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Living the Language

by Natalie Vermeulen, Student Writer “If I could have any superpower, I would speak all the languages in the world,” a young college student mused aloud as she walked back across campus after dinner on a warm spring evening. “I would love to be able to communicate with anyone I …

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Happy National Egg Day!

by Kelly Webber, Summer Director Happy National Egg Day! It’s June 3rd, which means that it’s time to celebrate the eggs on your plate and the chickens on your campus. There are two chicken coops located on campus. The first can be found near the entrance to campus with the …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Courtney Catlin

Stephanie Bricker Student Writer Some people find the inspiration for their first tattoo on Pinterest or by thinking of an idea and pondering it for a week, a month or even a year. But sophomore accounting major Courtney Catlin was inspired for her first tattoo in the middle of Walmart …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Taylor Forbes

Stephanie Bricker Student Writer “A way to permanently honor someone who was only temporarily in my life.” That’s how Taylor Forbes, who is majoring in human development and family science with a minor in multicultural family studies, describes her memorial tattoo. Who exactly is the tattoo in memory of? Keep …

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Humans of Messiah: Tyler McFeaters

Natalie Vermeulen Student Writer Name: Tyler McFeaters Year: Junior Major: Environmental Science Get to know Tyler, a junior at Messiah who’s passionate about track and environmental science. Find him running the 1500 or doing research on the aquaponics system in the greenhouse—either way, he’ll be having fun and using his …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Julia Pearl

Stephanie Bricker Student Writer Whether it’s a spontaneous choice or a long-pondered, careful decision, tattoos are forever. Julie Pearl is a sophomore education major with a dual certification in elementary education and special education with a minor in TESOL. She also has a tattoo that was a whole year in …

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The Secret Life of the Messiah Professor: From Montana Country Boy to Big Game Biologist

Zoë Lehmann Student Writer After 21 years of teaching here at Messiah, Dr. Michael Cosby is retiring. Though he is the author of your Encountering the Bible textbook, Dr. Cosby did not always see himself becoming a Bible professor with two degrees and a Ph.D. “I grew up in a …

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