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What have you been streaming?

Have you just been watching The Office again? Binging Planet Earth? Waiting for the eventual release of Planes 2: Fire and Rescue? Students share what they've...

What’s been stressing you out?

Are you pulling your hair out because you can't buy half-priced apps? Does your dad ask you to help with way too many projects...

Without a lesson plan

Bethel student teachers lost the in-classroom experience, and even though many are still finding ways to teach, nothing feels the same. By Zach Walker On the...

How are you passing time?

Have you been binging Tiger King? Baking unnecessary amounts of chocolate chip cookies? Staring at the wall? Bethel students share how they pass the time...

A taste of home

Bethel University senior Ku Gay Nahpay leads missions trip to Thailand to serve Karen and Thai community.  By Emma Eidsvoog Senior social work major Ku Gay...

Let’s talk about online classes

Do you miss in-class discussions? Are you thriving with independent learning? Bethel students share their opinions on the shift to virtual learning. Part of the...

What’s been your lowest point?

We've all cried a little during quarantine. Bethel students talk about the lowest points they have felt amidst all the COVID-19 changes since the...

Nursing open wounds

As Bethel transitions to online learning, the hands-on nursing department grieves the loss of cornerstone education methods while still finding ways to heal. By Zach...

COVID-19 through the eyes of a health professional

By Emma Harville  Now a physician assistant in the Twin Cities, 2015 Bethel University graduate Greta Sowles gives insight on the realities of being an...

What to read, watch, listen to and eat while stuck in quarantine

With online classes and the shelter-in-place order keeping everyone at home, we all have had quite a bit more time on our hands than...

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UCB launches small groups

UCB kicks-off cultural subgroups with lawn games and treats  By Molly Korzenowski Students were invited to play a game of giant Jenga, spike ball and an...

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...