Emma Harville

Student, reporter

Location icon United States

Organizational communication major with an emphasis in event management and journalism minor at Bethel University

The Clarion
Transforming Bethel's DNA

Chief Diversity Officer Ruben Rivera discusses exclusive Christianity and tackles what it means to be a reconciler amidst diversity in Bethel University's community. By Emma Harville Junior Hilda Davis knows what it's like to be the only one.

A new American dream

By Emma Harville Six-year-old Alesia Khomchyk blinks, trying to understand the words she is hearing as family members around her wipe tears from their faces. Everyone keeps talking about the U.S., but what is it? She was sure Maple Grove, Minnesota was not too far from her house in Minsk, Belarus.

War-torn land, unified spirits

by Chloe Peter When Pay Poe's mother told her that they were moving from a refugee camp in Taiwan to America, Poe didn't want to leave. "I thought I had everything. I just didn't see it," Poe said.

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.

Sex-trafficking survivors tackle modern-day slavery

Last February, Bender was one of the only non-law enforcement professionals given an all-access special operations pass at the Super Bowl in Minneapolis. Bender went on location to where Minneapolis and St. Paul law enforcement held undercover sting operations.

Royal Report
Freshmen learn unforeseen hazards of college partying

By Emma Harville | Reporter Freshman Josh Johnson laughs as he struggles to walk evenly along the blue Scotch tape lined on Nelson Hall's carpeted lounge. Resident Assistant JJ Anderson-GutiƩrrez tosses him a football and Johnson stretches his arms out to catch it as it flies past him into a huddle of giggling students.

The Clarion
Bethel community called to live as alien reconcilers

By Emma Harville, for The Clarion Christian Evangelicals are not doing enough to bridge the many diverse communities in our society, author and widely published journalist Anne Snyder argued at Monday morning's convocation in Benson Great Hall.