Coveted trip takes students to ice and snow

By Maureen Ragner Out of all the possi­ble field trips that students can take over the course of a school year, there is always that one trip that students look forward to. Whether elementary, high school or college students, that feel­ing doesn’t change over the years, especially when it means an escape from everything that … More Coveted trip takes students to ice and snow

Speaker brings much-needed Information about eating disorders

Right now some 202,357 Minnesotans ages 10-65 are struggling with some form of eating disorder. Keri Clifton, the Community Outreach Manager for The Emily Program in St. Paul, Minn. was invited by PAMA (Promoting Awareness, Motivation and Action) to speak on Bethany’s campus on Feb. 25 to share information about eating disorders and how students … More Speaker brings much-needed Information about eating disorders

Mystery People

The first mystery student is a junior who spends a lot of time in Meyer Hall. His hometown is Menomonie, Wisc. Next year, he will transfer to MLC to get his teaching license. His favorite professor is Dr. Matt Riehl and his favorite class at Bethany is World Pre History. In his free time, he … More Mystery People