A quick look at new Bethel arrivals from across the nation and overseas.
By Rachel Blood
This week, the Clarion spoke to incoming freshman Joshua Hahn about his journey from Canada to Oregon and how he discovered a small midwestern campus from Portland. Joshua is a neuroscience major and has been playing piano for twelve years.
Q&A: Joshua Hahn (OR)
Q: Where you were born, where did you grow up, and where do you live now?
A: I was born in Toronto, Canada, but moved straight to Portland, Oregon, and have lived here ever since.
Q: How did you first hear about Bethel?
A: I heard about Bethel through a Bethel alum. The head of the board of Bethel Alumni actually goes to my church, and they recommended the school to me.
Q: What made you choose to attend school so far from home?
A: I visited multiple schools and Bethel just felt like home. I wanted to attend a school farther from home so I could be independent and relatively self-supported.
Q: What do you plan to study at Bethel?
A: I’m hoping to major in neuroscience and maybe minor in music.
Q: Do you plan on playing sports or being involved in music or theater at Bethel?
A: I definitely will be involved in music at Bethel. I plan on being in the orchestra or an ensemble as well as the Bethel worship team (like Vespers or something).