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MLK Speeches and Thoughts from Those Who Gave Them Voice

Maddie Conley Online Editor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s words were given voice on Wednesday in honor of the 50th anniversary of his death. Projected in Jordan Atrium, these voices were those of Tiffany Burrows, President Kim Phipps and Joseph Huffman. “I think it’s not only a remembrance but a …

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Update: Power Restored After Fallen Tree Causes Outage

Maddie Conley Online Editor Today around 4:45 p.m. the power went out in many buildings across campus  for about two hours due to high winds and fallen trees. PPL has responded and it has now been restored. Due to the high winds, damage occurred. “A tree went down in Bowmansdale …

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Power Outage Caused by Fallen Tree

Maddie Conley Online Editor Today around 4:45 p.m. the power went out across campus due to high winds and fallen trees. It may take time before the power is restored. Many buildings including dorms, apartments and the Union are still dark. “A tree went down in Bowmansdale by the press …

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The New Activist Podcast Live at Messiah

Maddie Conley Online Editor The High Center became the recording studio for an episode of The New Activist Podcast presented by the International Justice Mission and the Relevant network on Thursday. President and CEO of HOPE International Peter Greer, ’97, talked about the organization’s unique mission of social justice. Host …

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Exclusive Look into the Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Teams’ Warm-Up Playlists

Megan Bomba Sports Editor With lacrosse season in full swing, feelings of spring, hope and anticipation are arising among the players. Both the Messiah Women’s and Men’s Lacrosse teams are looking to improve on their record from last year with relatively young rosters. A new season brings together a new …

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Clothing Swap and Mend Inspires Environmental Consideration

Dakota Vaughn Assistant Student Director The Fish Bowl was swimming with people, clothes, and sewing machines yesterday for “Clothing Swap & Mend.” The event was hosted by Earthkeepers, Messiah’s environmental club, with the goal of educating students about ethical clothing practices. The event was co-sponsored by the Student Government Association, …

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Week in Review: Love, Incense and Theft

Ally Hufford Student Writer Spring break flew by in a blink, and now we can begin counting down the days until Easter break begins. Between getting back into the routine and enjoying that wonderful mid-week snow day, here’s what you may have missed: Wednesday, March 7 – On-Campus Theft This …

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