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Brexit: A nation divided abroad and at home

Madeline Crocenzi Summer Director The aftermath of Brexit, the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union, was on display yesterday as Theresa May succeeded David Cameron as Britain’s prime minister. This power shift comes three weeks after the U.K.’s referendum in which leaving the EU won 52% to 48%. The …

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Campus construction updates

Madeline Crocenzi Summer Director Even though classes have ended and most residence halls are empty, there’s still plenty going on around Messiah. This summer, the campus has been alive with renovations and continued construction projects. Here are four of the major projects you should know about: Sollenberger Sports Center The …

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The secret life of the Messiah bees

Madeline Crocenzi Summer Director If you walk down to the Grantham Community Garden’s lower plot across from the rec fields, you probably won’t notice anything out of the ordinary. It looks like your standard garden with rows of vegetables, some chickens and an overwhelming sense of quiet. But the two …

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Honors keep coming for Messiah’s Visual Arts Department

Madeline Crocenzi Summer Director The Pulse recently learned professor Sean Matthews was also named a finalist by the State Museum of Pennsylvania for the “Art of the State: Pennsylvania 2016” exhibition. Matthews is an associate professor of art, and works with the traditional techniques of sculpture. His faculty profile says …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Janae Palmer

Jen Morgan Student Writer It’s the last Tuesday of the school year, so it’s time for one last Tattoo Tuesdays before the summer begins! This week, I got to interview senior Janae Palmer about her three stunning tattoos and what they mean to her. Jen Morgan: How many tattoos do …

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Reclaim: Stories of Messiah

Junmey Wang Student Writer Every person you pass by has a story if you’d stop – and listen. This is a work-in-progress – a project to share the voices around us that are awaiting to be heard. The stories you’ll read here help us explore universal truths and our common humanity, bringing to light the points in …

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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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