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Spring in to these ice cream shops

By Taylor Fondie With temperatures rising now that spring is finally here, it’s the perfect time to hit your old favorite, or maybe discover a...

From small town to the Big Apple

Lacey Benz studies at Bethel and learns to fuse her faith and business career together. By Judd Martinson and Emma Eidsvoog Lacey Benz went from...

Prism: Not just a Bible study

The discipleship group for LGBTQ+ and same-sex attracted students formed last spring under Campus Ministries, following the vision of Bethel University By Zach Walker and...

Athletic training program moving into graduate school

By Sam Johnson Amid administrative changes, Bethel is transitioning its program into the graduate school, creating mixed emotions on...

A warm community in a cold climate

Vice president for Student Life Dr. William Washington braced the outdoor cold for an inward warmth. By Dr. Washington I was content and comfortable at the...

Paradox panel

Three professors discuss artwork from the new gallery show By Elena Vaughn The Underground was...

The self-serving identity crisis

A manifesto on being a 20-something with a migrating identity. By Jamie Hudalla | Columnist Recently, I put myself in a time-out for the weekend. Three friends...

We are all Bethel stereotypes

By Josh Towner I like to think of myself as an independent person who isn’t tied down by the cliches and stereotypes at Bethel. I...

The Bethel starter pack

Everything that you need to survive and thrive in the Bethel Bubble. Captions by Jamie Hudalla, Lindsey Micucci and Mary Hitt. Photos by Katie Viesselman...

Bethel’s past, present and future

Shaped by founders and changed by time, Bethel tries to pinpoint its identity. By Jasmine Johnson

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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...