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Daily De-Stressors: 5 Activities to Beat the Midterm Blues

Maggie Shive Student Writer If you’re searching for something to help you relax after midterms, look no further than these five stress-free activities! Read Legend by Marie Lu In a dystopian nation known as the Republic, prodigy June Iparis loses her older brother and the nation’s most-wanted criminal, Day, is …

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2017 Homecoming Dance to be held this Sunday

Ian Tan Student Writer Homecoming weekend has been one of Messiah’s greatest legacies. A significant portion of this nostalgia-inducing custom is the Homecoming Dance, a fancier version of most SAB dances, complete with themes, formal dress and elaborate decorations. SAB Dance Executive Jenny Woolley explains this year’s theme and details. …

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Humans of Messiah: Chris Muchimba

Maddie Conley Student Writer Chris Muchimba Year: Junior Major: Digital Media Concentration in Video and Story You have probably seen him either walking around campus with a camera or speeding around on his bike, smiling and laughing either way. He is a fun, outgoing half-Zambian, half-New Yorker that’s always looking …

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Update: Power Restored to South Complex

Mikaela Mummert Student Director Update as of 8:00 a.m.: The momentary power outage at around 3:00 p.m. yesterday was the cause of the outage in South Complex. After this blip, facilities staff noticed that the transformer that supplied power to the complex was smoking. The fire department was called and …

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South Complex Affected by Power Outage

Mikaela Mummert Student Director At around 3 p.m. this afternoon, a power blip on campus caused some disruption leading to a power outage in South Complex. Director of Facility Services, Brad Markley, confirmed at the scene that the power blip caused a fuse to be blown resulting in the loss …

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The Many Faces of Midterms

Lilly Kashishian Student Writer It’s that wonderful time of the semester when you wish that fall break could have lasted just a little bit longer. Welcome to the “Many Faces of Midterms” week—you’ve seen the faces and you know you can relate. 1.The “I’m stressed and need sleep” face. You know …

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Powerhouse Builds Community on Campus

Sharlene Oong Student Writer Students gather at Hostetter chapel every Thursday night for an hour of worship. The best part? Unlike chapel, attendance is not required from the student body. Rather, students of all backgrounds voluntarily come together to create a Powerhouse for Christ. Powerhouse originally began with the concept …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Jordan Munoz

Ian Tan Student Writer For many, the decision to get a tattoo is heavily influenced by parental approval. Some bold people shrug and get one anyway, choosing to brace themselves for the storm, while others may wait until they are living independently. This week, I sat down with sophomore art …

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Daily De-Stressors: 4 Top Picks to get you in the Halloween Spirit

Charmaine Lim Student Writer October means it’s time for all things spooky and exciting. With Fall Break this week and Halloween at the end of the month, here are a few things to get you into the October spirit. Read Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children Inspired by a collection …

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Daily De-Stressors: 5 relaxing activities to kick off October

Maggie Shive Student Writer October is finally here, which means exams and projects are starting to come up. Between studying and work, be sure to take some time and de-stress. We have a brand-new set of recommendations for you this week, so set aside some time to relax! Read Steelheart …

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