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Emma Eidsvoog

Student Journalist

Location icon United States

I am a graphic design major and journalism minor at Bethel University. I enjoy spending time with friends while belting out movie soundtracks and pushing my spice tolerance beyond its limits.

The Clarion
Gathering amidst pain

By Jasmine Johnson, Emma Melling and Emma Eidsvoog Students and faculty crowd the Alumni Lounge as they wait to say goodbye to a mentor and friend. Faculty members sit, arms crossed and silent, in the open space of the Underground. In the Eastlund Room, a group of students kneel down in prayer.

Sierra Learns About Love - ROYAL REPORT - Medium

By Emma Eidsvoog | Clarion Correspondent The summer following her high school graduation, Sierra Smith stood at the bottom of a valley gazing up at the Colorado mountains surrounding a small cabin where she found refuge from the rain. In that moment she "felt so close to God" while her heart was heavy from a difficult decision made two weeks earlier.

The Clarion
Dr. Corrow leads research in face blindness

Steven Lancaster, Bethel Psychology Professor and Iraq Veteran, uses past experiences to spark new research for For the first time in school history, Bethel University is taking part in the Mayo Innovation Steven Lancaster, Bethel Psychology Professor and Iraq Veteran, uses past For the first time in school history, Bethel University is

What it feels like...to meet with a student who witnessed a traumatic event

Crisis Care Team member Donna Johnson asks questions after students witness a tragedy By Emma Eidsvoog | Reporter Crisis Care Team member Donna Johnson glanced around the circle of 18 to 20-year-old male Nelson Hall residents who witnessed a tragedy. A resident, roommate, friend, committed suicide.

Interview Project: Alina Yermakovich

Alina Yermakovich studies English Education at Bethel University. When she's not singing in her church worship group almost every day of the week, she teaches third graders Russian, chugs coffee at Botany Coffee and visits with her Belarusian grandparents. Yermakovich dreams of traveling to the Middle East for missions and teaching Jane Austen to high school students.

The Thoughtful Believer and The Bad Waitress

By Emma Eidsvoog English professor Marion Larson opened the book Absalom, Absalom in her first college class, and was utterly confused. Complete with tense and narrator changes throughout, William Faulkner's novel stumped the new Wheaton College undergrad. After a few more reads she began to appreciate the message beneath the pages, that everyone gives a different account of the same story.