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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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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...

“Our better days are ahead”: Ross Allen

Bethel University president elect reflects on his first semester at Bethel, COVID-19 and plans moving forward. By Molly Korzenowski President Elect Ross Allen misses being able...

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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...

“Our better days are ahead”: Ross Allen

Bethel University president elect reflects on his first semester at Bethel, COVID-19 and plans moving forward. By Molly Korzenowski President Elect Ross Allen misses being able...