Capitol Riots Multicultural Meeting

The Multicultural Council hosted an event on Jan. 29 to discuss the insurrection that occurred at the U.S. capitol. This event titled “What Happened On 1/6” was created to provide a space to share and process the events at the capitol. Over 20 people, including Todd...
The COVID-19 Vaccine

The COVID-19 Vaccine

As the world moves into 2021, the spread of COVID-19 remains an international concern. As a ray of hope in a dark situation, vaccinations have emerged worldwide.    According to Bloomberg’s COVID-19 vaccine tracker, over 15.6 million shots have been administered...

Post-Election Updates: Part II

With inauguration day nearing, the fight over the 2020 presidential election remains a key focus of both political parties.    While president-elect Joe Biden prepares to enter the White House on Jan. 20, the Trump administration continues its battle to prove...

Post-Election Updates

With the year 2020 almost at a close, the United States is still working on two major issues:  managing the widespread COVID-19 pandemic and putting the recent presidential election to rest. Many agree that each has affected the other, bringing unprecedented...

End of Fall Semester FAQ

Do we have to completely move out or should we just take what we need at home for the next two months?   Residential students should just take what they need home for break unless not returning or moving to another housing assignment.   Do we need to...
The Return of Messiah Sports

The Return of Messiah Sports

After a long Saturday, Messiah concluded its action-packed weekend on Shoemaker Field with both men’s and women’s soccer. Earlier in the day, softball, baseball and men’s and women’s cross country took to their respective fields and courses with students in...
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