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Building a Future

It’s not unheard of for colleges to offer classes for students with intellectual handicaps. This year, however, Bethel became the first accredited university to add the residential component as a part of what is called the BUILD program.

The Suite Life

For the first time in Bethel history, freshmen students are living in Lissner, in a six-person suite-style dorm that has previously been reserved for sophomore and upperclassmen housing.

Being Gay at Bethel

This is a story about love, theology, fear and policy. It's about honesty, change, discomfort and pain. It's a story that's been left untold.

Bethel Cultivates World Changers Through Study Abroad

Students develop global knowledge through nationally ranked programs.

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Cinderella Cardinals beat Royals en route to semis

By Sam Johnson Sounds off the Robertson Center walls Tuesday night echoed with intensity. For one team, this was nothing new. For the other, a...

Changing times and diverse voices

Students hear from potential new BSG leadership By Jaimee Hood Candidates for next year’s Student Body President and Vice President met Monday to discuss their campaign...

Getting out of the sand trap

Nicole Miller pursues golf in college despite the difficulties that come with it. By Callie Chase Tennis shoes squeaked. Basketballs did not bounce. Nicole Miller,...

Why sports matter

Sports mean more to us than we realize. Why sports matter is a new series where the Clarion will feature different opinions on why...

Why sports matter

Abby Pautz is a journalism major at Bethel and a sports reporter for the Clarion. Her take on why sports matter is different from...

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Cinderella Cardinals beat Royals en route to semis

By Sam Johnson Sounds off the Robertson Center walls Tuesday night echoed with intensity. For one team, this was nothing new. For the other, a...

Changing times and diverse voices

Students hear from potential new BSG leadership By Jaimee Hood Candidates for next year’s Student Body President and Vice President met Monday to discuss their campaign...

Getting out of the sand trap

Nicole Miller pursues golf in college despite the difficulties that come with it. By Callie Chase Tennis shoes squeaked. Basketballs did not bounce. Nicole Miller,...

Why sports matter

Sports mean more to us than we realize. Why sports matter is a new series where the Clarion will feature different opinions on why...

Why sports matter

Abby Pautz is a journalism major at Bethel and a sports reporter for the Clarion. Her take on why sports matter is different from...