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From combat to classroom

Bethel University College of Adult and Professional Studies student Brad Williams made it through active combat in the Vietnam War, 300 skin-cancer removal surgeries...

Wanderlust: Parts Unknown

When I feel wanderlust, I open Netflix and I watch this... By Josh Towner Anthony Bourdain waltzed through his Greek villa, tossed his towel from his...

Breathing with no air

What it feels like to panic 60 feet underwater. By Sarah Bushard I jumped into the crashing waves. 15 pounds of gear and millions more of...

Freshman Starter Pack

Tips, tricks and general advice compiled by Clarion staff to help people act like they’ve been going to Bethel their whole life.

A hyphenated identity

In her new memoir, Bethel University linguistics professor, Ruslana Westerlund, chronicles her cross-cultural journey from a village in Ukraine to the United States. By Emma...

An interview with @unbethical

A Clarion reporter sat down with the phantom behind Bethel’s most popular meme page, “@unbethical.” By Taylor Fondie and Makenna Cook In the Beginning Q) When did...

Blood sugar, insulin and fruit snacks

What it feels like to be a type 1 diabetic. By Matt Teigland My alarm buzzed with the standard Apple alarm sound. I rolled out of...

At your service

Doug Kojetin has worked as a member of Bethel’s Facilities Management team for four and a half years, but he serves the...

Day of Movement: a photo essay

Oasis for Orphans club held the Day of Movement in the Sports and Recreation Center Saturday May 11. By...

Becoming the person she needed: From homelessness to Street Ministry

Bobbie Jo Chapkin started a street ministry in the North Minneapolis community to reach the marginalized with love and the message of Christ.  By Molly...

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The Egg, Episode 1: April 7, 2020

Inspired by theSkimm, longer than the E-announcements, created with your short attention span in mind.   By Jaimee Hood Almost two weeks after Governor Tim Walz issued...

‘Trusted leader, remarkable listener’

Dr. Julie Finnern is announced as the next Associate Provost for the College of Arts and Sciences. By Jaimee Hood Dr. Julie Finnern worked in education...

When plans change

By Sierra Beilby It’s a Friday afternoon, and I’m standing in Transportation Security Administration at the Minneapolis airport. The woman looking at my license has...

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...

Where can you get your sports fix?

By Joe Hiti For the first time in recent memory, the five major sports of the world have been shut down from middle school to...

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The Egg, Episode 1: April 7, 2020

Inspired by theSkimm, longer than the E-announcements, created with your short attention span in mind.   By Jaimee Hood Almost two weeks after Governor Tim Walz issued...

‘Trusted leader, remarkable listener’

Dr. Julie Finnern is announced as the next Associate Provost for the College of Arts and Sciences. By Jaimee Hood Dr. Julie Finnern worked in education...

When plans change

By Sierra Beilby It’s a Friday afternoon, and I’m standing in Transportation Security Administration at the Minneapolis airport. The woman looking at my license has...

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...

Where can you get your sports fix?

By Joe Hiti For the first time in recent memory, the five major sports of the world have been shut down from middle school to...