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Students Bring Love Your Melon to Campus

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief This month, a group of Messiah College students came together to form a Love Your Melon crew. Love Your Melon is an organization founded and run by college students across the country. Its mission is to give a hat to every child battling cancer in America. The …

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SAB and the Pulse host 3rd Annual Falcon Feud

  Alyssa Burd Online Editor Last night, students of Messiah joined their friends in the Larsen Student Union for the 3rd annual Falcon Feud – the Messiah spinoff of the popular game show, Family Feud hosted by the Student Activities Board and the Pulse. With Student Government Association President Jonathan Fuller as their game show host, 8 teams …

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Winter Storm Jonas to Hit Campus Friday Night

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief Winter storm Jonas is expected to hit the Harrisburg area tomorrow evening. It is estimated the storm will last 24 hours and bring 12 inches of snow to the area. Weather.com reports the storm will impact at least 15 states and over 73 million people. Currently parts of Washington …

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Seniors Triumph at Eyas Bombardment Tournament

Alyssa Burd Online News Editor Last night, members of Messiah’s freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior classes united with their peers in Hitchcock Arena for Bombardment—the annual Eyas dodgeball tournament between the classes. The tournament featured three games per round. The first team to win two out of the three games advanced to …

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When Robots Take Over: Infiltration of the Media

Sarah Henry Student Writer We shudder as the images of robot overlords are projected upon theater screens, wincing as they enslave the very individuals who brought them to life. As the lights grow dim, we leave the movie theater, and as the harrowing images leak from our minds, we remain …

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SGA Releases Spring 2015 Sexuality Survey Results

By: Madeline Crocenzi, Editor-in-Chief and Ashlyn Miller, Sports & Rec Editor Today Student Body President, Jonathan Fuller, and Student Government Association (SGA) Vice President of Diversity Affairs, Jocelyn Chavous led a presentation and discussion on SGA’s Spring 2015 sexuality survey. The survey was conducted last spring between March 23 and …

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Paris Climate Talks

Jessalyn Megerle Pulse Social Media Manager The Paris climate talks, or COP21, have been called, “the 12 days that will decide Earth’s future.” 40,000 world leaders, scientists, experts, diplomats, and advocates met in Paris on Monday for two weeks of negotiations to hopefully create a new global climate treaty. Global …

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“Fines Forgiven… Feed Families” Helps Students and Community

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief This holiday season the Department of Safety is giving back to the campus and the broader community through the “Fines Forgiven… Feed Families” campaign. Beginning December 7th, parking violators can waive their fines issued between November 1st and December 6th, by donating non-perishable food items to the …

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