Senior art major explores themes of diversity through photography.
Do you ever wonder what the person sitting across from you in The Grill is listening to? The Clarion wonders the same thing!
Rachel Wingbermuehle discusses her perspective on Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead.)
Former Bethel student finishes five and a half month backpacking trip across the United States.
Do you ever wonder what the person sitting across from you in The Grill is listening to? The Clarion wonders the same thing! We asked random Bethel students and faculty, “What was the last song you listened to?” and compiled the results into this playlist. Follow The Clarion on Spotify to listen to this playlist and stay updated with playlists to come.
The Clarion asked 15 people what the last song they listed to was. Here’s the playlist.
Bethel Royals cheer their way through Homecoming week.
Bethel University’s new creative laboratory provides resources for student and faculty’s experimentation and collaboration.
Highlights of Dave Kansas’ talk with Bethel journalists.
Bethel University’s brand new disc golf course attracts professional competition. By McKenzie Van Loh and Godfrey Mpetey | Additional reporting by Josh Towner Professional disc golfer Chris Porter approaches the tee pad. He furrows his brow as he inspects the concrete surface through his dark-rimmed glasses. Too much sand. He hastily reaches for his straw broom and begins to sweep away the competition-or the dirt they left on the tee pad that is. Excess sand can lead to slipping during the final step of the throw, and Porter will not take that chance while competing in Bethel University’s first PDGA sanctioned disc golf tournament. The tournament, hosted April 22-23 attracted disc golfers from Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin and Canada. 100 amateurs competed April 22 and 60 pros competed April 23. Every spot in the tournament filled. Theology professor Jim Beilby, alongside manager of grounds Josh Gerth, had proposed plans for…