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Emma Eidsvoog

Student Journalist

Location icon United States

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

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05/17/2020
Outside the Lines

By Emma Eidsvoog I sat in Ms. Roensch's kindergarten class, coloring the sheet in front of me. "What do you want to be when you grow up?" the question lay on the paper along with my favorite color, how many siblings I have and my favorite book character, all equally important questions.

The Clarion
12/12/2019
30 faculty and 30 staff positions to be cut by May 2020

Faculty and staff discuss upcoming cuts at faculty senate meeting and community gathering By Molly Korzenowski and Emma Eidsvoog With a projected $11 million budget deficit over three years, the Executive Leadership Team came up with a three-year plan to set Bethel University up to balance the budget, mainly with staff and faculty cuts.

The Clarion
11/21/2019
From College Republicans to Turning Point USA

By Emma Eidsvoog Turning Point USA met for the first time in HC 256, deep in the heart of the nursing department where students walk past medical dummies and hospital beds. Club leaders John Chouinard and Faith Miller set up ice cream buckets on a table complete with sprinkles, chocolate syrup and M&Ms to welcome new members Oct.

The Clarion
03/13/2020
International voices

At Thursday's Multicultural Festival, several cultures at Bethel were represented through dance, music, art, food and clothing. We asked everyone to tell a story that defines their culture. Here are their stories: By Emma Eidsvoog Sophomore Bridger Foster (Wyandotte-Métis) "[There are] contrasting ideas between [my culture] and white culture, especially being here at Bethel.

The Clarion
12/12/2018
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

The Clarion
09/28/2018
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.

Royal Report
05/21/2019
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.

Royal Report
04/05/2019
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.