Wow! Elimination has really amped up people with excitement. There have been many people sitting in class soaking wet from their opponents vengeance. The most exciting events of elimination have been right outside of the caf.
After a delicious meal in the caf (being sarcastic) one is ran down by their opponent with water, and for the lucky ones who have escaped they are hungry again. For those who are not so lucky, they have been drenched with water and they are hungry again. I’m pretty sure that’s not a fun experience. All in all I think elimination has gone above and beyond this year and I enjoyed watching all the action from the caf windows at dinner last night!!! :>>
Hey Everyone! Sorry this has taken me almost two weeks to get around to but we ALL know how beginnings and endings of the school year are. Between the rush of getting to see all my friends and classmates again I have the extremely exciting opportunity of having lovely new modmates this year. But first let me tell you a bit about myself.
My name is Melissa Nicole Volk (Melissa Nicole for Facebook’s sake) and I am a junior here at Bethel College. I was born in the town of Newton, went to a Catholic school and then to the public high school in Newton also. Yes, I would consider myself a true Newton Railroader through and through and now I have expanded my lines of alliance with the Threshers.
Last night saw an event that’s been a campus ritual: the yearly Luau Dance at the beginning of the year. The Luau was a fun event, for me the combination of planned and spontaneous that is enjoyable about Bethel.
The night began at 5:45 when our Mod ate at a parent’s house. We had absolutely delicious taco fixings, then hung around to play ping pong and Rock Band until we ended up at the Thresher football game. We joined the Student Section, cheered, and then we were ready for the dance. Student Life had sno-cones they were giving out, which were absolutely delicious. They had hired a former Bethel student to DJ, and he was blasting some house by the time we finished our sno-cones. We made eye contact with each other, and it was time to dance. We moved onto the sand volleyball court that was our dance floor for the night and a wave of people followed, transforming the court into a seething cluster of students breaking it down.
Hi! My name is Megan Leary, and I’m one of the 140-some freshmen on campus. I’m from North Newton and grew up about a half mile from campus, so Bethel has always been on my radar. I started looking for colleges early in high school and considered going far away from home, but then I realized that every time I looked at another college I compared it to Bethel and never found anything that offered all that Bethel offered. It’s such a small campus that you can be involved in so many things. I play oboe in Wind Ensemble, write for the Collegian, work at the bookstore, and go to Druber’s, the local donut shop, at every opportunity.
If I would have known senior year was going to be this busy, then I would have started preparing a long time ago. Everything has been extremely busy this week due to the week of welcome and the start of classes. I am really looking forward to this weekend so I can finally catch my breath and get things organized for next week. It would be nice to have labor day off so there could be more time to relax but that’s just another day I can use to mark off my senior countdown!!!
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