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Tattoo Tuesdays: Kaci Lehman

Ian Tan Student Writer Tattoos have long been emphasized as communicative mediums, but they are all the more special when they are used to reveal a person’s passions, values, connections with people—anything that contributes to their identity. This week, I met with sophomore music (business) major Kaci Lehman, whose tattoos …

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Crowder Tour Stops at Messiah

Jessica Henry Student Writer It’s not every semester that a major Christian artist books a stop on their tour at Messiah. However, Crowder is coming to campus on Thursday as part of the American Prodigal Tour. The event will take place in Brubaker and will double as the SAB fall …

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Agape Center Encourages “Faith in Action”

Sharlene Oong Student Writer The Agape Center is the campus hub for service learning. Known to contribute to the service aspect of Christ, it “develops, administers resources and coordinates programs of service learning, community service and missions,” according to their website. The Agape Center has three branches which consists of …

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Daily De-Stressors: 5 Recommendations to Kick Off November

Maggie Shive Student Writer To kick off the start of November and prepare for the countdown to Thanksgiving break, here are this week’s recommendations for some geeky, stress-free activities! Read Ready Player One by Ernest Cline In the year 2044, the Earth is a wasteland, and the main way people …

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The Evolution of the December Graduate Reception

Jessica Henry Student Writer Most students look forward to graduation, a time to celebrate the accomplishment of successfully finishing college. However, the end of their time at Messiah looks a little different for students who finish their degree midway through the academic year, as an increasing number of students are …

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Panel Opens Discussion on “Take-a-Knee” Movement

Becky Kimmel Editor-in-Chief On Monday night in the Union, five panelists debated their views on the ‘Take-a-Knee’ movement at the Division of Student Affairs-sponsored event, Sports and Politics: Contextualizing the Take-a-Knee Movement. The five panelists included philosophy professor David Schenk, senior politics major Satchel Johnsen, senior broadcasting and media production …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Amber Paxton

Ian Tan Student Writer Tattoos have always seemed to provide a platform of curiosity and conversation, where people can learn about each other over the narratives tattoos symbolize. This week, I had the chance to speak with Amber Paxton, a sophomore Education Cert major, who got a tattoo symbolizing her …

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5 Activities to Get You in the Halloween Spirit

Charmaine Lim Student Writer Hello Halloween! If you somehow forgot, today is the day for candy and dressing up in Messiah-appropriate costumes. It might not be the most “Christian” holiday, but there are still a few ways you can have fun. Dress up.   It sounds dumb, but dressing up …

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Daily De-Stressors: 5 Activities to Beat the Midterm Blues

Maggie Shive Student Writer If you’re searching for something to help you relax after midterms, look no further than these five stress-free activities! Read Legend by Marie Lu In a dystopian nation known as the Republic, prodigy June Iparis loses her older brother and the nation’s most-wanted criminal, Day, is …

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2017 Homecoming Dance to be held this Sunday

Ian Tan Student Writer Homecoming weekend has been one of Messiah’s greatest legacies. A significant portion of this nostalgia-inducing custom is the Homecoming Dance, a fancier version of most SAB dances, complete with themes, formal dress and elaborate decorations. SAB Dance Executive Jenny Woolley explains this year’s theme and details. …

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