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A 1950s Hangover

Ring by spring culture is reminiscent of the 1950s. By Josh Towner Graduation in May....

A life without taste

Bethel University freshman uses a rare diagnosis as motivation to become a nurse. By Kate Holstein

Badminton, roundnet and neuroscience. Oh my.

BSG welcomes eight new groups to the clubs and organizations roster. By Laura Osterlund The BC bustles on a snowy Tuesday afternoon with voices and...

Student’s design comes to life in mural painted by Bethel community members

The Advanced Painting class hosted a Painting Party in the Makerspace for students to piece together sophomore graphic design student Thanh Nguyen's vision.   By...

Becoming the person she needed: From homelessness to Street Ministry

Bobbie Jo Chapkin started a street ministry in the North Minneapolis community to reach the marginalized with love and the message of Christ.  By Molly...

Keeping the ’90s alive

Sophomore Zach Fisk runs an Instagram Clothing account that will one day lead to a brick and mortar presence. By Diana Clark It was all about...

The yes man

Micah BigEagle comes to Bethel with a lot more life experiences than the average freshman.  By Laura Osterlund Micah BigEagle knew how they looked at...

What it feels like … (creativity edition)

What it feels like … to get stuck in a rut Mary Hitt sat in a computer desk chair. She waited at an easel. She...

What it feels like… (to impact others)

What it feels like… to guide a student to the humanities For the first time in her career, professor Sara Shady thought to herself, "If...

What it feels like … (generic edition)

What it feels like to ... check IDs Sophomore Riley Smith surveyed the entrance through glass panes. Inside the small security hut at the west...

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AC lounge gets new carpet

Carpet is being installed to match the new science hallway.  By Molly Korzenowski The Academic Center second floor lounge will be closed today and Wednesday...
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A never-ending ministry

Bethel Seminary alum becomes director of the new Office of Military and Veteran Services, retiring from a life of military service and...

No hair, new normal

Alopecia, a hair loss disease, affects at least six students and faculty at Bethel University where, between physics majors and English professors,...

PHOTO ESSAY: Men’s soccer falls to Simpson in non-conference play

The Bethel men's soccer team dropped their second match in a row Saturday, losing to Simpson College 1-0. Photos by Emma Gottschalk        

PHOTO ESSAY: Royals volleyball hosts Bethel Invitational, goes 1-2

The Bethel volleyball team opened their home slate in the Bethel Invitational and defeated UW-Stout Friday before falling to St. Norbert College and Minnesota-Morris...

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AC lounge gets new carpet

Carpet is being installed to match the new science hallway.  By Molly Korzenowski The Academic Center second floor lounge will be closed today and Wednesday...

A never-ending ministry

Bethel Seminary alum becomes director of the new Office of Military and Veteran Services, retiring from a life of military service and...

No hair, new normal

Alopecia, a hair loss disease, affects at least six students and faculty at Bethel University where, between physics majors and English professors,...

PHOTO ESSAY: Men’s soccer falls to Simpson in non-conference play

The Bethel men's soccer team dropped their second match in a row Saturday, losing to Simpson College 1-0. Photos by Emma Gottschalk        

PHOTO ESSAY: Royals volleyball hosts Bethel Invitational, goes 1-2

The Bethel volleyball team opened their home slate in the Bethel Invitational and defeated UW-Stout Friday before falling to St. Norbert College and Minnesota-Morris...