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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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Media and Race: #reconcileatMessiah

Willie Hope Sports Editor The Black Student Union hosted a “Media and Race” event on Thursday night in Kline. Dr. Malaika Turner, currently a professor at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, as well as an author and motivational speaker, spoke about the effect media has on race. When asked why she …

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Humans of Messiah: Alumni Edition

Jemi Lui Student Writer In honor of Messiah’s Homecoming this past weekend, this edition of Humans of Messiah is dedicated to alumni! Gerald Wingert Class of 1950 Major: Philosophy and Religion What is your history with Messiah? I have a long heritage here at Messiah College. My grandfather was on …

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Humans of Messiah: Amanda Petersen

Jemi Lui Student Writer Amanda Petersen Year: Sophomore Major: Math with Teaching Certification What do you like best about being on a sports team? Being in a team sport just gives you an instant family. Coming in that first week, I was just immediately surrounded by friends who just poured …

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2016 Powder Puff Wrap-Up

Ashlyn Miller Student Director Game 1: Seniors vs. First-Years Final Score— 29-12, Seniors Highlights: The first-years started off the day with a pass-heavy offensive strategy, but couldn’t convert on their attempts. The seniors went with the opposite method, focusing on a strong running game. Three strong run plays allowed the …

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Get to know your 2016 homecoming court: Part 5

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief Meet the final pair of this year’s Homecoming Court – Jake and DayPop! Name: DayPop (Dayren Soto) Major: Elementary Education and Special Education What’s one thing your friends would say about you?   My laugh gets me kicked out of the library! Name: Jake Edmunds Major: Accounting, …

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Get to know your 2016 homecoming court: Part 4

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief Another day, another chance to vote. Meet two more members of the 2016 Homecoming Court! Name: Alex Reinhard Major: Business Administration If you could master one skill what would it be? You know, like nunchuck skills, bow hunting skills, computer hacking skills. Name: Samantha Morse Major: Accounting (minor …

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