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Falcons Ready to Shine on Thursday Night

by Ashlyn Miller and Mason McFee As students turn their calendars to November and start working toward Thanksgiving break, the Messiah women’s soccer team is staying in high gear. The postseason begins Thursday night for the No.1-seeded Falcons, as they face No. 4 Lebanon Valley College on Shoemaker Field in …

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Part Two: Christ-Minded Feminism

Jennifer Morgan Student Writer In the first part of my series about Christ-Minded Feminism, I spoke about what feminism really means, and why it’s important for Christians to think more in depth about this topic. To gain insight from other students about what feminism means in their lives, I asked four students – both …

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6th Day Sexuality Chapel Recap

Kelly Webber Student Writer On October 29th, Messiah welcomed two guest speakers to a Thursday-night chapel “Viewpoints: A Dialogue on Christianity & Sexual Identity.” The debate was part of the 6th Day Sexuality series hosted by the Engle Center. According to messiah.edu, this series “equips Messiah College students to pursue healthy …

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The Power of Words: A reflection on Kirby Farrell’s talk

Jenna Stover Student Writer On Thursday afternoon, October 29th, the School of Humanities and the Department of English held a guest speaker event in Boyer. Messiah College hosted Kirby Farrell, a professor of English at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Farrell is considered accomplished as a novelist, jazz pianist and composer, …

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Active Shooter: Don’t Be Alarmed

Jenna Stover Student Writer In light of recent campus shootings, Messiah College sent out a mass email providing information and listing required education sessions for all first-year students. Specifically, this mass email was released after the Umpqua Community College in Oregon shooting where 9 individuals were killed by an enrolled …

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Reflection on the “Thoughts About a White Student Union” Discussion

Erin Zakin Web Manager Addressing the question, “Why don’t we have a white student union?” SAB and Student Affairs co-hosted a discussion this past Monday. This question recently emerged after a Twitter account was created by an assumed-Messiah student. The account with the name @MessiahWSU was brought to the attention …

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Student Ashlyn Miller Attends National Broadcast Conference

Maddie Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief Two weeks ago, junior Ashlyn Miller traveled to Atlanta, Georgia, met Gavin DeGraw, attended sessions on the latest technology and strategies for broadcasters in the hotel where part of the Hunger Games was filmed, and networked with media professionals, all while on a student scholarship. On Sept. …

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Human Trafficking: Where’s Your Part in the Matter?

Sharlene Oong Student Writer “Cash or credit?” “Would you like to sign up for our membership?” “Go premium.” “Do you need a bag for that?” Do any of these phrases sound familiar to you? Most people hear them on a daily basis, going about their regular routine. However, there are people …

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