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Winding Hill Facility offers new graduate program opportunities

Valerie Bell Student Writer The long awaited completion of the Winding Hill Center has finally arrived. The newly renovated 32,000 square foot facility provides programs for Masters of Occupational Therapy and is located approximately three miles off-campus. According to Kathie Shafer, Messiah’s Vice President of Operations, the building includes a …

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Collaboratory builds bonds and bridge in Panama

Maddie Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief This summer, a team of students from the Collaboratory built a bridge in Panama to help local children get to school during the rainy season. The trip marks the construction of the Collaboratory’s third bridge in Panama and the second in the village of Bajo Grande. Student …

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Brexit: A nation divided abroad and at home

Madeline Crocenzi Summer Director The aftermath of Brexit, the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union, was on display yesterday as Theresa May succeeded David Cameron as Britain’s prime minister. This power shift comes three weeks after the U.K.’s referendum in which leaving the EU won 52% to 48%. The …

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Campus construction updates

Madeline Crocenzi Summer Director Even though classes have ended and most residence halls are empty, there’s still plenty going on around Messiah. This summer, the campus has been alive with renovations and continued construction projects. Here are four of the major projects you should know about: Sollenberger Sports Center The …

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The secret life of the Messiah bees

Madeline Crocenzi Summer Director If you walk down to the Grantham Community Garden’s lower plot across from the rec fields, you probably won’t notice anything out of the ordinary. It looks like your standard garden with rows of vegetables, some chickens and an overwhelming sense of quiet. But the two …

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Honors keep coming for Messiah’s Visual Arts Department

Madeline Crocenzi Summer Director The Pulse recently learned professor Sean Matthews was also named a finalist by the State Museum of Pennsylvania for the “Art of the State: Pennsylvania 2016” exhibition. Matthews is an associate professor of art, and works with the traditional techniques of sculpture. His faculty profile says …

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Give ’em a Break campaign helps students during finals

Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief Messiah alumni, parents, and grandparents are giving students a break by providing a $3 gift on every student’s ID card this finals week. The $3 is good to use at The Falcon, Union or Café Diem May 4-May 14. To redeem the $3 students must say, “Give …

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The Falcons Meet the Falcons

The Falcon Flash Staff of Lower Dauphin High School The Falcon Flash of Lower Dauphin had the opportunity to visit Messiah College and The Pulse.   The students of LDHS got the opportunity to see the real life process of media production. Follow the story on Twitter with the #FlashAtMessiah. The …

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