The Bethel baseball team opened its season playing on the Vikings field.
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The Bethel men’s basketball team advanced to the MIAC playoff final in a 79-57 over St. Olaf. By Jared Martinson. Additional reporting by Josh Towner. The Bethel men’s basketball team punched its ticket to the MIAC championship game in thrilling fashion, defeating St. Olaf by a score of 79-57 on Friday night. The Royals knocked off the Oles for the first time this season after failing to do so both times in regular season play. Bethel was paced by sophomore guard Jack Jenson, who tallied 17 points and seven rebounds. Junior Matt Ambriz added 15 points on five three-pointers and Derek Magnuson worked inside for his 14 points and eight rebounds. The Royals had four players in double figures and two more with eight points each, displaying great balance on the offensive end. The game was tight for the first 25 minutes, with the game tied up at halftime by…
Bethel advances to the semifinal against St. Olaf after 71-66 win over Carleton College. By Josh Towner The Bethel men’s basketball team defeated Carleton College 71-66 in the MIAC quarterfinal. The Royals rallied back from down 11 points with 10 minutes to go, taking the lead in the final minutes of the game. Bethel led for most of the first half, but fell behind 36-34 at the break due to a number of costly turnovers on offense. They trailed for most of the second half, but managed a comeback in part because of the Carleton Knights’ abundance of fouls. The Royals were in the bonus with more than 10 minutes to go, leading to key free throws in crunch time. The Royals were led in scoring by junior Matt Ambriz, who scored 21 points on a blistering 7 of 8 from the three point line. Sophomore Granger Kingland poured in…
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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 mindlessly scrolling through Facebook everyday. That’s not very relaxing.” From swallowing too loud to not doing laundry, Bethel students share their worst habits on this installment of Thoughts from the Bubble. -Videographed by Maddie Christy, Josh Towner and Jake Van Loh. Produced by Josh Towner. Music is Back in Summer by Nicolai Heidlas.
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.
Bernon Lee shares his thoughts on teaching, Bethel’s community and seasickness.
Lorraine Eitel, former Bethel University student professor, is an 81-year-old with a metal hip who is married to travel, long walks and a whole lot of books.
Bethel Royals’ pregame habits lead to success on the field.