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When plans change

By Sierra Beilby It’s a Friday afternoon, and I’m standing in Transportation Security Administration at the Minneapolis airport. The woman looking at my license has...

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...

Is the Education System Broken?

By Sierra Beilby When I student taught at Minnetonka High School, I recognized myself in my 10th graders. I pretended like I didn’t; I had...

The lonely way back

Having changed after a semester abroad, you find everything else has changed, too. By Laura Osterlund Everything is different. You’ve changed, but so has everyone else....

And there aren’t enough lifeboats for all of us

By Sierra Beilby I never cried at the love scenes in The Titanic. I never cared about Jack and Rose—they are both overly curated characters,...

Why sports matter

Sports mean more to us than we realize. Why sports matter is a new series where the Clarion will feature different opinions on why...

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...

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The Egg: September 14

Inspired by theSkimm, longer than the E-announcements, created with your short attention span in mind. By Mandy Mach A slight rise in COVID-19 cases as Bethel...

Compromising this upcoming spring

By Abby Pautz Fall sports: football, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, hockey, cross country, and soccer, have been pushed back to the spring of 2021....

The Egg: September 7

Inspired by theSkimm, longer than the E-announcements, created with your short attention span in mind. By Mandy Mach Happy Labor Day and welcome to week two!  Last...

A new reality

How Bethel’s tight-knit, Christ-centered community is prepared (and ill-prepared) to handle the COVID-19 pandemic. By Morgan Day  “That’s 27…” my roommate joked as we passed by...

A rundown of the apps Bethel students need this year.

By Rachel Blood Bethel utilizes various free apps to organize student life, dining, recreation and more. CampusClear, a self-screening app, uses health monitoring to execute a...