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Center for the Public Humanities to Host Annual Symposium

Jessica Henry Student Writer Beginning on Monday, the Center for Public Humanities will hold its annual week-long symposium, of which this year’s theme is slavery and justice from antiquity to present. The week will feature a variety of lectures, panels and presentations given by faculty members and students, as well …

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Senior Athlete Spotlight: Josh Clippinger

Willie Hope, III Sports & Rec. Editor In his first three years in the Messiah basketball program, Joshua Clippinger has experienced a lot. Clippinger, the only player on the team who has been in the program for four years, only played 24 minutes his freshman year. That year, the team …

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Humans of Messiah: Professor Andrew Dyrli Hermeling

Jemi Lui Student Writer Name: Professor Andrew Dyrli Hermeling Department: Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice Class: Messiah College, 2006 Why did you choose to go into Native American studies? I’ve always been interested in colonial history, and as I was exploring research options in graduate school, I had an advisor …

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6 Ways to Beat the “Cold Weather Blues”

Valerie Bell Student Writer There is nothing worse than being trapped inside on a dark, cold, snowy day. Maybe you dread that walk to class because of the brutal winds and icy sidewalks. And after class, you might find yourself bored with nothing to do since you can’t go outside. …

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Affordable Gift Ideas for Valentine’s Day

Jenna Stover Student Writer Trying to find the perfect gift for your boyfriend, girlfriend or BFF this Valentine’s Day? I understand—the pressure is on. You don’t want to be cliché while trying to avoid damage to your already depleted bank account. Here are a few ideas that can help you …

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BSU’s #WeMatter Showcase Celebrates Black History Month

Willie Hope Sports & Rec Editor Not to be confused with the #WeMatterMessiah movement, the Black Student Union put on a two-night event this past weekend to celebrate Black History Month. Thursday included a Career and Professional Development seminar for students of color, and on Friday night students were able …

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Giving Day aims to raise 100k for students

Alyssa Burd Online Editor Tomorrow, the Office of Annual Giving is hosting Messiah’s first-ever Giving Day to raise money for scholarships, campus programs and activities. According to Cady Sullivan, assistant director of Annual Giving, “Giving Day is a 24-hour campaign during which we are hoping to raise $100,000 to support …

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SGA’s LEAD Week lends spotlight to student leadership

Alyssa Burd Online Editor Leadership skills play an important role in Messiah’s mission to prepare its students for life after college and this week, SGA is sponsoring LEAD Week which is dedicated to promoting student leadership on campus. In honor of this week, we talked to some current student leaders …

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