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Forever catching up

The story of 10 minutes, two public-speaking notecards and one epic failure. By Emma Eidsvoog Emma Eidsvoog sat in her parents’ red station wagon and wished...

CWIXT or CWILT?

A faculty-run committee details potential general education requirement changes By Molly Korzenowski    Foreign language would no longer be required. Students would have more control over the...

All little butterflies

Bethel University athlete, business student, SHIFT leader and friend to many, Anthony Nelson, died July 29, but his legacy still touches classrooms, courts and...

Banquet Food Review

I review a meal I didn't eat. By Zach Walker All I can tell you is that the gluten-free meal was a solid seven out...

Walking the wire

What it’s like to grow up in the circus. By Makenna Cook | Clarion Correspondent Darkness...

Stressed: Planet Earth

When I’m stressed and anxious, I open Netflix and watch this…  By Emma Harville, Features Reporter 

Top 10 Coffee Shops Worth Visiting in the Twin Cities

It takes more than a quick hit of caffeine and sugar to create a worthwhile coffee experience. Here’s a look at...

AC lounge gets new carpet

Carpet is being installed to match the new science hallway.  By Molly Korzenowski The Academic Center second floor lounge will be closed today and Wednesday...

A never-ending ministry

Bethel Seminary alum becomes director of the new Office of Military and Veteran Services, retiring from a life of military service and...

No hair, new normal

Alopecia, a hair loss disease, affects at least six students and faculty at Bethel University where, between physics majors and English professors,...

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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...