Bethel has a problem with welcoming the stranger.
Advising Day is a symbol for how Bethel and its students fill up their lives with too much stuff.
MyBethel server replaces “outdated” Blink.
The print edition of the Sept. 14, 2017 issue of The Clarion.
The Clarion reached out to some recent graduates of Bethel University to see what wisdom and advice their time in the world outside the Bethel bubble has given them. Here’s what they said.
Student wears Blackhawks sweatshirt to class with Native American instructor.
When students struggle to find parking, Bethel’s security and safety has an option.
A variety of Christian denominations represent the 13 colleges and universities within the MIAC conference, all of which present different campus lifestyle implications for students. The Clarion investigated: How has the theological standing of your school shaped your college experience, and/or how prevalent is this particular denomination within campus life? By Anna Bauer | News Reporter St. Catherine University Ashley Wadman, a junior physical therapy major at St. Catherine’s University, explained how attending a Catholic school has shaped the community aspects of campus life. While Wadman was raised primarily Lutheran and did not choose to attend St. Kate’s because of its religious affiliations, she nonetheless enjoys the faith-based opportunities provided for students such as chapel services and several required biblical/social justice classes. Wadman explained that many of the professors/nuns on campus have gotten into trouble on several occasions for supporting the LGBTQ community – she is surprised by how liberal campus life…
We must support the free expression of ideas.
A panel held at Bethel celebrated the histories of black individuals and what it means to be a person of color in the workplace.