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Tattoo Tuesdays: Emily Hess

Stephanie Bricker Student Writer Empowerment. What types of things does this word bring to mind? Tattoos? No? Senior nursing major and English literature minor Emily Hess would beg to differ. She shared with us her story this week about how the ancient words she’s placed on her body had a …

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The Human Circuit Goes Live on Pulse FM

Maddie Conley Online Editor The Pulse office was packed full on Saturday with a bass, keyboard, saxophone, drums and four members of the Texas-based indie band The Human Circuit. Streaming live on WVMM Pulse FM, The Human Circuit played an original song and were interviewed by Student Director and Music …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Sarah O’Boyle

Stephanie Bricker Student Writer Warm weather is slowly but surely approaching us, one day at a time. Every day we come closer to March 20th, flowers appear, jeans become cuffed and you may start to see more tattoos! During the lovely summer-like weather last week, I found junior chemistry major …

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Humans of Messiah: Megan Hess

Natalie Vermeulen Student Writer Name: Megan Hess Year: Senior Major: Public Relations Megan Hess is a bubbly, friendly lover of musicals, writing and movies. One day you might find her as a published author, but for now, see what inspires her while she’s here at Messiah: Can you tell me …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Josiah Nisly

Stephanie Bricker Student Writer Have you ever seen a tattoo in a particular shape that made you think, “why on earth is that worthy of being permanently placed on your body?” Next time this thought goes through your head, you should ask the person. That’s what I did with Josiah …

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Humans of Messiah: Lydia Wittman

Natalie Vermeulen Student Writer Name: Lydia Wittman Year: Sophomore Major: English with a writing concentration Lydia Wittman is an impressive writer, a poetic thinker, and a fan of conversation, Percy Jackson, and random facts of knowledge. Do you have a favorite quote or one you think fits with your life? …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Kia Treml

Stephanie Bricker Student Writer Tattoos can serve many purposes, represent many things and tell many stories. For Kia Treml, ’21, tattoos have almost always been part of her life. They are a way to connect with her parents and she has gotten tattoos dedicated to each of them. How many …

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A Month or a Mindset: Black History Month

Maddie Conley Online Editor How do we reconcile the contrasting realities of two holidays occurring in and defining the same month? February brings Valentine’s Day as well as Black History Month. One holiday is riddled with love and warm feelings, the other recognizes a struggle against hate. The themes of …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Abby Pepitone

Stephanie Bricker Student Life Editor Getting a tattoo can be a scary experience. For a lot of people, there’s a fear that a visible tattoo may hold you back professionally. But, for senior education major Abby Pepitone, her compass tattoo was worth it. Not even the threat of professional backlash …

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