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The Bethel-authorized K–12 charter school has transformed an industrial corner of St. Paul into a community-enhancing space.
Burmese refugee Hsajune Dyan GS’19 is a 2017 Bush Fellow. He plans to combine his experiences, education, and opportunity to improve the educational experience for Karen refugees in Minnesota.
Local churches have been gifting quilts to Bethel’s Mu Kappa and international students for over 40 years. The tradition has helped to foster lifelong memories for this global community.
The student-created Textura magazine, produced using content from a 2017 J-Term trip to Guatemala, has received national recognition for journalism, design, and overall quality.
Gus Broman ’92 and Dana Ripley ’92 hope the Dr. Leta and Dr. Philip Frazier Communication Scholarship inspires other alumni to remember the impact of their Bethel years.
Mayo Clinic instructor and practitioner Jason Homme ’95 says he learned how to learn at Bethel. Now, he helps others realize their calling within the healthcare industry.
Photo provided by Jason Homme
Nick Hall S’11, founder and chief communicator of the PULSE movement, was named president and CEO of the Mission America Coalition.
Photo provided by PULSE
Textura tells the stories of the Guatemalan locals students encountered on their journalism- and design-focused J-term trip. Photo Credit: Kurt Jarvi ’18
When Anderby (Matthew) Anfinson ’19 first came to Bethel, he felt isolated as a freshman and student of color. By plugging deeper into Bethel’s community, he gained a new perspective.
Since transferring to Bethel spring 2017, Katie Murphy ’19 has found the academic rigor, faith development, and community opportunities she sought in a college.