Antigone Review

Antigone Review

On Oct. 1, Messiah’s Theatre Department began its fall 2020 Season with “Antigone.”   Senior musical theatre major Katie Phykitt and theatre professor Dan Inouye direct this classic Greek tragedy. Though originally written by Sophocles in 441 B.C., the cast and...
Quarantine Checklist

Quarantine Checklist

No one ever expected that they would find themselves quarantined at college during a global pandemic. There is really no way to plan for that. But, there are a few important takeaways from quarantined students’ experiences, which can help if you are called to enter...

Admissions Safety

Even under the modified semester, the Messiah University Admissions Office upholds its mission to provide prospective students with a resource for any questions or concerns about the college search process. Admissions employees continue to extend the Messiah community...

First Day of Classes

“I prayerfully and hopefully declare the 2020-2021 academic year at Messiah University to be officially open.” With these words, Messiah University President Kim Phipps commenced another year’s studies beginning on August 25th.    The title of “university” is not...
Faith During the Pandemic

Faith During the Pandemic

Sometimes it’s hard to have faith. It is the definition of “easier said than done.” We cannot physically see it. It cannot be confined to a singular human feeling. Not even one path is correct for all those of faith. At Messiah, we profess that each one of us is...
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