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8 fun things to get you in the fall spirit

Jessica Henry Student Writer There’s a certain chill in the air that can only mean one thing—fall is here! With the change in season, it’s time for a change in fun. Try something pumpkin spice flavored If you’ve never had a pumpkin spice latte, they’re worth trying at least once. …

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Humans of Messiah: Tina Perez

Maddie Conley Student Writer Name: Tina Perez Class: Junior (2nd year) Major: Biochemistry Who are you Tina? The first thing that’s really important about me is that I have an identical twin. I also have a brother who is ten years older than me because my parents really suck at …

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Take Me to Church: Part 2

Stephanie Bricker Student Life Editor With an abundance of churches in the Harrisburg/Mechanicsburg area, choosing an option for regular Sunday attendance might be a looming decision. But the Pulse is here to help. In our September magazine, we covered six churches that Messiah students go to on Sunday mornings. From …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Toby Doyle

Ian Tan Student Writer “Do not cut your bodies for the dead or put tattoo marks on yourselves. I am the Lord,” Leviticus 19:28 (NIV). Last week, I raised the topic of Christian controversy over tattoos. Though this day and age seems to have more people who are open to …

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With Fall Comes Football Fever

Lilly Kashishian Student Writer Fall means pumpkin spice, pumpkin lattes, basically pumpkin everything and, of course…football! As we head into the 2017-2018 NFL season there are a lot of questions to be answered. Will the Madden Curse affect superstar quarterback Tom Brady? Will Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott have a …

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Crafting your climate testimony

Becky Kimmel Editor-in-Chief As the first event of the three-part Climate Conversations series on campus this fall, Kyle Meyaard-Schaap, spokesperson for Young Evangelicals for Climate Action, led a workshop on “Crafting Your Climate Testimony” Monday night. Students from all programs and majors came to explore their fears and frustrations associated …

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Campus is Growing Greener Thanks to Grantham Garden

Elle Perrin Student Writer Gardening is not just about growing things. It’s about tending to the things we are growing and caring for them with a faithful effort. Sometimes we have to get a little dirty in order to make something beautiful—something Messiah’s sustainability program knows all too well with …

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Power Outage corrected on campus

Alyssa Burd Online Editor At approximately 5:00 p.m. last evening, a power outage occurred on campus forcing college operations to temporarily close Eisenhower Campus Center and Sollenberger Sports Center until the power could be restored. According to Director of Facility Services Brad Markley, “We had a failure of the CHP …

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