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The Swinging Bridge: April 10, 2014

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The Swinging Bridge: March 13, 2014

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Amani Benefit Concert: An Interview with Tania Pyatovolenko

GRANTHAM, Pa. – Below is an interview with Messiah student Tania Pyatovolenko, who will be playing Cello in a benefit concert on Sunday, March 9th at 4:00pm in the High Foundation Recital Hall.    Where will the proceeds of this concert go? A hundred percent of donations will go to health fund for caregivers at […]

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Basketball Season Coming To A Conclusion

Seth Roseman Student Writer Concluding the 2013-2014 men’s and women’s basketball seasons, each team ends the term with solid winning records. After beginning the season with a streak of 12 wins in a row, the men’s season rests at a healthy 18-4, with a record of 10-1 at home. The lady Falcons are holding their […]

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Olympic Overview

By Dan Row Editor-in-Chief SOCHI, Russia – The 2014 Winter Olympic Games wrapped up this weekend. As is the case every two years, the games were thrilling fun and brought national pride to many around the globe, not without some controversy, however. This year’s competition featured a total of 98 events in 15 different winter […]

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Falcons Wrestle Up to Third Place

By Celal Kamran Sports Editor Messiah Falcons Wrestling team has had an incredible season earning themselves the number 3 spot heading into the NCAA regionals. They have a record of 21-2 in duals winning the last fourteen duals. The Falcons also put up an advantage of 27-25 points in the last five matchups. The team […]

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Let’s Keep It Real

  Let’s Keep It Real By Huy Nguyen GRANTHAM, Pa. – On Wednesday, Feb. 19, Messiah College Black Student Union […]

Student Senate agrees on 2014 budget

Ashlyn Miller Student Writer After over an hour of discussion on Thursday, Feb. 20, the Messiah College Student Senate was […]

Two Week Outlook: 2/27 – 3/13

Compiled by Pulse Staff “How Do I Find God’s Will for my Career and Life?”: On Tuesday, March 4, Regent […]

A Conversation Worth Having

by Jeremy Zimmerman Student Writer GRANTHAM, Pa. – “The poor will always be with you,” quotes economist and HOPE international […]

Anti-Gay Laws at the Sochi Olympics

By Nikki Rita Student Writer SOCHI, Russia – At the end of June 2013, Russia signed a law that prohibited […]

Happiness: Some Assembly Required

By Lynda Heller Opinions Editor Winter is always a bleak time of year, but this winter is the winteriest-winter I […]


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