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Business with a Purpose: Impact Venture Challenge

Jessica Henry Student Writer Tonight six teams will compete on the stage of Parmer Hall in the finale of the Impact Venture Challenge to win a piece of $10,000 to further their idea. First place earns $5,000, second place $3,000, and third place $2,000. According to their website, the Impact …

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Splice Film Festival Showcases Diverse Student Work

Robert Bouffard Student Writer Sixteen original films were screened in Parmer Cinema that was packed with excited friends, family and faculty on Sunday. Students from Department of Communication displayed their creativity and originality during the Splice Student Film Festival. The full house could be pretty intimidating for some of the …

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Joey Tartell Performs with Messiah College Jazz Ensembles

Carter Stowman Student Writer Joey Tartell, an associate professor of trumpet and the director of undergraduate studies at Indian University’s Jacobs School of Music, took a week to visit Messiah College to work with students and perform with them. When I got the chance to speak with Tartell he expressed …

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Gun Violence Walkout 2018: Recap and Photo Gallery

Maddie Conley Online Editor Students left classes early on Friday and headed to Eisenhower lawn to mourn the death of those killed by gun violence. Speakers composed of students, faculty and administrators memorialized those affected and called attention to a need for societal change. Organized by Toby Doyle, ’19, and …

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Last Civil Discourse of the Semester Addresses Privilege

Dakota Vaughn Assistant Student Director Social privilege was the topic of discussion for SGA’s third installment of the Civil Discourse series last night. The event was the last in the series for this semester, and nearly every seat in Boyer 131 was occupied. According to a poll taken before the …

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Rwanda Genocide Survivor Aids Victims Through Story

Matt Dekonty Student Writer Umuhoza Pari Liliane has dedicated her life to victims of genocides throughout the world and believes that sharing stories and coming to terms with grief benefits survivors and eliminates trauma that gets passed down generations. She shared her own story in Parmer Cinema on Tuesday. “When …

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“When Crisis Hits Close to Home”: Pa. Opioid Epidemic

Sharlene Oong Student Writer Geisinger Holy Spirit Medical Group and Messiah College School of Graduate Studies co-sponsored a vital discussion on Monday in Parmer, addressing the opioid epidemic in Pennsylvania. The diverse group of panelists included Carrie DeLone, Duane Nieves, Kristin Varner, Jordan Barbour, Leah Clark and Karl Bergmann. The …

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