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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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Athletic Department to host Unspoken in concert fundraiser

Jessica Henry Student Writer If you like the popular Christian songs “Start a Fire,” “Call It Grace” or “The Cure,” an opportunity to see the band behind those songs live is coming soon. Unspoken is coming to campus on Friday, September 29. The Falcon Athletic Network is hosting the event …

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5 reasons why you should come to the Pulse’s fifth birthday party!

Alyssa Burd Online Editor It’s hard to believe that The Pulse is turning five years old! After all of these years of providing campus with news, videos, radio and so much more, all of us at The Pulse have decided to celebrate, and we want everyone to join in on …

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Get ready for Service Day 2017

Jessica Henry Student Writer A unique opportunity that students have at Messiah is the ability to participate in Service Day, happening on April 20. First-year students serve as buddies to athletes in the Special Olympics as part of their CCC class. Sophomores, juniors and seniors have the option to serve …

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Center for the Public Humanities to Host Annual Symposium

Jessica Henry Student Writer Beginning on Monday, the Center for Public Humanities will hold its annual week-long symposium, of which this year’s theme is slavery and justice from antiquity to present. The week will feature a variety of lectures, panels and presentations given by faculty members and students, as well …

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BSU’s #WeMatter Showcase Celebrates Black History Month

Willie Hope Sports & Rec Editor Not to be confused with the #WeMatterMessiah movement, the Black Student Union put on a two-night event this past weekend to celebrate Black History Month. Thursday included a Career and Professional Development seminar for students of color, and on Friday night students were able …

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Ken Burns spotlights stories, not himself

Ashlyn Miller Student Director “Listen!” was the call that repeatedly rang through Parmer Hall on Tuesday evening. There was no need to call attention to the speaker—his reputation alone commanded a presence—rather, attention was called to the voices from the past, brought to life through his films. A filmmaker with …

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