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Why sports matter

Abby Pautz is a journalism major at Bethel and a sports reporter for the Clarion. Her take on why sports matter is different from...

Review of Bethel Theatre’s “Pride and Prejudice”

“Pride and Prejudice” in Bethel’s Benson Great Hall was a fresh take on classic literature. By Elena Vaughn A simple gray sheet hangs behind an imitation...

Covenant in name only

By Sierra Beilby Paul Eddy, the professor of the Covenant Relationships course at Bethel, says the goal of a covenant is to “take people who...

My first solo flight

By Joshua Turek Sitting at the end of runway 21 at Branson West Airport, a Cessna 172 Skyhawk kicked up dust and exhaust while completing...

Above and beyond

By Joshua Turek Let’s be honest. Our faculty and staff do not work at Bethel for the money. Many of them could choose more lucrative...

American Dream (And other things I contemplate on my way to school)

By Sierra Beilby I rise every morning at 5:30 before the sun has its coffee. I drive down 694 to student teach at Minnetonka High...

Finding my true home

By Sam Johnson If there is one thing I have learned in New York City, it’s that Minnesota will always be my home. No disrespect to...

Letter from the Editor

By Jasmine Johnson Memories of street lights turning off without warning and eery adventures exploring underground tunnels in the old seminary building bounced between staff...

Who should be able to run for Student Body President and Vice President?

By Joshua Turek It was the third to last meeting of the year, and the Student Senate room was packed with people. Students from club...

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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...