Cherie Suonvieri

Bethel University Grad // B.A. in Journalism and Reconciliation — minors in Communication and Biblical and Theological Studies

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Psychology Students Develop Motivational Material to Encourage Healthy Eating

By Cherie Suonvieri '15, content specialist December 11, 2018 | 11:15 a.m. Collectible trading cards. Color-coded calendars. Popular songs remixed with names of various vegetables. These are just a few of the programming ideas psychology students developed to encourage children at a local non-profit to eat healthy foods.

Leaning into the Momentum

For Nikole Logan GS'18, continuous pursuit of education seemed only natural. She was raised in the Rondo neighborhood¹ of St. Paul, Minnesota among educators and human service professionals. Her lifelong church community in Minneapolis helped to nurture her love for Christ-centered education.

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Heather Flies '95, S'02 Named 2018 Alumna of the Year for Bethel Seminary | Bethel University

Growing up, Heather Flies watched her five older siblings leave their southern Minnesota town to attend Bethel University. After high school graduation, Flies followed suit. There, she discovered the heart God gave her for young people. Now she has her Master of Arts in Theological Studies from Bethel Seminary and is in full-time junior high ministry at Wooddale Church.

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Women in Ministry

Karen McKinney was sitting at her desk grading papers when she heard a knock at her office door. A student came in, sat down and delivered what he believed to be a message from God  — that McKinney should not be teaching in the Bible department because she is a woman.

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Plymouth's Samuel Knight in Nashville

In high school, his primary focus might have been taking the Providence Academy football team to the state tournament, while music followed as a hobby. But since graduating in 2012, Samuel Knight has moved to Cleveland, Ohio, to begin college, and his hobby started to develop into the career he is currently pursuing in Nashville, Tenn.

The Privilege of Ignorance and the Danger in Security

The following is an opinion piece and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Clarion and its staff. If you have response or an opinion you'd like to see published, please contact Editor-in-Chief Jared Nelson at [email protected] Cherie Suonvieri | Freelance As a white woman born and raised in the United States, I have...

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Faces of Bethel: Gunnar Shipley

At Bethel, there seems to be a special emphasis on the need for diversity throughout the community-cultural diversity, socioeconomic diversity, political diversity. When it comes to religious diversity, however, people begin to tiptoe away as if they’re walking on thin ice.

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Serving Up Salads

Sodexo's gentle giant, Chris O'Neal, is all smiles when he serves salads to students in the dining center.

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Solidarity, not just sympathy

Last spring, I had an internship that required me to drive into the heart of Minneapolis twice a week. Nearly every time I took the Washington Avenue exit off of Interstate 35W, there would be someone standing on the corner with a sign that read something like, "Homeless.

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