From Civil Rights to Black Lives Matter

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...
Election night party brings campus community together

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...
Students team up to bring blindness awareness to campus

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...
New Safety Substation plans to do more for students

New Safety Substation plans to do more for students

Stephanie Bricker Student Life Editor This past summer, leaders in the Public Safety Department at Messiah developed a new “safety substation” located in Fry A3 for quicker, easier and more convenient safety services for students. So how can students take...
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