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Bethel baseball gets the bats going before spring break trip

By Joe Hiti The men's baseball team started their season last week after three two-game series played at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis this past...

Historic season comes to an end as Bethel loses to Bethany Lutheran.

Bethany Lutheran takes out Royals in first round of NCAA Division III tourney at Robertson Center Friday.  By Joe Hiti | Sports Editor The Bethel women’s...

Royals Reign: Bethel wins MIAC tourney in thriller

By Sam Johnson The stage was set.  In a clash of two nationally top 20-ranked teams, the Robertson Center hosted one of the biggest games in...

Reliable defense steps up as Royals advance to MIAC title game

Bethel Royals win a hard-fought defensive game against Gustavus Gusties on Thursday night.  By Abby Pautz The Bethel women’s basketball team won 70-62 in a thriller...

Cinderella Cardinals beat Royals en route to semis

By Sam Johnson Sounds off the Robertson Center walls Tuesday night echoed with intensity. For one team, this was nothing new. For the other, a...

Getting out of the sand trap

Nicole Miller pursues golf in college despite the difficulties that come with it. By Callie Chase Tennis shoes squeaked. Basketballs did not bounce. Nicole Miller,...

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...

Champs!

The Bethel bullies do it again in another intense defensive outing against Augsburg. By Abby Pautz The 23-1 Bethel women’s basketball team won the MIAC regular...

Double(s) trouble

By Abby Pautz Sisters Maggie and Grace Riermann have been doubles partners since childhood, going from community tennis to becoming the ITA cup champions. The...

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UCB launches small groups

UCB kicks-off cultural subgroups with lawn games and treats  By Molly Korzenowski Students were invited to play a game of giant Jenga, spike ball and an...

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...