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Dining addition now open to the college

Alyssa Burd Online Editor The long-awaited opening of the Lottie dining addition has finally arrived! The Martin Commons officially opened this morning to students and faculty of the College. Even though construction on the outdoor spaces continues, the interior commons now offers additional seating and a new area for students to …

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World Water Day and Collaboratory project focus on improving water

Madeline Crocenzi, Editor-in-Chief and Alyssa Burd, Online Editor On March 22, for World Water Day, the White House and the United Nations worked to increase awareness of water quality and quantity in the United States and abroad. The ongoing goal is to improve the quality and quantity of water to …

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Edmunds and Heisey win SGA election

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief Next year’s student body president and vice president will be seniors Jacob Edmunds and Julie Heisey. There were a record-breaking 1,531 verified votes from current undergraduate students. Edmunds and Heisey received over 62% of the votes in the race against Serrano and Johnson and Bell and MacLean. …

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Presidential elections come to Messiah

Stephanie Bricker Student Writer As the United States continues its search for a president and vice president, Messiah students are also looking for two worthy candidates to hold SGA office for the 2016-2017 academic year. Last night, the three presidential pairs gathered for a debate night in the Union to …

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Zipcar arrives at Messiah

Valerie Bell Student Writer There is a new buzz going around campus that all students seem to be talking about – the Zipcar. Zipcar is the world’s leading car-sharing service that allows students to have a car on campus without the hassle of paying for gas and insurance. Students who are …

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SAB hosts comedy, magic night

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief SAB hosted an event called “Magic of Laughter” featuring comedy and magic at the Union tonight. The night started out with stand-up comedy from gospel comedian Chuck Burks. Burks is a New York City comedian, entertainer and actor who has appeared in The Sopranos and the movie …

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2016 Humanities Symposium to be held this week

Myriam Pedercini Culture Editor Yesterday began one of the biggest events for the Center for Public Humanities—the Spring Humanities Symposium. This year’s theme is Image. Image is not only relevant to the humanities, but it is also significantly relevant to contemporary society. “We were intrigued with how much our contemporary …

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Campus construction continues

Alyssa Burd Online Editor Students have become accustomed to the sounds of construction workers and machinery since the beginning of the school year, but what will the campus construction have in store for Messiah in the next few months? The dining addition project, officially known as “The Alumni Plaza,” is …

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Messiah Students Can Help Combat Global Climate Change

Jessalyn Megerle Social Media Manager 2015 is now the hottest year on record, according to climate scientists from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The previous record was set by 2014, just the year before. Fifteen of the sixteen hottest years on record have occurred since 2001. Scientists project that …

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LEAD WEEK Offers Students Unique Opportunities

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief   Next week Student Government Association (SGA) will be hosting LEAD WEEK, with events running February 8th through 11th. LEAD WEEK is short for leadership week, and it’s a time to focus on Messiah’s mission of leadership development among students. LEAD WEEK began last year under student …

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