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Love Thinks, Inc. Founder Gives Students Relationship Advice

Carter Stowman Student Writer Dr. John Van Epp, president and founder of Love Thinks, Inc. traveled to Parmer Hall on Tuesday night to give a talk about personal relationships and forming romantic attachments. Focusing on millennials for the duration of his hour-long talk, Van Epp provided helpful information regarding subjects …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Deanna Preziosi

Stephanie Bricker Student Writer What is your year and major? I’m a senior public relations major with a minor in human resource management. I’ll be graduating in December 2018. What is your tattoo and what does it mean? My tattoo is the initials of my older brother, Steven, in his …

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Humans of Messiah: Ira Miller

Natalie Vermeulen Student Writer Name: Ira Miller Year: First-Year Major: Music and Biochemistry Ira Miller–a friend with a good sense of humor and a variety of interests, from chemistry to jamming on the piano to wearing weird shirts (which started with “gift and thrift Thursdays,” where he and his friends …

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Update: Police Work to Identify Man Behind Stolen Credit Card

Maddie Conley Online Editor The Upper Allen Police Department is continuing to investigate reports of an unidentified man stealing a credit card from an employee’s office on March 7th.  The suspect, as caught on a campus surveillance camera, is suspected of similar thefts on campus in 2016 and last summer. …

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Police Work to Identify Man Behind Stolen Credit Card

Maddie Conley Online Editor The Upper Allen Police Department reported an unidentified man being caught on camera entering an employee office on campus and stealing a credit card from a purse on Wednesday morning. This man has been spotted on campus previously in 2016 and this past summer. Director of …

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New President and Vice President to Take Office in August

Robert Bouffard Student Writer Ramirez Gomez was watching Coco at Lost Films when she got the news. She then texted Abbot, who was taking down posters on the floor in Naugle he lived on his freshman year. “It was perfect,” Abbot said. “Then I went to bed.” Todd Abbot and …

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Week in Review: Pre-Spring Break

Ally Hufford Student Writer We’ve made it! Spring break is finally here. If I’m being completely honest, this last week was incredibly stressful. There were so many things going on around campus and professors definitely piled on the pre-break course load. You may have missed some of these events if …

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Daily De-Stressors: Spring Break Edition

Charmaine Lim Student Writer Spring Break means a whole week of relaxing, snuggling in bed with warm blankets and tasting home-cooked food. As you take the time off and try to not think about the rest of the semester, try a few of these activities. Read Red Rising by Pierce …

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The Secret Life of the Messiah Professor: Larry Poston

Zoë Lehmann Student Writer Would you eat thousand-year-old duck? Professor Larry Poston did. Poston’s adventure began during his trip to China, with the China Studies Program. His guide at the hotel said he and his group must wear good shoes because they would be walking for one thousand years. They …

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Civil Discourse Series Tackles Topic of Birth Control

Jessica Henry Student Writer The SGA Civil Discourse Series is “designed to provide a space for students to engage with some of the most controversial topics in the national conversation.” The first installment of the series took place in November with the topic of gun control. The second installment of …

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