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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...

A reading break from work

Kirsta Graf will be reading to kids at the Dunn Brothers where she works. Kirsta Graf, a senior at Bethel University who is in the...

Dorm hosts alcohol awareness night

Nelson Hall will update freshmen on the dangers of alcohol abuse. Nelson Hall is hosting Alcohol Awareness Night for freshmen Nov. 15 at 9 p.m.  with...

Sculptor discusses creative process

Artist Jill Downen will be speaking about her work featured in the Olson Gallery. The Bethel University Olson Art Gallery will be hosting award-winning...

One body event Tuesday night

Panelists answer questions on faith-life and community. One Body – a Q&A panel with Pastor Dan Adler, Pastor Edrin Williams, Ann Vu, Scott Soshay, and...

Fall 2018 Coeval taking shape

Literary magazine editors meet to discuss and choose content Monday. The editors of Coeval, Bethel University's literary magazine, will be scanning submissions of poetry, prose,...

Three animated films for fall break

Bethel University students can make the most of a Friday off by catching up on homework, or they could dig into some classic animated...

Breaky in Kresge on a Saturday

Some students enjoyed breakfast event, but not the outsider so much. By Callie Chase, for The Clarion Mary Hitt sat down outside for a free breakfast...

Bodien brings dorm comfort to West Lawn

Freshmen experience their first Movie on the Hill with the comfort of their new home on campus. By Sara Dvorak, for The Clarion The song "September"...

What a nickel can buy

Dr. Washington brings Peanuts psychiatry to afternoon courtyard. By Mackenzie Novak, for The Clarion Dr. William Washington set up the bright yellow psychiatric help booth Tuesday, awaiting...

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The Egg: September 14

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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...