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10 Reasons You Should Apply to Work at the Pulse

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief The Pulse is a pretty unique organization. We’re constantly running around campus taking pictures, scribbling notes, and fighting off carpal tunnel when furiously tweeting campus news. All while wearing pretty sweet black t-shirts. If you’ve ever thought that it would be great to pursue your media passions, …

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French Club Talkback Reflects on Power of Words

Mimi Pedercini Culture Editor In response to the horrors in Paris and Beirut, the Messiah College’s French Club co-hosted a talkback with the American Enterprise Institute (A.E.I.) Executive Council. ISIS, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, stands behind the shootings and bombings in both of these cities. Recently, the …

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Campus Closet: Mothco Clothing

Bree Whitelock Online Editor More Than Conquerors, referenced as Mothco, started as the idea of two high school students wanting to positively impact the lives of local families affected by cancer. Mothco co-founder and Messiah College Sophomore, Samuel Bernhardt continues to live out the company’s mission two years later. Mothco’s mission remains “to partner …

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Campus Construction Update

Alyssa Burd Student Writer Sounds of construction equipment and walking on detoured paths around campus are two things many Messiah students have become accustomed to this semester – but what exactly is the update on the construction process? There are big changes in store for the campus in the next …

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Anatomy of Gray Play Opens Thursday

Rose Talbot Student Life Editor If your calendar’s looking pretty empty this weekend or the next, Messiah’s Department of Theatre and Dance has the perfect way to fill your time. On Thursday, Nov. 12, Anatomy of Gray opens and has a little something to offer to everyone, according to the actors. The …

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What’s Life as a Commuter Like?

Mason McFee Student Writer Commuters – they simply drive to school and back, so what’s the big deal? Commuters are often overlooked people on campus, and the big deal is we need to give them more attention. Sure, they may be recognized as students, but we often forget to focus …

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Operation Christmas Child: How to Get Involved on Campus

Alyssa Burd Student Writer With one holiday season past, more are right around the corner! Several individuals on Messiah’s campus are already embracing the Christmas spirit, especially Kami Yuen and Jamie Armstrong of Bittner second. This year, Yuen and Armstrong are working together to organize a dorm-wide Operation Christmas Child …

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