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Contaminated History

Bethel awaits test results as questions arise over cancer trend Marissa Gamache | News Editor Tori Sundholm | Freelance In 1972, Bethel College students marched five miles...

Taking a Stand Against Islamophobia

Seminar encourages understanding of the Islamic faith Kelly Hinseth | Staff Writers Sarah Nelson | Staff Writers On April 14, 50 students, faculty and community members gathered...

Political Divide

A seemingly split student body raise questions of political tolerance and understanding among Democrats and Republicans. Marissa Gamache | News Editor Cece Gaines | Freelance Kellie...

Monday Morning Coffee: Ginkgo

  Because everyone needs at least one cup of coffee on a Monday! Lexi Friesen | Social Media Editor Coffee Shop: Ginkgo Menu/Prices: Senior Nikki Betzler stated, “The...

Road to Reconciliation

Abby Peterson | The Clarion Led by Bethel professor Karen McKinney, Bethel seminary alum and Mohican Jim Bear Jacobs and student Conor Rasmusen, the spring break...

Housing the Humanities

The Humanities program partners with Student Life to pilot Bethel’s first Living and Learning Community. Lauren Clyne | The Clarion There are big changes coming to the...

Do More. Get Hired.

  Bethel graduate John Griffith, ’84, turned a business degree into a VP position at Target Corporation and shares secrets to his success. Marissa Gamache | News Editor As...

Bethel Wellness Center: Up and Running

Wellness Center strives to cement status as the premier health center at Bethel. Godfrey Mpetey | The Clarion On Oct. 12, 2015, Bethel University ushered in the...

Interns on a Mission

A behind-the-scenes look at Praying Pelicans Missions and the interns leading short-term trips. Lexi Friesen | Social Media Editor We see the Facebook posts and hear...

When It’s Close to You

Bethel student Brook Stensgard woke up the morning of March 22 to find out the city she was sleeping in had been bombed by...

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Twin Cities in pain: Where do we go from here?

Bethel community reacts to the death of George Floyd. By Molly Korzenowski    Derek Chauvin, the police officer who pinned George Floyd with his knee Tuesday was...

We won’t be the same

From India to Arden Hills, seven members of the Bethel extended community share how the pandemic has impacted employment, education and family. By The Clarion...

“Let’s spend some time”: Aastha Gill

A graduate student from India reflects on the benefits the lockdown brings: time to spend with her parents, exercise more and practice her vocals....

“You can get a hold of me whenever”: Dan Rotach

A Bethel adjunct professor used to spend almost every weekend building LEGOs with his grandson. Although the pandemic changed that routine, the two still...

“People want to do good”: Paige Cornwell

A Seattle Times reporter reflects on covering the early stages if COVID-19 as well as how the pandemic has shifted the lives of thousands...

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Twin Cities in pain: Where do we go from here?

Bethel community reacts to the death of George Floyd. By Molly Korzenowski    Derek Chauvin, the police officer who pinned George Floyd with his knee Tuesday was...

We won’t be the same

From India to Arden Hills, seven members of the Bethel extended community share how the pandemic has impacted employment, education and family. By The Clarion...

“Let’s spend some time”: Aastha Gill

A graduate student from India reflects on the benefits the lockdown brings: time to spend with her parents, exercise more and practice her vocals....

“You can get a hold of me whenever”: Dan Rotach

A Bethel adjunct professor used to spend almost every weekend building LEGOs with his grandson. Although the pandemic changed that routine, the two still...

“People want to do good”: Paige Cornwell

A Seattle Times reporter reflects on covering the early stages if COVID-19 as well as how the pandemic has shifted the lives of thousands...