Prove that the problem of determining if graph is bipartite is computationally equivalent under log-space reductions to $s$-$t$ undirected connectivity.
Problem of $s$-$t$ undirected connectivity is the following given an undirected graph $G = (V, E)$ and two designated vertices, $s$ and $t$, determine whether there is a path from $s$ to $t$ in $G$.
I assume the idea is to consider mapping from graph $G$ to bipartite graph $G'$, there should be a correspondence between edges of $G$ and edges of bipartite graph $G'$, and between edges of $G$ and the edges that violates the bipartite property of graph $G'$. The problem is I cannot come up with such correspondence.
I would appreciate any idea.