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Messiah vs. Hood Men’s Basketball Highlight

Check out Messiah Men’s basketball highlight of the January 21 game, courtesy of the Athletics Department!  

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(Im)material: Messiah College art professors challenge the perception of Physicality

by Lindsey Henry Student Writer On the afternoon of Friday January 16th, the Aughinbaugh gallery was packed tight with visitors, students and faculty alike. They came not just to satisfy their palate with the delicious spread of fresh hors d’oeuvres, but also to expand their artistic palate as well. The main attraction was the commentaries […]

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Politics Column: Analysis and implications of the State of the Union address

By Dan Eckert Student Writer And so, 2015 has begun: a year many hope will bring good fortune, the return of a strong economy, and perhaps a more productive Congress. Fortunately for President Obama, the economy is holding strong and, within the court of public opinion, his approval ratings have soared to 50% for the […]

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Guest speaker Quay Hanna visits for MLK day

by Olivia La Bianca Online Editor Quay Hanna, a speaker, consultant, and writer from Strasburg, PA, visited Messiah College on Tuesday as the college’s MLK Day chapel speaker. His message focused on his own experiences transitioning from a man with racist and prejudiced views to an advocate for equality, social justice, and the pursuit of […]

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Week at a Glance: January 19-25

Several chapels and special events highlight the second full week of J-Term at Messiah College. The week opens with no classes in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which is also a Community Engagement Day at Messiah. Alternate Chapels After the Community Engagement Day activities centered around the MLK Day of Service, a Ticking the […]

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Red Cross Seeking Volunteers for Martin Luther King Day

by Olivia La Bianca Online Editor The American Red Cross will be recruiting volunteers to assist with fire prevention canvassing on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. They are still seeking volunteers and are hoping to have roughly 20-40 volunteers per targeted canvassing area. These areas will span Dauphin, Lancaster, and Cumberland Counties, and will work […]

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College ministries to hold vespers worship service tonight

Messiah’s college ministries have announced that they will be holding a special evening vespers tonight at 8 pm in the […]

Gaining through service: A Messiah student’s service trip experience

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief Jayme Babczak knew she was ready for something new at the start of her junior year. […]

Election of Tom Wolf poised to bring changes to fracking in Pennsylvania

By Sarah Voska Student Writer During the final week of J-Term, a significant change will hit Harrisburg when new Pennsylvania […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]


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