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Fashion Column: Sweater Weather

By Bree Whitelock Opinions Editor As winter continues to creep in and the temperatures drop, students are beginning to bundle up for the cold winter that lies ahead. In an effort to still show off their fashion trends without wearing a jacket, many students have started to wear sweaters: a perfect item for the chillier […]

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First-Year Seminar students find new perspectives on female imprisonment

By Megan Hess Student Writer Earlier this month, Dr. Kathryn Whiteley took her First-Year Seminar: Women and Crime class on a unique trip: to prison. Dr. Whiteley and 11 of her 16 students visited State Correctional Institution (SCI) Muncy. Located in Lycoming County close to the town it shares its name with, the institution is […]

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All media and no meeting makes the mind distant

  By Lauren PiccioniPulse Student Director In the past six weeks, the digital media seniors have been producing their capstone project called, Immersion.  Amongst the seven seniors, the capstone project encompasses a diverse range of skill sets including: audio-visual, architecture, graphic design, marketing, social media, and digital programming. The slogan of the project, “All media and […]

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Everyone Knows Someone: PRSSA, Relay For Life prepare for spring event with alternate chapel

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief Messiah College’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) chapter will be hosting a special alternate chapel tonight from 7:30-8:30 p.m. in Kline 120 as part of preparation for the 2015 Relay For Life. The chapel, titled “Relay For Life 2015: Everyone Knows Someone”, will feature several student speakers talking about […]

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National Parks ministry recruiter to visit campus Friday

On Friday, November 21th from 10:00am-3:00pm, a recruiter from A Christian Ministry in the National Parks ( will be in the Eisenhower Campus Center, room 102 to encourage students to apply for the chance to serve and adventure in one of America’s most gorgeous places for the summer. A Christian Ministry in the National Parks […]

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Now open for classes, new film and media production studio’s “building” of opportunities just getting started

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief During a tour of the new film and media production studio in the basement of Hostetter Chapel, Dr. Nance McCown cannot help but turn around and give some instruction before entering the new control room. “Try not to drool,” she says with a laugh. Given the capabilities of the new studio, […]

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Week at a Glance: Nov. 17-23

With just over one week until Thanksgiving break, there are plenty of events and activities happening around Messiah to be […]

Former Messiah student charged with making social media threats against college over summer

A former Messiah student faces criminal charges after being accused of threatening the college’s students through social media, according to […]

It’s compli-kated: “The Taming of the Shrew” comes to Messiah

By Olivia La Bianca Student Writer If you have visited Climenhaga recently, you might have seen the gigantic hearts hanging […]

Fashion Column: Sunday Fun-day

By Bree Whitelock Opinions Editor Other than a day full of church-goers, chicken cordon bleu, and football, Sunday is another […]

Health Column: Combating college sleep deprivation

By Betsey Miller Nurse Practitioner It is midnight. You have a big exam at 8 a.m. and you don’t feel […]

Three Messiah teams headed to national tournaments

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief It is an invitation that Messiah field hockey and men’s and women’s soccer have become very […]


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