Spring banquet  may 2020

Callie Chase

Student

Location icon United States

I am a student at Bethel University in Minnesota. I enjoy drinking coffee, going on long runs, and listening to a wide variety of music.

Portfolio
Royal Report
05/21/2019
No Hair, New Normal

By Zach Walker Marah Smith got a free cookie whenever she went to Perkins because the manager thought she had cancer. Another time, an employee at a Christmas-tree farm wrapped his arms around her and squeezed. "I'm a survivor," he said. "I've been through it."

Royal Report
05/03/2019
Living a Double Life

By Callie Chase | Reporter Landon Conrath's feet stuck to the stage. His eyes scanned the room; mirrors and walls covered in sharpie. His fingers hit the piano keys and his band member's foot kicked the stompbox, sending out the sound of a kickdrum, causing the crowd to dance.

Royal Report
04/05/2019
Interview Project: Kyle Kilgore

Kyle Kilgore studies history at Bethel University and dreams of teaching social studies alongside coaching high school football one day. He is passionate about his family and played every sport possible throughout his childhood. His faith is the important thing to him. He refers to his award as All-American as temporarily cool, yet primarily dust.

Royal Report
12/10/2018
Bethel Women's Hockey Team Faces Augsburg

By Callie Chase | Reporter The Bethel University Women's hockey team hosts their next game against Augsburg University Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. at the Schwan's Super Rink in Blaine. This season, the Royals have an overall record of 1-2. Their opponent comes to the game with a 0-1-1 record.

Royal Report
12/10/2018
New school, new roommates, new normal

By Callie Chase | Clarion Correspondent Maddi Flannery, a junior transfer from Minnesota State University Moorhead, felt as though she might throw up from the anxiety. Her move-in slot at Bethel University was set from 11am to 1pm.

Royal Report
12/07/2018
What it feels like... to get checked into the boards during a hockey game

By Callie Chase | Reporter The puck soared off the Bethel University women's hockey player's stick and headed straight for the boards. The referee's whistle was about to stop the play with an icing call. Unless, it could be stopped. Sarina Goos, senior forward, skated across the ice as fast as she could toward the puck.

Royal Report
12/10/2018
Breaky in Kresge

"I think there is just an overall vibe of sophomores knowing each other," she said. "As a junior and only knowing my RA, I just feel a little bit out of place." The warm sun is blinding Hitt and her...