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Election night party brings campus community together

Maddie Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief At last night’s election party, students packed into the Union to witness the close of a tumultuous election season with Republican Donald Trump emerging as the 45th President of the United States. The party was a joint effort among the American Enterprise Institute, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, …

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Humans of Messiah: Logan Wells

Jemi Lui Student Writer Logan Wells Year: Junior Major: Christian Ministries How did you get started with Young Life? The organization I want to work with after college is called Club Beyond, which was started by Young Life and Youth for Christ. I thought that was pretty cool. I happened …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Kieran Mayer

Stephanie Bricker Student Life Editor Tattoo preferences can vary widely in size and shape. Some prefer words or dainty symbols while others like more elaborate shapes or drawings. Several Messiah students have multiple tattoos, but this week’s feature tattoo-wearer, Kieran Mayer, a senior theater major, has just one word that …

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Humans of Messiah: Heather Erfley

Jemi Lui Student Writer Heather Erfley Year: Senior Major: Education Dual Certification: PreK- 4, Special Education What is your favorite thing about student teaching right now? I love interacting with kids. I really do, I love it so much. Right now I’m in a special ed. class, first through fourth …

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8 things to get you in the Halloween spirit

Alyssa Burd Online Editor As a kid, Halloween is undoubtedly one of the best days of the year. There wasn’t a thing in the world that beat dressing up as a scary creature or iconic character and hoping the neighbors actually splurged on some good candy for trick-or-treating. However, let’s …

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Students team up to bring blindness awareness to campus

Alli Williams Student Writer Jason Polansky is not just your average sophomore business major at Messiah—he is also blind. Blind since birth, Polansky has learned to carry out day-to-day activities, such as navigating streets and walkways, traveling alone in an unfamiliar city and cooking in a standard kitchen. Polanksy gained …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Carly Laird

Sharlene Oong Student Writer Tattoos carry different meanings for everyone. They capture memories, tell stories and represent different parts of an individual. For this week’s edition of Tattoo Tuesdays, I sat down with junior English major Carly Laird to hear about the tattoos that represent her faith and her story. …

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Humans of Messiah: Cooper Robbins

Jemi Lui Student Writer Cooper Robbins Year: First-Year Major: Biology What’s your favorite thing about Messiah soccer? The relationships that I have with the guys on the team. Messiah’s a special place to play. The bond that we share is unlike any other team I’ve been a part of. They’re …

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Students form support group for addiction and recovery

Jessica Henry Student Writer Two students are taking steps to open up the dialogue about alcohol and drug addiction at Messiah. Senior Spanish and criminal justice double major Adam Strause and senior sport management major Zach Luman are starting a support group for students who struggle with alcohol and drug …

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Islamophobia open council recap

Myriam Pedercini Culture Editor South Side Café was filled with curious students and a panel of community leaders for an Open Counsel on Islamophobia hosted by the Multicultural Council on October 18. The panel included Community Responders Network members (CRN), Ann Van Dyke, a previous civil rights investigator for 33 years, …

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