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“Incense” bringing a time of worship to Messiah tonight

Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief With a busy final few weeks in store for Messiah students, several organizations are teaming up to bring a special evening of worship to the campus community. The Student Chaplain Team, in conjunction with the Powerhouse Band, Kairos Band and Acclaimation Dance Ministry, will be hosting “Incense” tonight from 8-11 p.m. in […]

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Guest Maureen Cummins sharing “feminist investigation” findings as part of Women’s Herstory Month

  Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief Renowned book artist Maureen Cummins will be sharing her findings from a study of the lives and struggles of women in an Women’s Herstory Month alternate chapel event this evening from 7-8 p.m. in Frey 110. The event is sponsored by Gender Concerns, 6th Day Sexuality, and the Friends of Murray […]

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Fashion Column: Pictures Worth Printing

Bree Whitelock Opinions Editor What is fashion without the ability to play around with patterns and prints, proving that solid colors are only fun for so long? The weather this time of year has not quite accepted the changing of seasons, so let’s play around with our colors, like the weather’s been playing with our […]

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Shujaa Graham speaks of capital punishment in alternate chapel

Alyssa Burd Student Writer Students of Messiah College were provided with the opportunity to attend an alternate chapel with guest speaker Shujaa Graham in Frey Hall on March 24th, 2015. Graham is an exonerated death row inmate who came to share his experiences and struggles he faced while imprisoned. The event opened with a brief […]

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Single Swag: “You’re Such A Great Friend”

Livia Ungurean Student Writer “You’re such a great friend.” Those are the words that make your stomach drop when the person you’re interested in declares your relationship as a friendship. It’s that struggle where one person hopes to be more than just friends, while the other has no intention for anything other than friendship. Sometimes […]

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ITS adds new TV channels to Messiah cable; high-definition coming by week’s end

Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief There was a noticeable change for Messiah students flipping on their televisions following Spring Break: an adjustment in the channels on Messiah’s cable TV. Information Technology Services (ITS) has announced that they have modified Messiah’s cable television subscription in order to lower costs and improve quality. With the change, 43 channels are […]

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Week at a Glance: March 23-29

Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief The first week back from Spring Break is bringing a busy slate of events to Messiah College. […]

Senate votes to close South Side Cafe at the end of the school year

Joel Hoover Editor-in-Chief Messiah’s Student Senate approved the closing of South Side Café Thursday evening after a 42-to-1 vote in […]

National Student Aid Bill of Rights Announced in Continued Effort to Make Education Affordable

By Ashlyn Miller Student Writer Many of the important public liberties enjoyed in America are secured with the Bill of […]

Fashion Column: In”vest”ing in a spring wardrobe

Bree Whitelock Opinions Editor Spring might be around the corner (it is next week if you have not checked your […]

DJ dance competition photo gallery

On March 6th, music-loving students competed to see which of them would get to DJ for this year’s Spring Fling […]

Messiah wrestling National Championship preview: Kaleb Loht

  Jake English Student Writer What is the secret behind returning National Champion Kaleb Loht’s success on the mat? Shucking […]


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