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Campus Operations announces lifting of propane restrictions beginning Sunday

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By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief After four days of diminished room temperatures and other restrictions due to low incoming supplies of propane gas, Messiah’s campus Operations have announced that the restrictions will be lifted this Sunday with normal campus operations set to resume. The restrictions in propane usage had been announced Tuesday after several days of […]

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Obama’s three year war initiative against ISIS

Daniel Eckert Student Writer The President of the United States America has officially asked Congress to declare a three year war initiative against ISIS. This is a monumental moment in the history of the president’s foreign policy, especially considering it is a presidency built on the agenda of ending the Iraq conflict and the war […]

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NPR’s Michele Norris encourages “seeking different perspectives” in keynote Symposium address on race

By Ashlyn Miller Student Writer For Michele Norris, finding her niche in the journalism world was not a journey with a straight path, but rather one she fondly recalls “taking many left turns.” Norris, an Emmy-award winning journalist for National Public Radio (NPR), spoke at Parmer Hall on Thursday night as part of the 2015 […]

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Messiah men’s lacrosse opener recap

By Carter Davis Student Writer An airtight Stevenson Mustang defense shut down the Messiah’s men’s lacrosse offensive attack as the Falcons fell to their across-the-border conference opponent 13-1. Weekend snow put the men’s season opener on hold, so the Falcons had a difficult task ahead. Stevenson came into the game ranked third in the nation […]

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Building on recent results, Mastadon Revolution aims for Ultimate frisbee regional–and national–success

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of a two-part feature on Messiah’s two Ultimate frisbee club teams. The feature on the men’s team–The Mammoth Rebellion–will be in the Mar. 6 print edition of The Swinging Bridge and will also be posted online the same day. Relatively late in the championship game of a […]

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The Pulse Announces Its Switch from Newspaper to Magazine

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  One College Avenue Suite 3058 Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 CONTACT: Lauren Piccioni (717) 691-6081 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 27, 2015 The Pulse Announces Its Switch from Newspaper to Magazine Mechanicsburg, Pa. – The Pulse announces a format switch for The Swinging Bridge from a bi- weekly newspaper to a monthly magazine. The change follows approval by the […]

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Award-winning journalist Michele Norris highlights third day of Humanities Symposium

Swinging Bridge staff report Award-winning journalist Michelle Norris will be delivering the keynote lecture of the 2015 Humanities Symposium tonight at […]

Fashion Column: Surviving the propane shortage in style

Bree Whitelock Opinions Editor The days are cold, the nights are colder, and temperatures in specific buildings on campus are […]

Multicultural Open Council discusses interracial relationships

By Mandy Ruiz News Editor The Multicultural Council held a special Open Council on interracial relationships on February 25, which […]

Update: Propane shortage Q&A

Olivia La Bianca Online Editor On Wednesday, February 25, Messiah College sent out a follow-up mass email regarding the propane […]

2015 Humanities Symposium: Feb. 25 Schedule

By Mandy Ruiz News Editor The second day of the 2015 Humanities Symposium, “Race in America” will kick off with […]

Women’s lacrosse team opens new season, new field with a win

By Mason McFee Student Writer The bitter temperature was not an obstacle for the Messiah women’s lacrosse team as they […]


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