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5 Reasons You Should Pick Up the Swinging Bridge Magazine

Maddie Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief Tomorrow is arguably going to be the best Monday of the 2015-2016 academic year so far.  Right now, you’re probably wondering why. Is it warm cookie day in Lottie? Will there be hundreds of adorable puppies running around campus? Or maybe there’s going to be a freak …

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Pope Francis’ U.S Trip

Brooke Pompeo Student Writer The media has been buzzing ever since the Italian plane arrived in D.C. on Tuesday. Every news channel, website, and social media account has been following Pope Francis this week as he makes a historic visit to the United States. The World Meeting of Families, which …

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Campus Closet: Black to the Basics

Bree Whitelock Online Editor The season itself isn’t dark and dreary, as the weather’s still hitting into the 70s each day, but there’s been a subtle change in wardrobe colors the past two weeks. Black, a color for any season or any event, is the perfect color to help you …

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President Obama Appoints Changes to FAFSA

Sarah Henry Student Writer In a recent attempt to recognize college selection as nourishment for the mind that lasts a lifetime, President Obama has set plans through FAFSA to help pave the way toward a quality and cost-effective college experience. To emphasize the importance of disseminating financial aid, President Obama …

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Sollenberger Sports Complex Remodel

Aimee Stehman Student Writer It’s no secret Messiah is up to something big, given the blocked sidewalks, numerous detours and bright, yellow colored hard hats around campus. There’s an upside to all of this construction work – Messiah’s campus will soon be the proud owners of an updated, larger and …

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Dorm Room Meals

Have you ever thought about starting your mornings with more than just a granola bar and a cup of coffee? President of the Student Nutrition Awareness Club (SNAC), Alia Burlew, has you covered. Here, she gives two recipes for quick and nutritious breakfasts you can make right in your apartment …

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Syrian Refugees Seek Asylum within Germany’s Borders

Alyssa Burd Student Writer Germany recently opened up its borders and welcomed approximately 20,000 Syrian refugees into the country. Many of these refugees are Iranian and Afghan Muslims seeking asylum within Germany’s borders and hundreds of these individuals have chosen to convert from Islam to Christianity. This widespread conversion from …

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