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The Swinging Bridge: Oct. 30th, 2014

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A guide to the 2014 Pennsylvania governor election

By Dylan Sheaffer Student Writer On Nov. 4, the race to become governor of Pennsylvania will be at its end. Republican Tom Corbett is seeking re-election against Democratic challenger Tom Wolf. Governor Corbett’s low approval ratings signal that there could be a possible change. In a poll taken by Franklin & Marshall College, only 20% […]

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The Swinging Bridge: Oct. 16th, 2014

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Unmanned NASA rocket explodes during takeoff; no injuries reported

NOTE: A link to video from the explosion is included at the end of the article. Pulse Staff Report An unmanned NASA Antares cargo rocket traveling to the International Space Station exploded and crashed shortly after liftoff Tuesday evening in Virginia. The launch took place at the Wallops Flight Facility in Wallops Island, Va. Just […]

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Multicultural Council holds Celebrating the Legacy Reception

Multicultural Council’s organizational leaders gather together for a photo during Celebrating the Legacy Reception. By Cora Hines Chair of Multicultural Council The Multicultural Council hosted the Celebrating the Legacy Reception on Saturday, Oct. 18th as part of Messiah College’s Homecoming celebration. The reception was to honor and recognize multicultural and international alumni who made an […]

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Men’s Club Soccer to play in Region I tournament; bid for Nationals at stake

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief After a stellar fall season full of good soccer and an impressive overall record, the Messiah men’s club soccer team will have the chance to play in the postseason regional club soccer tournament. Messiah will travel to the Kirkwood Soccer Complex in New Castle, Del. for the Region I Club Soccer […]

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Movie Review: “Gone Girl” has audiences raving

By Megan E. Bloom A&E Editor Ben Affleck’s latest film Gone Girl has taken cinemas across America by storm. Audiences […]

“Interiority” art gallery opens on campus

With a painting in the background, Robert Armetta speaks to the gathered audience about his gallery Interiority, which is now featured at Messiah’s […]

Homecoming Court announced; voting opens

By Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief The Messiah College Student Homecoming Committee has announced the 2014 Homecoming Court. The candidates for Homecoming […]

“Going Pro” at work: Difficult Conversations chapel returns

By Meliah Michael Student Writer Brubaker Auditorium became the highlight of Tuesday night, hosting Messiah’s Difficult Conversations Goes Professional chapel. […]

First-ever Safety Day gives students tips on safety, interaction with safety officers

  Messiah students interact with the various stands and safety workers at Safety Day. By Sam Boden Student Writer Students […]

Special Interest Housing Spotlight: Reconciliation House

By Katelyn Hart Student Writer This story is part of an ongoing Swinging Bridge series looking at special interest housing options for […]


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