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A Month or a Mindset: Black History Month

Maddie Conley Online Editor How do we reconcile the contrasting realities of two holidays occurring in and defining the same month? February brings Valentine’s Day as well as Black History Month. One holiday is riddled with love and warm feelings, the other recognizes a struggle against hate. The themes of …

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Week in Review: Spring Semester Begins

Ally Hufford Student Writer The break is over and spring semester is in full-swing. Syllabus week is mostly a ten-minute read-through of class objectives and conduct before diving into the subject. Wednesday’s snow day brought a surprising break to the school week. Here’s what you may have missed in all …

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The Process of Booking Big: Lecrae Spring Concert

Maddie Conley Online Editor The Student Activities Board recently announced that Christian rap artist, Lecrae, would be headlining the spring concert on February 16 in Brubaker Auditorium. While choosing Lecrae may have been a no-brainer, booking an artist as big as him was not an easy process. SAB Concerts Executive …

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Week in Review: J-Term Comes to a Close

Ally Hufford Student Writer We have finally entered the five blissful days between J-Term and the beginning of spring semester. These few days are the most stress-free days we will get before spring break in March. Here are a few things you may have missed during the last days of …

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Week in Review: Wrapping Up J-Term

Ally Hufford Student Writer Congratulations! We’re officially done with the worst week of J-term – the full week. Sitting through five consecutive days of class is a lot harder than I remember, but at least the end is in sight. Here are a few things you may have missed if …

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Surviving Flu Season: Tips from the Engle Center

Matt Dekonty Student Writer The Engle Center recently released an announcement in hopes of raising awareness about the flu and what students can do to prevent it from spreading. News surrounding the spread of influenza in the United States has garnered plenty of media attention over the last few weeks. …

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Students Participated in a “Day On” this MLK Day

Maddie Conley Online Editor This year, MLK Day became a “day on” instead of a day off for many Messiah students as they served in the greater Harrisburg community. The Agape Center partnered with nine organizations to serve in remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr. The nine organizations were Paxton …

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Week in Review: MLK Celebrations

Ally Hufford Student Writer We arrived back on campus a little over a week ago, and our brains are starting to adjust to the course-load that comes with J-Term. Most of us were beyond thankful for the long weekend that Monday’s holiday brought. Many of the events on campus this …

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