Judd Martinson

Student Journalist

Location icon United States

I am an organizational communication student at Bethel University and write for The Clarion student newspaper. I enjoy drinking black coffee, playing the drums, and reading.

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The Clarion
10/01/2018
Inner City Ministry director wants everyone rescued from raging rivers

By Judd Martinson, for The Clarion T Cher Moua entered the Mekong river as a child not knowing if a snake or alligator swam toward them downstream. The night set with a thick darkness as if it were touchable. Unable to swim across the current, Moua found himself and his niece stuck in a whirlpool overnight.

The Clarion
11/22/2018
What it feels like ... (performance edition)

Editor's note: "What it feels like" is a new Clarion series - inspired by Esquire magazine - written by reporters who want to share the stories of the Bethel students you pass by in the hall every day. - Maddie DeBilzan, editor.]

Royal Report
12/10/2018
Freshman works for the Wolves

By Judd Martinson | Clarion Correspondent Timberwolves team assistant Free shoes. Signed memorabilia. Courtside view. And all Bethel University freshman Tyson Hohenecker has to do is give star NBA players water in paper Gatorade cups. Hohenecker got a team assistant job for the Minnesota Timberwolves through his dad working for former Minnesota Timberwolves head coach Flip Saunders.

The Clarion
11/10/2018
White Christian Imagination event coming to Bethel

"White Christian Imagination: How Whiteness has Disembodied the Biblical Narrative" features church planter and senior pastor of Lighthouse Church Dee McIntosh and will take place Monday from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the Eastlund Room at Bethel University. The Bethel Reconciliation Studies program will host the event, which hopes to approach whiteness and its implications on society.

Royal Report
12/10/2018
Living a story to tell stories

By Judd Martinson Chloe Peter wanted to be a journalist after seeing the exhibit that featured photographers such as Pulitzer prize winner Lynsey Addario. She wanted to tell other people's stories, but she also has one of her own. While on a trip to Washington D.C.

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