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“Laugh In Remembrance of Me”

Why laughter and Christianity go hand-in-hand. Trevor Erickson | The Clarion The following is an opinion piece and does not necessarily reflect the views of the...

Letter From The President: The Campus Master Plan

Zoe Vermeer | The Clarion The following was written by Bethel’s student body president, Zoe Vermeer. The views in it are Vermeer’s only and do...

My Life as a Commode Connoisseur

Comedy writer Tori Sundholm takes her trips to the bathroom very seriously.

Profanity in the Theatre

The following is an opinion piece and does not reflect the views of The Clarion. If you would like to submit an opinion piece...

The Privilege of Ignorance and the Danger in Security

The following is an opinion piece and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Clarion and its staff. If you have response or...

Out with the Old

To a young sports fan growing up in the Twin Cities, the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome was sports heaven, a place where my dad and I could spontaneously purchase Twins tickets 10 minutes before the first pitch or plan a whole Sunday around tailgating before the Vikings game.

Reframing Engagement

I loved their questions the first time. Kasey and I have been married for six months, but engagement season still tastes like stale maple syrup in the back of my mouth. It’s not like our engagement was a Nightmare on Elm Street — too few black-and-red sweaters and no drawn out chasing scenes from clumsy burn victims — but it wasn’t a Field of Dreams, either: Kevin Costner never made an appearance, and it seemed most times the only people gathering from afar came to ask how excited we were.

Letter from the President

I get the impression that to the Student Body, the Board of Trustees seems like this large, mysterious body — a group of people who no one really understands. We, as students, sense that they are significant, but we are not really sure why. I asked a few individuals what they knew about the Board of Trustees and here were a few of the responses: “I know they meet,” “not much,” and “it’s a group of people with a lot of money.”

Dear Liberal Arts Education

An opinion piece from Trevor Erickson

Letter to the Editor: Being Gay Article

On August 24, English Professor Dr. Daniel Ritchie wrote a letter to the editor in response to the article titled “Being Gay at Bethel” printed in the Clarion last May. Dr. Ritchie’s letter is as follows.

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Students hear from potential new BSG leadership By Jaimee Hood Candidates for next year’s Student Body President and Vice President met Monday to discuss their campaign...

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