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Transforming Bethel’s DNA

Chief Diversity Officer Ruben Rivera discusses exclusive Christianity and tackles what it means to be a reconciler amidst diversity in Bethel University’s community. By Emma...

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...

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Leaving a legacy

A childhood in the inner city and four years in the military forced Bethel freshman Phil Norris to decide how he wants to be...

Light in the midst of darkness

An immigrant with temporary protected status, Jackie Batres’s faith in Christ carries her through this season of uncertainty as family faces immediate deportation.  By Lexi...

New music director inspires excellence

Bethel University Director of Choral Activities Merrin Guice-Gill teaches that music is more than words and notes.  By Josh Sanchelli Merrin Guice-Gill stopped her class over...

Caring for the least of these

Bethel University professor works with non-profit organization for over 20 years By Chloe Peter   Leo Gabriel, a business professor at Bethel University, remembers a student...

Striving to instill hope in ministry

Whether working as an RA in Bodien or leading youth at non-profits, Bethel senior Meg Thorison puts her heart into anything that falls into...

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Leaving a legacy

A childhood in the inner city and four years in the military forced Bethel freshman Phil Norris to decide how he wants to be...

Light in the midst of darkness

An immigrant with temporary protected status, Jackie Batres’s faith in Christ carries her through this season of uncertainty as family faces immediate deportation.  By Lexi...

New music director inspires excellence

Bethel University Director of Choral Activities Merrin Guice-Gill teaches that music is more than words and notes.  By Josh Sanchelli Merrin Guice-Gill stopped her class over...

Caring for the least of these

Bethel University professor works with non-profit organization for over 20 years By Chloe Peter   Leo Gabriel, a business professor at Bethel University, remembers a student...

Striving to instill hope in ministry

Whether working as an RA in Bodien or leading youth at non-profits, Bethel senior Meg Thorison puts her heart into anything that falls into...