North Minneapolis has seen its fair share of typical athletic success stories: state championship teams, NBA and NFL players, and D1 talents. However, there is an untold story of success in athletics on the Northside. A story that impacts a far wider range of people than the few that make it big.
Keyondre (9), Kamryn (8), and Zaniah (5) pose for a photo in their new kitchen inside the Hawthorne EcoVillage Apartment building. Photo by Megan Nickel. The new Hawthorne EcoVillage Apartments are providing a safe place for hundreds in North Minneapolis. By Mathias Durie | Contributor. Additio
Tusler sits on the bus ride home from a nine point win over the University of Northwestern. He receives a text from a friend. He opens it to find a screenshot of a 'Yik Yak' message from a Northwestern fan who attended the game. "Number 50 looks like he has five kids he doesn't know about."
Bethel University Missional Ministries Instructor Erik Leafblad researches non-religious persons and how God may be working outside of the church. By: Mathias Durie and Carlo Holmberg As a kid, Erik Leafblad would lay awake late into the night thinking about questions such as "why am I here?"
By Conrad Engstrom, Mathias Durie and Godfrey Mpetey Chills traveled through the body of Bethel University senior guard Trevor Hall as he walked up the steps to enter the gym an hour before tip-off to find a packed gym cheering his arrival. It was just shootaround. He wasn't nervous, he's been here before.
Bethel University's men's basketball suffered its first loss of the season Wednesday night in their home opener against Augsburg University. The Royals (4-1, 0-1 MIAC) fell to the Auggies (4-0, 2-0 MIAC) by a score of 74-87.
Bethel University's women's basketball team battled out a thrilling 68-64 win over No. 12-ranked George Fox University in the Robertson Center Gym Saturday afternoon. The Royals (3-1, 0-0 MIAC) handed the Bruins (2-1, 0-0 NWC) their first loss of the season, while securing their third straight victory.