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Building a Design Empire

Sophomore student turns her passion into profit.

A Call to Reconcile

On Monday, September 21, Bethel’s Student Senate meeting had a significantly higher attendance than usual. Senate was being asked by United Cultures of Bethel to “step up” and pass a bill that would fund the Cultural Connections Center. The requested money would go toward a variety of resources including books and artifacts as part of the addition.

Freshman Parents Reflect on Move-in

Freshman Megan Olson embarked on a 20 mile journey from her home in Maple Grove to transition to life at Bethel. Megan Olson’s parents weren’t surprised by all of the help, but the enthusiasm and energy of the move-in crew caught them off guard.

Women in Ministry

Female professors in the biblical and theological studies department face challenges and celebrate progress

Cultural Connections Center: Set to Open Next Fall

New space in Clausen Center aims to promote understanding, friendship and shalom. Jenny Hudalla | Editor-in-Chief Cherie Suonvieri | Managing Editor Published April 16, 2015 in The...

DO #BLACKLIVESMATTER AT BETHEL?

Community discussion of race yields more questions than answers Jenny Hudalla| Editor-In-Chief Published in Issue 13 of The Clarion year 2014-2015 "We need more chairs.” That’s what a...

Bethel Cultivates World Changers Through Study Abroad

Students develop global knowledge through nationally ranked programs.

Will security give your vehicle “the boot?”

Cherie Suonvieri | Managing Editor Published in The Clarion 2014 - 2015 Nearly everyone on Bethel’s campus has seen one — a car plastered with parking...

Controversial Swirls Around Faculty Compensation

Salary freezes and retirement cuts become source of contention Jenny Hudalla | Editor-in-Chief Cherie Suonvieri | Managing Editor Published in The Clarion November 6, 2014 Nothing causes a stir...

Ebola Outbreak

Fighting an invisible enemy an ocean away Jenny Hudalla | Editor-in-Chief Taylor McElree | Staff Writer Published in The Clarion 2014 - 2015 Inside Ebola: Bethel Students Speak...

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Classes to be graded with pass/fail system

A faculty email from Associate Provost Deborah Sullivan-Trainor Wednesday night announced that 'pass/fail' will be the default grading system for most spring semester classes. By...

Quarantine Intro Survey

Bethel has gone online for the rest of the semester, and all students are vacating their dorms. Is anyone excited for online learning? Is...

Bethel to transition to virtual learning through end of semester

A community-wide email sent Wednesday morning explained the university's decision to deliver all classroom instruction through a virtual medium in response to COVID-19. By Zach...

World class gardener

History professor Amy Poppinga brings interfaith dialogue from her view as a Christian historian of Islam at Bethel University. By Sierra Smith  Amy Poppinga woke up...

Wondering how online classes will work? Here’s what professors have to say.

Clarion staff members reached out to professors to gauge how different departments will operate amidst the recent announcement of a two-week online education period.  By...

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Classes to be graded with pass/fail system

A faculty email from Associate Provost Deborah Sullivan-Trainor Wednesday night announced that 'pass/fail' will be the default grading system for most spring semester classes. By...

Quarantine Intro Survey

Bethel has gone online for the rest of the semester, and all students are vacating their dorms. Is anyone excited for online learning? Is...

Bethel to transition to virtual learning through end of semester

A community-wide email sent Wednesday morning explained the university's decision to deliver all classroom instruction through a virtual medium in response to COVID-19. By Zach...

World class gardener

History professor Amy Poppinga brings interfaith dialogue from her view as a Christian historian of Islam at Bethel University. By Sierra Smith  Amy Poppinga woke up...

Wondering how online classes will work? Here’s what professors have to say.

Clarion staff members reached out to professors to gauge how different departments will operate amidst the recent announcement of a two-week online education period.  By...