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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.

A Whimsy lifestyle

Allie Lundeen and her sisters own a home decor shop called Whimsy Green at her home in Dassel, Minn. which brings together women from all over the United States.

Life after addiction

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...

24 hours at Bethel

The Clarion spread out across Bethel's campus Monday, May 1 armed with cameras, notebooks and tripods. Here's a multimedia peek of 24 hours at...

THE PULL: Author Jackie Lea Sommers

  By Arts & Culture Staff | Edited by Kellie Lawless | Photos by Carlo Holmberg Jackie Lea Sommers graduated from the University of Northwestern-St. Paul with a...

THE PULL: Washington Post reporter Faiz Siddiqui

By Arts & Culture Staff | Edited by Abby Petersen Faiz Siddiqui left the plains of Ohio and Nebraska to ride bikes, buses and Uber in Washington...

Interview Project: Elias Ciesluk

Senior music major Elias Ciesluk opens up about his faith, sexuality and gender identity.

Interview Project: Maddie Ritter

Bethel University junior Maddie Ritter wants to be different. In middle and high school she was the weird kid, but she liked it and...

Interview Project: Justice Chaffee

Bethel University sophomore Justice Chaffee shares about his struggles growing up as a black male in a predominantly white community. He comes from Virginia, Minnesota raised by...

Interview Project: Keaton Shinn

Bethel University freshman Keaton Shinn talks about the struggles of living a life in two worlds.

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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...

New music director inspires excellence

Bethel University Director of Choral Activities Merrin Guice-Gill teaches that music is more than words and notes.  By Josh Sanchelli Merrin Guice-Gill stopped her class over...

Caring for the least of these

Bethel University professor works with non-profit organization for over 20 years By Chloe Peter   Leo Gabriel, a business professor at Bethel University, remembers a student...

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...

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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...

New music director inspires excellence

Bethel University Director of Choral Activities Merrin Guice-Gill teaches that music is more than words and notes.  By Josh Sanchelli Merrin Guice-Gill stopped her class over...

Caring for the least of these

Bethel University professor works with non-profit organization for over 20 years By Chloe Peter   Leo Gabriel, a business professor at Bethel University, remembers a student...

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...