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“Living Out Their Dreams”

“Living Out Their Dreams”

BUILD, Bethel’s two-year comprehensive transition program for students with intellectual disabilities, launched in 2015 to give students an opportunity to grow more independent and gain skills in a supportive, Christian environment. And today, program graduates are meeting their goals and thriving.

The Intersection of Creativity and Christianity

The Intersection of Creativity and Christianity

Ruth (Tank) Pszwaro ’98 has found herself working at an Irish improv stage in the Twin Cities, attending graduate school in Vancouver, running into a Bethel mentor in Paris, and now working as artistic director at the Grand Marais Art Colony. In this Q&A, she encourages undergraduate students that it’s okay not to have a direct career path.

A Humanitarian Crisis That Hits Close to Home

A Humanitarian Crisis That Hits Close to Home

Myanmar made international headlines in February 2021 when the nation’s military staged a coup. The months that followed have been filled with violent attacks on ethnic minority groups, like the Karen, which hits close to home for Bethel students and alumni connected to the Karen community.

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