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Department of Communication hosts Media Town Hall

Ally Hufford Student Writer Accusations of “fake news” seem to be everywhere these days. Claims come from people inhabiting all regions of the political spectrum, making it hard for the American public to figure out who to trust. The Department of Communication hosted a CultureConnect event entitled “A Survivor’s Guide …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Kaci Lehman

Ian Tan Student Writer Tattoos have long been emphasized as communicative mediums, but they are all the more special when they are used to reveal a person’s passions, values, connections with people—anything that contributes to their identity. This week, I met with sophomore music (business) major Kaci Lehman, whose tattoos …

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Karibu Night: A Glimpse of Africa

Kelly Webber Web Manager The African Student Union (ASU) hosted Karibu Night on Saturday, November 11. Karibu Night fostered African culture in a variety of ways including dances and music, traditional, and a fashion show of clothing from various African countries. According to ASU Treasurer Gloria Igihozo, “Karibu Night is …

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Agape Center Encourages “Faith in Action”

Sharlene Oong Student Writer The Agape Center is the campus hub for service learning. Known to contribute to the service aspect of Christ, it “develops, administers resources and coordinates programs of service learning, community service and missions,” according to their website. The Agape Center has three branches which consists of …

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Panel Opens Discussion on “Take-a-Knee” Movement

Becky Kimmel Editor-in-Chief On Monday night in the Union, five panelists debated their views on the ‘Take-a-Knee’ movement at the Division of Student Affairs-sponsored event, Sports and Politics: Contextualizing the Take-a-Knee Movement. The five panelists included philosophy professor David Schenk, senior politics major Satchel Johnsen, senior broadcasting and media production …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Amber Paxton

Ian Tan Student Writer Tattoos have always seemed to provide a platform of curiosity and conversation, where people can learn about each other over the narratives tattoos symbolize. This week, I had the chance to speak with Amber Paxton, a sophomore Education Cert major, who got a tattoo symbolizing her …

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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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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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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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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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