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Campus Closet: The Best of Homecoming 2015

Bree Whitelock: Online Editor The Homecoming Dance is a night of picture-taking, dancing, mingling, and most importantly (in my opinion) fashion. Taking place this past Friday evening, many Messiah students set the stage for being fashion-forward at this year’s Homecoming Dance. 1. Fierce, flirtatious and fabulous – red has never …

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Controversy over “White Student Union” Twitter Page

Maddie Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief On Wednesday night an anonymous “White Student Union” twitter page was created with the handle @Messiahwsu. The page was created in response to Messiah’s Black Student Union. The first tweet from the account reads, “here’s to equality, where just because you can have a black one doesn’t mean it has …

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Falling: The Play

Mimi Pedercini Culture Editor The dimming of the lights brought a hush over the audience. As the spotlights shone, the stage came alive with the story of the Martins, based after the reality of Playwright Deanna Jent’s family. Falling, presented by the Messiah College Department of Theater and Dance, gives a glimpse …

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Peanuts Celebrate 65th Anniversary

Aimee Stehman Student Writer It’s October, which means a couple of things for Messiah students such as homecoming, fall break, and Halloween. October also signifies the beginning of the upcoming holiday season where we get to quote everyone’s favorite comic strip, “Peanuts”. To add to the excitement, the Peanuts comic just recently …

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Hispanic Heritage Month

Elizabeth Gutman Student Writer National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated annually from September 15th to October 15th. This part of the year is set aside for Americans to commemorate the families whose ancestors originated from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, as well as Central and South America. Lyndon B. Johnson, the 36th president …

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Sustainability Office: What Do They Do?

Alyssa Burd Student Writer Have you ever noticed the little office tucked in the corner just outside the Falcon? This office is for Sustainability and, although it may look small, it’s definitely accomplishing big things on campus! According to their website, the Messiah College Sustainability Office serves to “…foster a …

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Nicholas Kristof Comes To Messiah

Rose Talbot Student Life Editor Monday, October 5, was a historic day for journalism aficionados at Messiah College. Why? Two words: Nicholas Kristof. If you haven’t heard of him before, allow me to give you a little run-down. Kristof is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner (think the Golden Globe of the journalism …

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4 Tips to Stress Less

Erin Zakin Web Manager Despite our best efforts, stress is a side effect of life that no one can avoid. College students are told time after time to lower stress levels, yet we still stay up in the library as late as possible with our large caffeinated beverages, getting much …

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Fall Photo Shoot Tips

Jenna Stover Student Writer As the leaves spend their time changing colors, who doesn’t want to capture the swiftly changing and vast array of colors in a photograph with friends? What better location to do exactly that than on the covered bridge or the area surrounding the breeches, with its …

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40th Annual Canoe-A-Thon

Bree Whitelock Online Editor Recognized as the “most epic canoe-a-thon” yet, 45 Messiah students, parents and trip leaders embarked on a 20-mile journey down the yellow breeches this past Saturday. “The Canoe-a-thon is an annual event that involves a 20 mile-long canoe trip down the Yellow Breeches to the Susquehanna River …

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