I might still be frustrated with the way life works. Oh well.
The Student Teacher Handbook tells me that I must follow the schedule of my cooperating school, not Bethel College. It’s really too bad then that our Spring Breaks did not line up. So while all the Bethel folks were studying and taking midterms, I took a drive home to Iowa.
Most exciting event while I was home: Seeing The Steel Wheels in concert. The first time I saw them was here at Bethel as a freshman. If you like bluegrass, or americana, or beautiful harmonies, check them out. Plus it was a chance for me and my dad to hang out. And it was one of the best concerts I’ve seen. But then I had to turn around and head back to Kansas just as my modmates started driving south for Texas. Ugh.
I’d ask for pity, but here I am, doing my student teaching thing, with a (mostly) empty campus, and I still love it.
Around this time it is usually when many students take advantage of the break to do a service project through the school or the church. Many students have decided to go to Hati, Chile and Nicaragua.
These opportunities are great ways for the students here at Bethel College to experience new things while serving others. These experiences and opportunities will allow each student to seek, serve, grow…Bethel College!
Hi everyone! My name is Cassidy, and I’m a sophomore from Elgin, Ill. I’m currently a double major in “English” (more on that later) and Psychology, but that’s all about to change.
I’ve got big academic plans for the next few years, and as of Tuesday, February 16, I’m one step closer. Someone upstairs (probably literally) passed the Individualized Major proposal, allowing crazy kids like me to do a lot more work in order to achieve their blended major dreams.
So, the great opera known as Die Fledermaus is finally over. Our Saturday night performance was the best that I could’ve hoped for and I’m extrememly proud of how everyone performed to the best of their abilities that night. It was a good journey with a group of people that became kind of a family to me, which is probably what I’ll miss the most. However, there seems to be too much to be done in the present to be nostalgic about the past.
The weather is finally beautiful outside, and when the weather is nice, people start to come out of hiding. I love spring for that fact.
On campus when the weather is finally nice after a looooooong cold winter, everybody enjoys the nice weather on campus. It’s fun to see the community because on the green there will be random games of ultimate frisbee. Between the mods and Voth there are games of touch football and groups of people playing catch with a football or baseball. When the weather gets even nicer–sand volleyball becomes a normal activity to take part in.
It’s so exciting to finally have wonderful weather that we can get outside and be active in! Our campus is so beautiful, and it has space to offer outside activities. I’m sooo excited it is finally spring weather!!!
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