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Earthkeepers holding cleaning event for Earth Day

Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief The Earthkeepers club will be holding a special cleaning event in celebration of today’s Earth Day. The club will be having a clean up day for nearby Lisburn Rd. beginning today at 4:30 p.m. Club members have invited the campus community to meet at the Women’s Restoration House on Grantham Rd. before […]

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Fashion Column: Dress Fest

Bree Whitelock Opinions Editor Nothing shouts that warm weather is finally here more than pockets of girls spread throughout campus wearing their favorite summer-themed dresses. If you thought nothing’s been easier since the grab-n-go section of the Union, then you haven’t experienced “fab-n-go”. The simplicity of the modern dress is an essential necessity to any […]

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Retiring Professor Bio: Jim Gustafson

Myriam Pedercini  Student Writer Associate Professor of Health and Human Performances, Dr. Jim Gustafson, will also be retiring this spring after forty-two years of teaching. He has taught physical education at Messiah College, along with coaching the wrestling team from 1973-1991. He has tried to be a good example in his teaching and expresses how […]

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Retiring Professor Bio: Spud Wentzell

Myriam Pedercini  Student Writer Professor of Health and Physical education Dr. Spud Wentzell has considered his teaching goal to be providing guidance for students’ overall health and physical abilities. Wentzell recognizes students have diverse capabilities and interests. Not all of them are interested in being competitive or particularly active. Through his class, Philosophy of Consistent […]

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Retiring Professor Bio: Kathleen Quimby

Myriam Pedercini  Student Writer After thirty years teaching for Messiah College as Senior Lecturer in Humanities and Director of Supplemental Instruction, Professor Kathleen Quimby of the Communications department bids farewell as she retires this spring. Professor Quimby began as an adjunct and finally, after a number of years working one year at a time, she […]

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PHOTOS: Eggstravaganza revamps traditional egg hunt

Madeline Crocenzi Student Writer This year’s annual Eyas Easter egg hunt led hundreds of students on a wild, golden egg chase. Eyas strayed from the traditional Easter egg hunt, with Friday evening’s Eggstravaganza event. Since the hunt began at night, glow-in-the dark eggs were hidden across campus. There were also fifty golden eggs that contained […]

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Week at a Glance: April 13-19

Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief Several of Messiah’s biggest events of the year will be happening this week, both on and off […]

Five Questions To Ask About Hillary Clinton’s Campaign

Daniel Eckert Student Writer According to NPR, Hillary Clinton will make her bid for the 2016 presidency on Sunday. While […]

Eyas Eggstravaganza

Kelly Gordon Student Writer Easter may have come and gone, but the festivities are not over quite yet. Eyas, the […]

Fashion Column: Stripped down to the basics

Bree Whitelock Opinions Editor As the winter layers are slowly being stripped away, we find ourselves searching for those outfit […]

Fashion Column [Easter Edition]: Chubby Bunny

Bree Whitelock Opinions Editor It is springtime and all through the campus a fashionable trend is ringing in. As the […]

VIDEO: Messiah baseball upends #9 Shenandoah

Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief Messiah baseball claimed a 5-1 win over national No. 9 Shenandoah on Wednesday in Grantham. The win […]


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