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Income inequality in the U.S.

Michael Scinto Student Writer   On Tuesday, March 22, the Messiah College Democrats held an event on income inequality, the first in a series hosted by the club focused on important issues in contemporary American politics. In Jordan Atrium, a diverse range of students gathered to hear about and discuss …

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The Netflix effect

Andrew Weir Student Writer Binge-watching is an infamous ritual for many Netflix subscribers, where we sit down with a pizza from the Union and grind through our favorite television shows or Netflix originals. Binge-watching can be a great way to relax, but it has more consequences than we’d like to …

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Strong work ethic propels Brooke Pompeo to success

Daulton Leonard Student Writer There is a saying that speaks of living up to your family name. History has shown that people whose last names model trades were usually masters in their respective field. If language history derivatives are correct, then Brooke Pompeo is the archetype of her last name. …

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Should we stay or leave now?

Cam Caem Student Writer Imagine the excitement of receiving an acceptance letter from your dream college. Now imagine the joy and fulfillment of attending that college after years of perseverance and hard work. Finally, picture that moment of hearing a presidential candidate in that country you’re now studying in declaring …

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Attacks on studying abroad: How recent terrorist attacks are affecting study abroad programs

Myriam Pedercini Culture Editor The morning of March 22, the world was shocked by three bombings claimed to be attacks organized by the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL). It caused Europe to flash back to the evening of November 13, 2015, when terror attacks struck Paris, again claimed …

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Give ’em a Break campaign helps students during finals

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief Messiah alumni, parents, and grandparents are giving students a break by providing a $3 gift on every student’s ID card this finals week. The $3 is good to use at The Falcon, Union or Café Diem May 4-May 14. To redeem the $3 students must say, “Give …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Camillus Caem Anak Nahar

Jen Morgan Student Writer For this week’s edition of Tattoo Tuesdays, I sat down with Camillus Caem to learn more about his tattoo stories. I learned a lot during my interview with Cam, but the most important lesson I took away? Make sure you stay true to yourself. Here, Cam …

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Students create “Against Doubt” website

Stephanie Bricker Student Writer What can a Christian do when they doubt the faith they’ve trusted for years? How can a college student begin to answer big questions that attack them in their time of independence? Do resources exist that actually understand these struggles? These are the questions that first-year …

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Healthy and easy recipes: Low-carb eggplant parmesan

Jen Morgan Student Writer For my third and final recipe for this column, I wanted to cook another vegetarian meal, since vegetarian cooking has been pretty reflective of my semester. This recipe is very similar to the Portobello mushroom pizzas I recommend, but it takes a little longer to prepare …

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