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Power Outage corrected on campus

Alyssa Burd Online Editor At approximately 5:00 p.m. last evening, a power outage occurred on campus forcing college operations to temporarily close Eisenhower Campus Center and Sollenberger Sports Center until the power could be restored. According to Director of Facility Services Brad Markley, “We had a failure of the CHP …

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Millions raised for Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

Lilly Kashishian Student Writer On August 25, Hurricane Harvey made landfall along the Texas coast—it only took 56 hours for Harvey to begin as a tropical depression and strengthen into a category four hurricane, making it the most catastrophic hurricane the state of Texas has ever seen. “This will be …

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Fitness Center Construction Coming to a Close

Mikaela Mummert Summer Director A long awaited project is nearing its end. Construction to update and renovate the Fitness Center is finishing up as the school year draws near. All renovations are scheduled to be completed by the end of August. The Fitness Center is scheduled to open on the …

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Swinging Bridge Closed Due to Falling Tree

Mikaela Mummert Summer Director The Swinging Bridge on campus has been closed after a falling tree caused damage last weekend. The tree, located on the Starry side of the bridge, tore some of the handrails and decking from the structure. One supporting beam was ripped off, making the bridge unsafe …

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New student ID cards feature contactless technology

Raquelle Gonzalez Student Writer On March 1, the Falcon Exchange announced a new ID card for students. The card features an advanced technology called Near Field Communication that allows for contactless communication between devices. What does this mean for students? It means the new ID cards will allow students to …

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Campus Responds to Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief Exactly one week after President Donald Trump took office he signed an executive order titled “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the U.S.” This order imposed a 90-day suspension on U.S. entry for citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries and stirred controversy. In the aftermath, higher …

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Giving Day aims to raise 100k for students

Alyssa Burd Online Editor Tomorrow, the Office of Annual Giving is hosting Messiah’s first-ever Giving Day to raise money for scholarships, campus programs and activities. According to Cady Sullivan, assistant director of Annual Giving, “Giving Day is a 24-hour campaign during which we are hoping to raise $100,000 to support …

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SAB to host “Souper Bowl” Party this Sunday

Maddie Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief SAB will host a free “Souper Bowl” party this Sunday at the Union that includes soups, a giveaway and the 51st Super Bowl game. The party starts at 5:30 p.m. with the chance to sample different soups including chicken noodle, French onion, clam chowder, and broccoli and …

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