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Tattoo Tuesdays: Jake Stanaford

Ian Tan Student Writer For many people in our generation, tattoos have always prompted a spark of curiosity and appreciation. Many tattoos project a message beyond the physical aesthetics of art transferred from mind onto skin. Some stories are easily discernible, others are more obscure. This week, I met with …

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6 tips for making the most of your living space

Elle Perrin Student Writer College is an adventure. From making sure you wake up on time for your 8 a.m. to balancing extracurricular activities with your work schedule, each day always brings something new. For those of you who are settling into the college grind, you may have learned that …

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Millions raised for Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

Lilly Kashishian Student Writer On August 25, Hurricane Harvey made landfall along the Texas coast—it only took 56 hours for Harvey to begin as a tropical depression and strengthen into a category four hurricane, making it the most catastrophic hurricane the state of Texas has ever seen. “This will be …

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Quick-takes from Move-In Day: First-Year Parents

Becky Kimmel Editor-in-Chief Today Messiah welcomed first year students and their families to campus! Question: What is some advice you have for your first-year student? Paul Mills Dad of Abby Mills – Witmer “Enjoy the journey. Work hard to do the best you can, but don’t stress out too much. …

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Quick-takes from move-in day: First-year Students

Alyssa Burd Online Editor Question: What are you looking forward to the most this year? Witmer Residents: Wit Wit What! Abby Mills Major: Biopsychology “Probably just meeting new people and going to classes—just campus life in general.”       Ethan Wong Major: Computer Science “The campus is amazing—I really, …

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Fitness Center Construction Coming to a Close

Mikaela Mummert Summer Director A long awaited project is nearing its end. Construction to update and renovate the Fitness Center is finishing up as the school year draws near. All renovations are scheduled to be completed by the end of August. The Fitness Center is scheduled to open on the …

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Swinging Bridge Closed Due to Falling Tree

Mikaela Mummert Summer Director The Swinging Bridge on campus has been closed after a falling tree caused damage last weekend. The tree, located on the Starry side of the bridge, tore some of the handrails and decking from the structure. One supporting beam was ripped off, making the bridge unsafe …

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Messiah Dreams Big: Isaiah Snyder

Stephanie Bricker Student Life Editor Isaiah Snyder is a first-year commercial music major who dreams of using music to impact and help people the way music has impacted him. Many of us know how music can change or encourage us in challenging situations or help us celebrate enjoyable times. Snyder …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Kyra Bond

Tyler Jenkins Student Writer This week I sat down with first-year communication major, Kyra Bond, to talk about her tattoo and its significance for her faith. After taking a J-term class with Kyra, I’ve wanted to ask about her tattoo, as I had seen it around on social media beforehand. …

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