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30 faculty and 30 staff positions to be cut by May 2020

30 faculty and 30 staff positions to be cut by May 2020 Faculty and staff discuss upcoming cuts at faculty senate meeting and community gathering By...

Former Bethel student charged with 3 counts of sexual assault

Three female students say they were sexually assaulted last fall. By Emma Harville and Jasmine Johnson Former Bethel student and Royals running back Gideon Osamwonyi Erhabor,...

Community takes action against gun violence

A recent spike in firearm homicides leads to a discussion about possible solutions. By Molly Korzenowski A firefighter, a retired nurse, a youth sports coach, a...

After prayer and protest, student pro-life club rejected by student senate

The newly formed Bethel chapter of pro-life group Students for Life of America prayed at Planned Parenthood and recruited in Brushaber Commons before being...

Balancing your plate

Sodexo welcomes new district dietician Lexi Cournoyer to teach students how to make mindful food decisions. By Emma Eidsvoog Lexi Cournoyer, the Sodexo district dietitian, likes...

From College Republicans to Turning Point USA

Republican club gains new name under two leaders who want to focus on political ideas rather than political parties.  By Emma Eidsvoog Turning Point USA met...

‘All’s Well That Ends Well’ to be last Shakespeare production in Black Box Theatre

A wide range of 12 student-artists perform in a newly devised production of a rarely done Shakespeare play.  By Emma Harville  Bethel University theatre professor Leigh...

Seven fall activities on a college budget

Aamodt’s Apple Farm Located in Stillwater, the apple farm offers wagon rides, apple picking and live music. The bakery offers honey and apple samples and...

Bethel’s single parents gather for community and conversation

A new task force aims to unite an overlooked group of students in Bethel’s post-traditional programs through monthly dinners.  By Emma Harville Bethel University graduate student...

An interview with “@buloveletters”

A Clarion reporter sat down with the unknown showrunner behind Bethel’s most romantic Instagram page, “@bu_love_letters.” By Makenna Cook After a study abroad trip a...

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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...