)
  • Getting a taste of the college experience (Pg. 2)
  • Senior Spotlight: Caleb Zahn (Pg. 3)
  • Increase in scholarships for next year (Pg. 4)
  • Alfred Hitchcock fall play preview (Pg. 5)

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10-16-13Issue 3: October 16, 2013

Top stories:

  • Christian Athletes (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Shelby Latusek (Pg. 3)
  • Organic food is not the only way to eat healthy (Pg. 4)
  • No deal means dark days lie ahead for U.S. (Pg. 6)
  • Opinion: Despite prophesies, the sky did not fall (Pg. 7)

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9-19-13Issue 1: September 19, 2013

Top stories:

  • Golf teams get back to the Green (Pg. 1)
  • Stack follows her dream to Disney World (Pg. 2)
  • Senior Spotlight: Breanne Perlwitz (Pg. 3)
  • Syria is nothing but a waiting game (Pg. 5)
  • Children’s Theater acts a whale of a tale (Pg. 8)

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2012-2013 school year

5-2-13Issue 14: May 2, 2013

Top stories:

  • Arpeggione Duo graces the chapel with music (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Garret Benson (Pg. 3)
  • Psychology and coffee benefiting school (Pg. 6)
  • Rain takes stage at Luthapalooza (Pg. 8)
  • Tennis teams make most of spring season (Pg. 10)

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4-18-13Issue 13: April 18, 2013

Top stories:

  • Bros, tears and summer camp finished… (Pg. 1)
  • Jazz swings smoothly into spring concert (Pg. 2)
  • Senior Spotlight: Lydia Grabau (Pg. 3)
  • Al Jazeera comes to American air (Pg. 5)
  • Softball gets early season honors (Pg. 6)

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3-28-13April Fool’s Spoof Issue: March 28, 2013

Top stories:

  • Vanquishing the likes of evil, Superkowski rises (Pg. 1)
  • Dubstep proves to be beneficial, shockingly (Pg. 2)
  • Senior Spotlight: Zarrett, Wright (Pg. 3)
  • Buck securing the spot as new mascot (Pg. 4)
  • New visitation hours are coming (Pg. 6)

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3-7-13Issue 11: March 7, 2013

Top stories:

  • Equestrian Club’s first ride together… (Pg. 1)
  • Speech Team as verbose as always (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Alex Weldon (Pg. 3)
  • Talent exhibited in the New Music Recital (Pg. 4)
  • Day at the Capitol: a continuing tradition (Pg. 6)

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2-21-13Issue 10: February 21, 2013

Top stories:

  • Alumni brings magical aspect to Snow Week (Pg. 1)
  • Pope Benedict XVI makes monumental move (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Kelsie Ammann (Pg. 3)
  • President Obama gives annual speech (Pg. 4)
  • Opportunity to teach English in Japan (Pg. 7)

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2-7-13Issue 9: February 7, 2013

Top stories:

  • Baltimore Ravens soar in winning Super Bowl (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Benjamin Schultz (Pg. 3)
  • A Bunch of music explores expression (Pg. 4)
  • Taking a stand against abortion (Pg. 8)
  • A taste of CIDR brings cultural awareness (Pg. 12)

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1-24-13Issue 8: January 24, 2013

Top stories:

  • Women’s basketball readies for conference (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Heather Hewitt (Pg. 3)
  • H.M.S. Pinafore voyages back onto stage (Pg. 4)
  • Opinion: Armed to the teeth with thoughts on guns (Pg. 7)
  • Influenza: The gift that keeps on giving (Pg. 7)

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12-13-12Issue 7: December 13, 2012

Top stories:

  • Artistic talent exhibited at student art show (Pg. 1)
  • Exploring the American education system (Pg. 2)
  • Senior Spotlight: Kab Kaniess (Pg. 3)
  • Christmas at Bethany (Pgs. 4-5)
  • Gladman inspires Media Arts students (Pg. 7)

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11-29-12Issue 6: November 29, 2012

Top stories:

  • Men’s Basketball looks to repeat championship (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Angela Kraft (Pg. 3)
  • Indoor tracks races for new records (Pg. 5)
  • Barefoot presents leaving gay lifestyle (Pg. 6)
  • Tips to beating the onset of winter blues (Pg. 6)

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11-15-12Issue 5: November 15, 2012

Top stories:

  • Peter Pan opening pleases sold-out house (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Ben Petzel (Pg. 3)
  • Duo Zeno performs energetic duet in chapel (Pg. 7)
  • Sandy’s path of decimation (Pgs. 8-9)
  • Lee Theater hosts Reformation Lectures (Pg. 13)

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10-25-12Issue 4: October 25, 2012

Top stories:

  • Mass media aids in spreading the Word (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Courtney Shadbolt (Pg. 3)
  • Queen of Sweden speaks on exploitation (Pg. 4)
  • Hawk watch soars to educate students (Pg. 7)
  • Bringing new life to dead languages (Pg. 9)

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10-11-12Issue 3: October 11, 2012

Top stories:

  • Speech and Debate builds linguistic talent (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Deon Wright (Pg. 3)
  • Student Senate readies for the new year (Pg. 4)
  • Bluegrass performance brings theatre to life (Pg. 5)
  • The importance of absentee ballots (Pg. 6)

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9-27-12Issue 2: September 27, 2012

Top stories:

  • Feeling the thrills of Theatre Physics (Pg. 1)
  • School Supply Drive to Help Local Organizations (Pg. 2)
  • Senior Spotlight: Rachel Enstad (Pg. 3)
  • Award winning organist performs in Trinity Chapel (Pg. 9)
  • Bethany soccer teams adjusting to changes (Pg. 11)

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9-13-12Issue 1: September 13, 2012

Top stories:

            • Recognizing the new faces in faculty (Pg. 1)
            • Navigating college for first generation students (Pg. 2)
            • Senior Spotlight: Baylee Amy (Pg. 3)
            • Local quilter turns hobby into art (Pg. 4)
            • Alumni Joelle Pipal receives NCAA nomination (Pg. 6)

2011-2012 school year

5-1-12Issue 14: May 1, 2012

Top stories:

  • Sabbaticals provide opportunity to learn (Pg. 1)
  • Men’s basketball hosts post-season banquet (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Ben Lundsten (Pg. 3)
  • Spring Formal: Last hurrah of the semester (Pg. 4)
  • Heritage Society supports students with donations (Pg. 6)

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4-17-12Issue 13: April 17, 2012

Top stories:

  • Campus rocks out filming video (Pg. 1)
  • Communication Department wins three NATAS (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Alyssa Rau (Pg. 3)
  • Forensic team named champions (Pg. 5)
  • Benefit exemplifies Christian community (Pg. 7)

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4-3-12April Fools Spoof Issue: April 3, 2012

Top stories:

  •  Construction to commence on new men’s dorm (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Homan, Staples (Pg. 3)
  • New curriculum for Marriage and the Family (Pg. 4)
  • Pro paddler makes first descent at BLC (Pg. 5)
  • Hollywood making a splash on campus (Pg. 6)

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3-20-12Issue 11: March 20, 2012

Top stories:

  • Concert and Jazz bands head east to make music (Pg. 1)
  • Relationships battle more than lasting love (Pg. 2)
  • Senior Spotlight: Megan Murphy (Pg. 3)
  • Softball, baseball teams return from spring training (Pg. 5)
  • Four students nominated to honor band (Pg. 7)

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2-21-12Issue 10: February 21, 2012

Top stories:

  • Student interns for state senator (Pg. 1)
  • Creative power of God educates first hand (Pg. 2)
  • Senior Spotlight: Nikolas Boyce (Pg. 3)
  • Slip and slide into Snow Week (Pg. 5)
  • Dance team performs, sings anthem (Pg. 7)

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2-7-12Issue 9: February 7, 2012

Top stories:

  • Trip to Africa brings insight (Pg. 1)
  • Show embodies story of Harriet Tubman (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Jessie Fries (Pg. 3)
  • Youth rallies for Ron Paul campaign (Pg. 6)
  • Basketball team fights for conference supremacy (Pg. 7)

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1-24-12Issue 8: January 24, 2012

Top stories:

  • Aspiring dentist offers care to Panama children (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Daniel Ruiz (Pg. 3)
  • Is Facebook more than just a social network? (Pg. 4)
  • Minnesota votes on definition of marriage (Pg. 5)
  • Men’s basketball team soldiers onward (Pg. 7)

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12-6-11Issue 7: December 6, 2011

Top stories:

  • Rehwaldt explores historical city of Prague (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Emmaleen Ober (Pg. 3)
  • Faculty recall the gifts of Christmas past (Pg. 4)
  • Students spot an interest in hawk watching (Pg. 6)
  • Opinion: Debt crisis leading to fall of Greece (Pg. 7)

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11-15-11Issue 6: November 15, 2011

Top stories:

  • Midnight Madness receives makeover (Pg. 1)
  • Campus prepares for Christmas at Bethany (Pg. 1)
  • Senior Spotlight: Kyle Damiano (Pg. 3)
  • Students expand their studies in Australia (Pg. 6)
  • Bowling for breast cancer at the Wow Zone (Pg. 7)

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11-1-11Issue 5: November 1, 2011

Top stories:

  • A new chapter in history for hockey broadcasting (Pg. 1)
  • Opinion: ‘Occupy’ protesters argue movement (Pg. 2)
  • Senior Spotlight: Courtney Nelson (Pg. 3)
  • Presenting a hilarious and heartfelt comedy (Pg. 7)
  • Volleyball: A fresh outlook on the game (Pg. 10)

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10-18-11Issue 4: October 18, 2011

Top stories:

  • Cornerstone returns for another century (Pg. 1)
  • ’40 Days for Life’ protests abortion in Mankato (Pg. 2)
  • Senior Spotlight: Alan Everett (Pg. 3)
  • Adjunct professors teach under the radar (Pg. 9)
  • Jim’s Apple Barn is home to all candy lovers (Pg. 10)

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10-4-11Issue 3: October 4, 2011

Top stories:

  • Do something different: Students drive a tank (Pg. 1)
  • Lepak launches first physics experiment (Pg. 2)
  • Senior Spotlight: Emily Valerio (Pg. 3)
  • Freshman welcome advice for success (Pg. 4)
  • First Parliamentary debate cancelled (Pg. 6)

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9-20-11Issue 2: September 20, 2011

Top stories:

  • Education beyond the classroom (Pg. 1)
  • Ada Stokes helped fund Writing Center (Pg. 1)
  • Drop the bass with some dubstep music (Pg. 2)
  • Edgewood welcomes new Resident Managers (Pg. 4)
  • Cross country hits the ground running (Pg. 7)

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Issue 1: September 6, 2011

Top stories:

  • Time capsule uncovered from Old Main (Pg. 1)
  • Bethany Annex building acquires new identity (Pg. 1)
  • Theatre Physics auditions: What you missed (Pg. 2)
  • Balza brings experience to basketball court (Pg. 4)
  • Behind the scenes: The life of a Bethany RA (Pg. 6)

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