Bethel University freshman Ryan Davis plans to run the world’s fastest mile this spring – wearing scuba flippers.
Ken Rohly spends his days teaching chemistry at a private university in Arden Hills, but outside the classroom he has helped develop more than 100 devices for the world’s largest standalone medical equipment company.
Students share the challenges of playing for two teams at Bethel.
How LaTroy Hawkins, a retired MLB pitcher and current Minnesota Twins assistant manager, climbed his way out of poverty and helps those who weren’t fortunate enough to do the same.
How a Bethel University sophomore became the second youngest Minnesota Vikings cheerleader on the team.
Hannah Johnson, a standout MIAC basketball player, was selected to travel to Brazil over the summer with a national team.
When it comes to room decor, the cheaper the cuter – even outside of Bethel University.
Letting go of something heavy feels good – usually.
Bethel club lacrosse athletes get most of the leftovers, but nobody’s complaining.
Bethel University junior Maddie Ritter wants to be different. In middle and high school she was the weird kid, but she liked it and embraced it. Being weird was her identity. When coming to college she felt the need to stick true to that personality. To this day she struggles proving her nonconformity, but still finds herself wanting to be like everyone else. With the looks of her bright blue hair and distinct style others might describe her as confident, however she’s just faking it to make it. – Produced and videographed by Maddie DeBilzan, Maddie Christy and Alayna Hoy