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Bethel announces president-elect

After 25 years at Medtronic and a year and a half as Azuza Pacific's Chief Financial Officer, Ross Allen has been named president-elect of...

Cinderella Cardinals beat Royals en route to semis

By Sam Johnson Sounds off the Robertson Center walls Tuesday night echoed with intensity. For one team, this was nothing new. For the other, a...

Changing times and diverse voices

Students hear from potential new BSG leadership By Jaimee Hood Candidates for next year’s Student Body President and Vice President met Monday to discuss their campaign...

Getting out of the sand trap

Nicole Miller pursues golf in college despite the difficulties that come with it. By Callie Chase Tennis shoes squeaked. Basketballs did not bounce. Nicole Miller,...

Why sports matter

Sports mean more to us than we realize. Why sports matter is a new series where the Clarion will feature different opinions on why...

Why sports matter

Abby Pautz is a journalism major at Bethel and a sports reporter for the Clarion. Her take on why sports matter is different from...

News

Bethel announces president-elect

After 25 years at Medtronic and a year and a half as Azuza Pacific's Chief Financial Officer, Ross Allen has been named president-elect of...

Changing times and diverse voices

Students hear from potential new BSG leadership By Jaimee Hood Candidates for next year’s Student Body President and Vice President met Monday to discuss their campaign...

Executive Director of Student Senate resigns along with seven others

Sean Doherty announced his and seven other senators' resignations via a letter sent in a Student Senate email Monday.  By Molly Korzenowski Sean Doherty, Executive Director...

New music director inspires excellence

Bethel University Director of Choral Activities Merrin Guice-Gill teaches that music is more than words and notes.  By Josh Sanchelli Merrin Guice-Gill stopped her class over...

Caring for the least of these

Bethel University professor works with non-profit organization for over 20 years By Chloe Peter   Leo Gabriel, a business professor at Bethel University, remembers a student...

Lifestyle

What comes next

A Bethel volleyball player shares what it feels like to lose and keep going.  By Macie Gavic The ball pounded the floor with a slap as...

One for the money, two for The Show

Get a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to pull off the longstanding Welcome Week favorite. By Emma Harville...

The final welcome

President Jay Barnes has been welcoming new freshmen as they drive onto campus for the past 11 years, but due to his...

More than a Bible study

By Zach Walker 162 Minnesota Hispanics attended the 7th Spanish-Speaking Seminar for Pastors and Leaders March 30, with...

Built-in best friends

Halle and Hadley Rittgers share what it’s like to be twins Interview and photo by Laura Osterlund

Sports

Cinderella Cardinals beat Royals en route to semis

By Sam Johnson Sounds off the Robertson Center walls Tuesday night echoed with intensity. For one team, this was nothing new. For the other, a...

Getting out of the sand trap

Nicole Miller pursues golf in college despite the difficulties that come with it. By Callie Chase Tennis shoes squeaked. Basketballs did not bounce. Nicole Miller,...

Why sports matter

Sports mean more to us than we realize. Why sports matter is a new series where the Clarion will feature different opinions on why...

Why sports matter

Abby Pautz is a journalism major at Bethel and a sports reporter for the Clarion. Her take on why sports matter is different from...

Champs!

The Bethel bullies do it again in another intense defensive outing against Augsburg. By Abby Pautz The 23-1 Bethel women’s basketball team won the MIAC regular...

Opinion

Why sports matter

Sports mean more to us than we realize. Why sports matter is a new series where the Clarion will feature different opinions on why...

Why sports matter

Abby Pautz is a journalism major at Bethel and a sports reporter for the Clarion. Her take on why sports matter is different from...

Review of Bethel Theatre’s “Pride and Prejudice”

“Pride and Prejudice” in Bethel’s Benson Great Hall was a fresh take on classic literature. By Elena Vaughn A simple gray sheet hangs behind an imitation...

Covenant in name only

By Sierra Beilby Paul Eddy, the professor of the Covenant Relationships course at Bethel, says the goal of a covenant is to “take people who...

My first solo flight

By Joshua Turek Sitting at the end of runway 21 at Branson West Airport, a Cessna 172 Skyhawk kicked up dust and exhaust while completing...

Multimedia

Housing for all

Cabinet affirms innovation proposal for on-campus living requirement By Jasmine Johnson During the November community gathering, Innovations Working Groups presented possible proposals they could implement to...

#TFTB: What is your worst habit?

https://youtu.be/UOLSJqqGMDM In the words of Trevor Limberg, “I always say I’m going to take some time to relax, but then I’m on my phone just...

#TFTB: What is the worst date you’ve ever had?

In the words of Mikayla Gratz: “We didn’t talk at all. It was very uncomfortable. At the end I gave him knucks.” From uncomfortable movies to spilled milkshakes, Bethel students talk about their worst dates in this installment of Thoughts from the Bubble.

Welcoming the new class

A look at Welcome Week and more about Bethel's newest students.

Photo gallery: Looking for the eclipse

Nearly 100 people gathered outside Bethel's Community Life Center to receive free eclipse glasses from the physics and engineering departments.

Podcasts

Ep. 8: Life is Theatre

By Zach Walker and Callie Chase On this week's episode, our hosts discuss musicals, stage fright and wearing a paper bag on your head while...

Ep. 7: Life is Family

By Zach Walker and Callie Chase On this week's episode of Life is, our hosts sit down to discuss 13-person dinners, nature vs. nurture and...

Ep. 6: Life is Halloween

By Zach Walker and Callie Chase On this week's episode, our hosts discuss candy corn, scary chefs and packing your pockets with Werther's Originals.

Ep 5: Life is Fashion

By Zach Walker and Callie Chase On this week's episode, our hosts discuss socks, Goodwill bins and pastors wearing flip flops.

Ep. 4: Life is Games

By Zach Walker and Callie Chase On this week's episode, our hosts discuss Candy Land, Bible trivia and getting hit in the eyeball with a...

Bethel announces president-elect

After 25 years at Medtronic and a year and a half as Azuza Pacific's Chief Financial Officer, Ross Allen has been named president-elect of...

Cinderella Cardinals beat Royals en route to semis

By Sam Johnson Sounds off the Robertson Center walls Tuesday night echoed with intensity. For one team, this was nothing new. For the other, a...

Changing times and diverse voices

Students hear from potential new BSG leadership By Jaimee Hood Candidates for next year’s Student Body President and Vice President met Monday to discuss their campaign...

Getting out of the sand trap

Nicole Miller pursues golf in college despite the difficulties that come with it. By Callie Chase Tennis shoes squeaked. Basketballs did not bounce. Nicole Miller,...

Why sports matter

Sports mean more to us than we realize. Why sports matter is a new series where the Clarion will feature different opinions on why...

Why sports matter

Abby Pautz is a journalism major at Bethel and a sports reporter for the Clarion. Her take on why sports matter is different from...

Champs!

The Bethel bullies do it again in another intense defensive outing against Augsburg. By Abby Pautz The 23-1 Bethel women’s basketball team won the MIAC regular...

Review of Bethel Theatre’s “Pride and Prejudice”

“Pride and Prejudice” in Bethel’s Benson Great Hall was a fresh take on classic literature. By Elena Vaughn A simple gray sheet hangs behind an imitation...

Executive Director of Student Senate resigns along with seven others

Sean Doherty announced his and seven other senators' resignations via a letter sent in a Student Senate email Monday.  By Molly Korzenowski Sean Doherty, Executive Director...

Leaving a legacy

A childhood in the inner city and four years in the military forced Bethel freshman Phil Norris to decide how he wants to be...