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“You can get a hold of me whenever”: Dan Rotach

A Bethel adjunct professor used to spend almost every weekend building LEGOs with his grandson. Although the pandemic changed that routine, the two still...

“People want to do good”: Paige Cornwell

A Seattle Times reporter reflects on covering the early stages if COVID-19 as well as how the pandemic has shifted the lives of thousands...

“Our better days are ahead”: Ross Allen

Bethel University president elect reflects on his first semester at Bethel, COVID-19 and plans moving forward. By Molly Korzenowski President Elect Ross Allen misses being able...

“There was no more excuse”: Zach Tebow

One of the few students left on campus, across the world from his family, a Bethel senior has had no problems keeping himself occupied. By...

“How lucky am I to be healthy and alive right now?”: Sally Boden

In the transition from studying abroad back to her home in Brisbane, an Australian student has a new perspective on business as usual. By Jaimee Hood “We’ve...

“Everyone has something they want to change”: Justine Jaenisch

Bethel senior uses her free time to grocery shop for elderly residents of her home town who at high risk of COVID-19 effects.  By Emily...

24 hours with a teen artist

I spent the day following Kiersten, my 17-year-old sister, around the house. I learned more about what she likes to do and how she’s...

Who are you thinking about?

In this final installment of the #TFTB Quarantine series, Bethel students share who and what they're thinking about during this the pandemic.  Video by Jessica...

17 Mother’s Day gifts your mom will actually use

Mother's Day is less than a week away, and Clarion editors searched the depths of Amazon.com for the best Mother's Day gifts so you...

What’s the silver lining?

Is the environment healing? Did you teach your parents how to play a board game? Bethel students try to find a silver lining amidst...

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The Egg: September 14

Inspired by theSkimm, longer than the E-announcements, created with your short attention span in mind. By Mandy Mach A slight rise in COVID-19 cases as Bethel...

Compromising this upcoming spring

By Abby Pautz Fall sports: football, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, hockey, cross country, and soccer, have been pushed back to the spring of 2021....

The Egg: September 7

Inspired by theSkimm, longer than the E-announcements, created with your short attention span in mind. By Mandy Mach Happy Labor Day and welcome to week two!  Last...

A new reality

How Bethel’s tight-knit, Christ-centered community is prepared (and ill-prepared) to handle the COVID-19 pandemic. By Morgan Day  “That’s 27…” my roommate joked as we passed by...

A rundown of the apps Bethel students need this year.

By Rachel Blood Bethel utilizes various free apps to organize student life, dining, recreation and more. CampusClear, a self-screening app, uses health monitoring to execute a...