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History professor Amy Poppinga brings interfaith dialogue from her view as a Christian historian of Islam at Bethel University. By Sierra Smith  Amy Poppinga woke up...

International voices

At Thursday’s Multicultural Festival, several cultures at Bethel were represented through dance, music, art, food and clothing. We asked everyone to tell a story...

Living a double life

Bethel University sophomore Alex Telford finds a way to set and accomplish goals in the Army and at Bethel.  By Carolynne Camp Bethel University sophomore Alex...

‘Count Your Blessings’

Over interim, seven groups of students and faculty traveled across the world in order to immerse themselves in cross-cultural learning experiences outside the traditional...

The bi-winged aeroplane and the Bethel band director

Wind symphony conductor Steven Thompson’s journey to becoming a cornerstone in the Bethel Music Department. By Kellie Hedberg The infamous “Bi-wing-ed Aeroplane”  joke goes like this... “One...

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...

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...

What comes next

A Bethel volleyball player shares what it feels like to lose and keep going.  By Macie Gavic The ball pounded the floor with a slap as...

Fighting for film

Media production professor Nick Swedlund believes in the future of Bethel film even though he may not be a part of it. By Makenna Cook Nick...

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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...