Letter to the editor by Ashwani Chumber regarding Samuel Krueger’s Oct. 18 column.
Looking back after being diagnosed with a brain tumor at the age of 8, I would choose to go through it all again.
Senior Josh Dalki earned one of the most highly-touted awards.
A letter to the editor from Haley Johnson in response to Samuel Krueger’s Oct. 19 column.
Although Samuel Krueger’s article in the Sept. 14 issue was written with good intentions, we must honor the Bible and the expectations set for us by God.
Football coaches seek specific fits for Bethel athletics. By Aaron Herbst A blizzard covers the quaint town of Yuma, Colorado. A fresh coat of snow blankets the road. Glaring ice an ever-present threat as the howling wind pushes against the side of Scott Kirchoff’s car like an offensive line doing sled drills. A strong gust pushes the white Ford Focus towards the shoulder, and Kirchoff yanks the wheel back to avoid the steep ditch that lies in waiting. Kirchoff, Bethel University’s former assistant football coach, thinks that he is on the way to Woody’s restaurant to meet the next starting quarterback for the Bethel Royals, because that’s who he was told he was meeting. However, waiting for him is a 300 lb. offensive lineman named John Chouinard and his mother, Margaret. As a recruiter for the Bethel football team, Kirchoff scans the small diner looking for what he thinks a…
Josiah Callaghan analyzes why Christians should consider conflicting ideologies.
Regaining independence in the wake of abuse.
How a dysfunctional, unhealthy and unstable relationship revealed my lack of self-love.
Opinion piece by Janice Collova.