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2 Minutes With Sho Baraka

Maddie Conley Online Editor On Sunday, Sho Baraka kicked off the Martin Luther King Jr. celebration week with a packed house in the Union. This Hip-Hop/Rap artist performed favorite songs like Here, 2016, and Fathers, 2004. Here are 2 minutes with Sho Baraka. What is the goal for your music …

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Office of Sustainability Hosts Tour of Home on Wheels

Maddie Conley Online Editor If you think living in a dorm is compact, then the bus life probably isn’t for you. Eastern University Alum, Michael Fuehrer, parked his house on wheels next to Murray Library today to give students a tour and to discuss life on the road and sustainable …

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Messiah College Responds to a Phishing Scam

Mikaela Mummert Student Director Messiah College has requested everyone with a email account to change their passwords by January 10th. A mass email from William Strausbaugh, Vice President of Information Technology Services, and a text alert were sent on the evening of December 30th with details on how to …

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The Union Stage To Stay Dark Tonight

Becky Kimmel Editor-in-Chief The Union will be a little quieter tonight following the decision of the band, Diet Cig, to cancel their show. Earlier in the semester, SAB entered into negotiations with Diet Cig to book the band for this Wednesday. As is custom with every band who performs as …

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Hillary Clinton Addresses Healthcare, Opioid Crisis at Pa. Health Symposium

Becky Kimmel Hillary Clinton, donning Geisinger Health’s signature turquoise, visited Danville, Pa. yesterday to speak at the 2017 Geisinger Healthcare Symposium. Geisinger owns dozens of clinics and hospitals across the state, including Holy Spirit hospital, just a few miles from Messiah. The theme of this year’s symposium was “From Crisis …

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Update: Power Restored to South Complex

Mikaela Mummert Student Director Update as of 8:00 a.m.: The momentary power outage at around 3:00 p.m. yesterday was the cause of the outage in South Complex. After this blip, facilities staff noticed that the transformer that supplied power to the complex was smoking. The fire department was called and …

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South Complex Affected by Power Outage

Mikaela Mummert Student Director At around 3 p.m. this afternoon, a power blip on campus caused some disruption leading to a power outage in South Complex. Director of Facility Services, Brad Markley, confirmed at the scene that the power blip caused a fuse to be blown resulting in the loss …

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