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Healthy and easy recipes: Portobello mushroom pizzas

Jennifer Morgan Student Writer As college students, it’s difficult to cook meals that are quick, easy, affordable, healthy and delicious. Do such recipes even exist?! I wondered the same question, so I’ve been experimenting in the kitchen over the past year to try and figure out how to make recipes …

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Students attend American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition

Alyssa Burd Online Editor In mid-March, senior biochemistry majors Emily Reale, Sarah Zwart and Anna Love had the opportunity to attend the American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition in San Diego, California. With help from their advisors and a few grants from SGA, the students were able to spend …

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Ultimate Frisbee team works harder than ever

Alyssa Burd Online Editor Everyone on Messiah’s campus knows how important athletics are to the school’s tradition of excellence. Messiah Men’s Ultimate Frisbee team is working especially hard this season to maintain our College’s tradition. “The guys play together from August until May,” said Frisbee Coach Charlie Hoppes. “They spend …

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Dining addition now open to the college

Alyssa Burd Online Editor The long-awaited opening of the Lottie dining addition has finally arrived! The Martin Commons officially opened this morning to students and faculty of the College. Even though construction on the outdoor spaces continues, the interior commons now offers additional seating and a new area for students to …

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World Water Day and Collaboratory project focus on improving water

Madeline Crocenzi, Editor-in-Chief and Alyssa Burd, Online Editor On March 22, for World Water Day, the White House and the United Nations worked to increase awareness of water quality and quantity in the United States and abroad. The ongoing goal is to improve the quality and quantity of water to …

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Taking a bite out of the Big Apple

Mason McFee Student Writer New York City – the city that never sleeps, full of bright lights, home to Times Square and the Eastern Psychological Association Conference…wait, what? Over this past spring break, a group of six Messiah students and three professors traveled to the Eastern Psychological Association Conference in New …

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Edmunds and Heisey win SGA election

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief Next year’s student body president and vice president will be seniors Jacob Edmunds and Julie Heisey. There were a record-breaking 1,531 verified votes from current undergraduate students. Edmunds and Heisey received over 62% of the votes in the race against Serrano and Johnson and Bell and MacLean. …

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Presidential elections come to Messiah

Stephanie Bricker Student Writer As the United States continues its search for a president and vice president, Messiah students are also looking for two worthy candidates to hold SGA office for the 2016-2017 academic year. Last night, the three presidential pairs gathered for a debate night in the Union to …

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Women’s Lacrosse confident throughout 2016 season

Alyssa Burd Online Editor With the 2016 season underway, Messiah’s women’s lacrosse team holds high expectations for each team member as they hope to advance farther into the NCAA Championship than they ever have before. Last year, the Falcons suffered a tough loss of 14-7 against Tufts University in the …

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Zipcar arrives at Messiah

Valerie Bell Student Writer There is a new buzz going around campus that all students seem to be talking about – the Zipcar. Zipcar is the world’s leading car-sharing service that allows students to have a car on campus without the hassle of paying for gas and insurance. Students who are …

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