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No incidents, concerns reported after threat regarding Boyer Hall

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief Messiah College safety personnel say that there is no “previous or ongoing threat” to the campus after a post on social media made a “vague but threatening” reference to Boyer Hall. The anonymous post on a popular messaging mobile app was reported to the College’s Office of Safety late Sunday evening, […]

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New Zealand band to perform in Dillsburg on Sept. 23

New Zealand band The Ember Days will be performing in Dillsburg on September 23. By Megan E. Bloom A&E Editor The Ember Days are a unique kind of Christian praise and worship experience. They take ambient sounds and merge them with powerful rock, creating a sound that takes the listener away. The natives of Auckland […]

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Heads up, eyes open: Don Opitz arrives as new campus pastor

Don Opitz speaks to first-year students and parents during Messiah’s Welcome Week candlelight service. Photo by The Pulse By Olivia La Bianca Student Writer This summer, Messiah College welcomed Donald Opitz to the Ministries Team as the new campus pastor. Opitz is no stranger to campus life. He spent twenty years at Geneva College as a […]

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The Swinging Bridge: September 11, 2014

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Connecting the dots: New Career and Professional Development Center holds open house

By Olivia La Bianca Student Writer In a new development this school year, the Career Center and the Internship Center have merged into one department – the Career and Professional Development Center. On Tuesday, the department hosted an open house, where students were invited to enter a raffle, eat free donuts, and get to know […]

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Injured sophomore “healing fast”, still recovering

Tyler Wurtz’s prayer map, as of Monday. By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief There has been an abundance of positive news regarding Messiah sophomore Tyler Wurtz, who was injured on campus last Thursday in a skateboarding accident. As of Monday, Tyler was released from ICU care at Penn State Hershey Medical Center, according to his father, Steve […]

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Wit, Wit: Witmer captures second straight Residence Hall Games

By Elizabeth Gallo Sports Editor After a thrilling afternoon of First-Year students competing, it was a red repeat for Witmer […]

Sophomore student in critical condition after skateboarding incident

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief A Messiah student is in critical condition after being injured in a skateboarding incident outside of […]

Magic! to take the stage at SAB’s Fall Concert

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief One of the music industry’s rising groups will be making a trip to Grantham this coming […]

A Stand for Freedom, the work of Messiah’s chapter of the International Justice Mission

By Dan Row Editor-in-Chief   The evening was atypically warm for only being April 10. I walked out of the […]

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