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“Interiority” art gallery opens on campus

By Tamara Carter Student Writer Many eager students crowded outside Aughinbaugh Art Gallery to hear what guest artist, Robert Armetta had to say about his solo exhibition, Interiority on Friday afternoon. Armetta’s collection of modern realist paintings depicts everyday people just as they are so that viewers may connect with his work on a personal level. […]

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Homecoming Court announced; voting opens

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief The Messiah College Student Homecoming Committee has announced the 2014 Homecoming Court. The candidates for Homecoming Queen are Hannah Teklits, Christina Duncan, Rachel Peterson, Sarah Robitaille, and Liz MacNeil. The candidates for Homecoming King are David Whiting, Cory Hulsizer, Nic Trout, Alex Peffer, and Eric Hudspath. The court was officially announced […]

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“Going Pro” at work: Difficult Conversations chapel returns

By Meliah Michael Student Writer Brubaker Auditorium became the highlight of Tuesday night, hosting Messiah’s Difficult Conversations Goes Professional chapel. Round tables replaced the standard rows of chairs, free coffee and extra credit lured in the hesitant and lively, interactive skits would take hold of its audience. Over the years, Messiah’s Communication and Event Planning […]

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First-ever Safety Day gives students tips on safety, interaction with safety officers

  Messiah students interact with the various stands and safety workers at Safety Day. By Sam Boden Student Writer Students mingled and had the opportunity to interact with campus safety officers at Messiah’s first-ever Safety Day on Wednesday afternoon. As the rain poured outside, the mood inside the Union was bright, as students engaged safety […]

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Special Interest Housing Spotlight: Reconciliation House

By Katelyn Hart Student Writer This story is part of an ongoing Swinging Bridge series looking at special interest housing options for Messiah College students. Many students have likely struggled at some point with finding a housing option to fit their needs. Perhaps they feel trapped in the limitations of traditional residence halls and apartments. Contrary to […]

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National “It’s On Us” campaign against college sexual assault launches

By Olivia La Bianca Student Writer In September, President Obama and Vice President Biden launched the “It’s On Us” campaign to end sexual assault on college campuses. The campaign aims “to fundamentally shift the way people think about sexual assault, by inspiring everyone to see it as their responsibility to do something, big or small, […]

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Multicultural Council embraces diversity in opening chapel

By Brianna Keener Student Writer “We become not a melting pot but a beautiful mosaic. Different people, different beliefs, different […]

Governance Review Council makes adjustments for Chaplain Team, SGA elections

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief Two important changes will be made to the Student Government Association’s Governance Manual after last week’s […]

Sustain-A-Fest entertains, teaches on maintaining the earth

By Erin Zakin Student Writer Students learned how to live sustainably and give back to the earth at this year’s […]

Album Review: “Crush Songs” by Karen O

By Abbi Smith Student Writer Known to most as the vocalist of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Karen O has released […]

UPDATE: “Marshmallow Bowl” stopped by storm; officially cancelled

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief Another chapter in Messiah and Elizabethtown’s historic “Marshmallow Bowl” rivalry match has been written. Only this […]

Purpose beyond profit: CEO Philip Clemens discusses the principles of leadership

Photo by The Pulse Philip Clemens speaks before the gathered audience at Hostetter Chapel during the Executive Leadership Series. By […]


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