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Campus Responds to Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief Exactly one week after President Donald Trump took office he signed an executive order titled “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the U.S.” This order imposed a 90-day suspension on U.S. entry for citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries and stirred controversy. In the aftermath, higher …

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Giving Day aims to raise 100k for students

Alyssa Burd Online Editor Tomorrow, the Office of Annual Giving is hosting Messiah’s first-ever Giving Day to raise money for scholarships, campus programs and activities. According to Cady Sullivan, assistant director of Annual Giving, “Giving Day is a 24-hour campaign during which we are hoping to raise $100,000 to support …

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SAB to host “Souper Bowl” Party this Sunday

Maddie Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief SAB will host a free “Souper Bowl” party this Sunday at the Union that includes soups, a giveaway and the 51st Super Bowl game. The party starts at 5:30 p.m. with the chance to sample different soups including chicken noodle, French onion, clam chowder, and broccoli and …

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The story behind #WeMatterMessiah: Part 3

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief In a series of six demonstrations held between November 17 and December 1, a self-proclaimed movement called #WeMatterMessiah sparked widespread emotions after a tumultuous election. The movement is under direction of the Multicultural Council which is made up of leaders from African Student Union (ASU), Asian Student …

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The story behind #WeMatterMessiah: Part Two

Maddie Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief In a series of six demonstrations held between November 17 and  December 1, a self-proclaimed movement called #WeMatterMessiah sparked widespread emotions after a tumultuous election. The movement is under direction of the Multicultural Council which is made up of leaders from African Student Union (ASU), Asian Student …

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The Story Behind #WeMatterMessiah: Part One

By Ashlyn Miller Student Director Through a series of six demonstrations held between November 17 and December 1, a self-proclaimed movement called #WeMatterMessiah sparked widespread emotions on campus after a tumultuous election. The movement is under direction of the Multicultural Council which is made up of leaders from African Student …

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From Civil Rights to Black Lives Matter

Jessica Henry Student Writer Students, faculty and staff gathered in Hostetter Chapel on Monday night for the first event in a two-part series discussion regarding American racial history, excessive police force and Black Lives Matter. The series is co-sponsored by Human Rights Awareness and the Black Student Union. Its purpose …

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SAB Cultural Engagement hosts viewing of Beyonce’s Lemonade

Maddie Conley Student Writer Since dropping her visual album, Lemonade, Beyoncé has generated a lot of discussion over the album’s themes of race, gender and relationships. Last night, the cultural engagement section of SAB hosted a screening and discussion of Lemonade in Parmer Cinema to address these themes. Cultural Engagement …

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Election night party brings campus community together

Maddie Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief At last night’s election party, students packed into the Union to witness the close of a tumultuous election season with Republican Donald Trump emerging as the 45th President of the United States. The party was a joint effort among the American Enterprise Institute, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, …

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Students team up to bring blindness awareness to campus

Alli Williams Student Writer Jason Polansky is not just your average sophomore business major at Messiah—he is also blind. Blind since birth, Polansky has learned to carry out day-to-day activities, such as navigating streets and walkways, traveling alone in an unfamiliar city and cooking in a standard kitchen. Polanksy gained …

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