How to Follow Our Medieval Worlds Trip

While most of us are either on campus or teaching remotely this J-term, several of our students have joined Charlie Goldberg and Carrie Peffley on a three-week travel course in Europe: HIS/PHI236UZ Medieval Worlds. Because of COVID, they weren't able to start as planned in Morocco, but they're spending several days in Spanish cities like … Continue reading How to Follow Our Medieval Worlds Trip

A Bethel History Christmas

"These days," wrote Bethel's president one December, "there comes to our minds and hearts once more a sanctifying calm as we together think about that 'Night of nights, so pure, so holy, mother of a happy Christmas morn', when that 'sweet peace hung o'er a village lowly where our savior, Jesus Christ, was born.'" But … Continue reading A Bethel History Christmas

Meet Our Award-Winning Model UN Club

When Dr. Chris Moore came to Bethel, he not only brought new courses like The Politics of Terrorism and Counterterrorism and Political Psychology, but also the idea of starting a Model United Nations club. Now in its tenth year, that group finds many ways to study and publicize important issues in international affairs, but the … Continue reading Meet Our Award-Winning Model UN Club

From CC 4th to… Medical School

While health care careers are increasingly popular options, they're often associated with the sciences, not the humanities. But 6% of our recent alumni have gone into health care careers, and about 4% of medical school students nationwide finished a humanities major in college. So we thought we'd talk to a recent Bethel History graduate who … Continue reading From CC 4th to… Medical School

Academics, Athletics, and Faith: More from Some of Our Student-Athletes

Yesterday we introduced five of our majors who play sports for Bethel: runner Britta Nordberg (Philosophy/Physics), soccer players Tess Anderson (International Relations) and Will Swanda (History/Missional Ministry), hockey player Jarrett Cammarata (Social Studies Education 5-12), and football player George Bolt (History/Social Studies Ed). Today they'll tell us some more about what it means to be … Continue reading Academics, Athletics, and Faith: More from Some of Our Student-Athletes

Meet Some of Our Hippo Student-Athletes

Even as we interview some of our graduates this month, we want to keep getting to know more of our current students. So today we share the first part of a roundtable interview with five of the twenty-some students in our department who play intercollegiate sports for Bethel • Tess Anderson '21 (International Relations — soccer)• George Bolt … Continue reading Meet Some of Our Hippo Student-Athletes

From CC 4th to… UnitedHealthcare

Yesterday we interviewed a Bethel poli sci alum who retired as a vice president from one of the nation's largest financial services companies. Today we hear from Ben Cline '16, a double-major in philosophy and psychology who works for another leader in its industry: UnitedHealthcare. Why did you decide to study at Bethel? Photos courtesy … Continue reading From CC 4th to… UnitedHealthcare