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The Egg: April 26


Inspired by TheSkimm, longer than the E-announcements, created with your short attention span in mind.

By Ariel Dunleavy | Contributing Writer

COVID-19 vaccinations.

Students looking to still get their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine can do so here at Bethel. HyVee pharmacy is providing vaccines today from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the BC. Register for a spot now to get the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine today. Registration for the second dose will open May 10. 

Study abroad deadline extended.

Applications for the eight interim study abroad programs are now due May 7. This deadline was pushed back to allow for more students to meet with their academic advisors before making the decision to apply. New forms about COVID-19 will be added to the applications as well, so any students who have already applied should keep an eye out for an additional email. Make sure to check your spam, too. I know I have missed tons of important emails because they end up in my spam folder… oops. 


Spread Bethel spirit Thursday during ROAR Day. Join the rest of the Bethel community to make an impact and raise money while sharing your memories, experiences and love for the school. This year there is a competition between each class year for the largest amount in donations. Donation methods and more information is on the ROAR Day website.

Peace outside of Bethel. 

After back to back news about the killing of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center and the conviction of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, our state is under an intensely bright spotlight. With all the negativity in the world right now, let’s take action and pray for peace and hope in our city during this time. 
If you are looking to take more action, here are a few places to donate and help. Donate to Daunte Wright’s family to help cover funeral costs and provide for his loved ones during this time. If you are interested in more places to donate money or supplies, check out this article from the Minneapolis Saint Paul Magazine.

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