The Clarion reached out to some recent graduates of Bethel University to see what wisdom and advice their time in the world outside the Bethel bubble has given them. Here’s what they said.
Michael Hoberg went from a high school graduate to a twice-deployed soldier to a veteran all by age 23.
Maxfield Elementary School makes a difference in the upbringing of the children in the Rondo community by providing its students with resources to promote self-esteem and values stretching far beyond the classroom.
Bernon Lee shares his thoughts on teaching, Bethel’s community and seasickness.
How ceramics saved Bethel University artist Ben Soper from high school and college depression. By Miranda Weippert | Features Reporter Bethel University sophomore Ben Soper sits on a four-legged stool hunched over the front of the […]
The budding mural scene in Minneapolis is developing its own style. Local muralists work with the community to create something more than trendy. They aim to create something transformative. By Jamie Hudalla and Callie Schmidt […]
Lorraine Eitel, former Bethel University student professor, is an 81-year-old with a metal hip who is married to travel, long walks and a whole lot of books.
Ben Warnock sits cross-legged on his grey sheeted bed. Folding and unfolding his hands, breathing faster than normal, a half-mouthed smile disappears and reforms on his lips. Warnock is ready to share his story. He […]
The number of women in ministry, despite being one of the most polarizing issues in the church, is growing. By Bri Shaw and Sarah Nelson|Clarion Reporters Pastor Laurel Bunker made her way up the wooden […]
Literature is beginning to shed light on topics ranging from mental disorders to racial differences, and Bethel University is following suit. By Kellie Lawless and Sam Petterson | Reporters Susan Brooks believes in windows […]