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Phil Wilmot releases statement on his capture, future implications

Messiah graduate Phil Wilmot has released a statement following his release from prison in Uganda. Though Wilmot was freed Friday after spending six days under arrest with no charges attached to him, he is expected to return to Central Police Station in Lira on Thursday morning local time. According to his statement, he will be […]

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Messiah grad Wilmot released from custody in Uganda

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief Messiah alum Phil Wilmot has been released from custody in Uganda, according to a Facebook post from his mother Cindi this morning. Wilmot had been detained by Ugandan police without charges since Saturday. He and his wife Suzan were taken by police after holding an “unauthorized meeting” in their hometown of […]

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Fashion Column: Dress to Impress

By Bree Whitelock Opinions Editor This week’s column sought out students who were not afraid to break out of the normal college fashion realm to take their attire from comfortably classic to classily chic. Most of the time, the way college students dress is meant to be multi-purpose, allowing us to transition from a busy […]

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Minds Matter provides follow-up answers to sexual assault alternate chapel

By Eric Moore Student Writer On Nov. 20, the Chaplain Team, Minds Matter, and 6th Day Sexuality partnered together to present an alternate chapel on sexual assault. This chapel was dedicated to helping students have a better understanding of how sexual assault affects the campus, as well as how Messiah College responds to it as […]

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Messiah alum detained without charges in Uganda; family, friends seeking his release

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief A Messiah graduate is detained in Uganda, but with no known formal charges filed. Philip Wilmot, a Class of 2012 alum, remains detained in Uganda. He and his wife Suzan were detained by Ugandan police in Lira on Saturday after holding an “unauthorized meeting”, according to Messiah film lecturer Krista Imbesi. […]

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66 Years of camping, PA Lions Beacon Lodge Camp announces 2015 camping season

PA Lions Beacon Lodge Camp is happy to announce its 2015 camping season. This season marks 67 consecutive years of camping. The camping season opens June 6, and closes August 11. Camp sessions are six or ten days based on eligibility criteria. Beacon Lodge is supported by the Lions of Pennsylvania. Our mission is to […]

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The Swinging Bridge: December 11th, 2014

The Yellow Bird Café: A Harrisburg “perch” for Messiah students

By Abigail McBride Student Writer Nestled in downtown Harrisburg, the Yellow Bird Café regularly welcomes many Messiah students. Its brightly […]

Fashion Column: Comfortable and casual with a side of “class”

By Bree Whitelock Opinions Editor “Dressing up for class is hard,” “It’s too time consuming,” “Why put nice clothes on […]

Commentary: Reflecting on Brittany Maynard

By Olivia La Bianca Student Writer “Today I have given you the choice between life and death,” – Deuteronomy 30:9 […]

Acclamation Christmas performance dancing into Grantham tonight

By Megan Hess Student Writer Perhaps you want to go see a dance group perform this holiday season, but you’ve […]

Second “Ferguson” Open Council to be held tonight

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief Following last week’s grand jury decision in the death of Michael Brown, the Multicultural Council has […]


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