Humor, satire and sarcasm
Being single gets a bad rap on Valentine’s Day, but it’s one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. By Samuel Krueger I laughed when my editor asked me to write a column about love for Valentines Day. I haven’t been in a serious, committed relationship since freshman year of college and now I am about to graduate in December. Nevertheless, I agreed. Contrary to what one might think, being single in college is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. My first year at Bethel, I broke up with my high school sweetheart. Though the breakup was tough, it did not break me. My three year relationship was amazing and overwhelmingly positive. Prom, hour-long goodbyes, surprise dates down to Stillwater and pushing vis hours to the limits, I can honestly say that have no regrets. Moving on from that relationship was hard, but it was made easier once…
Opinion | Men, just stop it.
Opinion | Our values aren’t handcuffs.
A column reexamining the 2016 election and why Donald Trump won.
Bethel is a full-time job for students. Let’s take a break.
Although Barack Obama’s program began with good intentions, we must honor Congress and the Constitution.
If taxes aren’t fairly distributed to rural Minnesota towns, we might watch them disappear.
Could the media’s treatment of Donald Trump mean the loss of journalistic objectivity?
A column by Samuel Krueger examining the National Rifle Association’s silence after the death of Philando Castile.