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Who Are Your Presidential Candidates…Really?

Ian Tan Student Writer Along with the much-welcomed warmth and revitalization of spring, Messiah is experiencing a season of curious anticipation around the SGA committee. Another year has ended, and while our last Student Body President and VP, Jamie Chau and Megan Eaton, have done considerable work in office, it …

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LeeLo Makes ‘Moves’ at Lecrae Spring Concert

Sharlene Oong Student Writer Junior Logan Long, known as LeeLo or LeeLoraps, pumped up the crowd as he opened for Lecrae at the spring concert. He performed at Messiah as part of Black History Month, thanks to the Student Activities Board and Black Student Union. Long, vice president of BSU …

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Cross-Cultural Studies: Students Build Relationships Abroad

Sharlene Oong Student Writer If you were on campus during J-Term, you’ve probably heard people describe it as quiet, chill, boring, or weird. Students start the spring term off with a three-week intensive course. They can take up world literature, bible, a major class, or experience a different pace of …

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Students Participated in a “Day On” this MLK Day

Maddie Conley Online Editor This year, MLK Day became a “day on” instead of a day off for many Messiah students as they served in the greater Harrisburg community. The Agape Center partnered with nine organizations to serve in remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr. The nine organizations were Paxton …

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Behind the Scenes of the Messiah College Tonight Show

Maddie Conley Online Editor When it’s a Coffeehouse night and the Messiah College Tonight Show is in the lineup, forget Netflix and homework. Rich Speeney has captured attention with comedy catered to students, alumni, and administration alike. Since his first show in Hitchcock Arena during Coffeehouse, Rich has done two …

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Senior Class Gift Committee Promotes New Giving Opportunities

Alyssa Burd Online Editor Part of what makes Messiah’s community special is the legacies each graduating class leaves behind, including the senior class gift. Each year, the senior class works to raise enough money in order to dedicate a gift to campus and leave their mark on Messiah. Last year, …

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SGA hosts Civil Discourse Series

Jessica Henry Student Writer The ever-present gun control debate has been given increased attention in recent months. Tonight, students were given an opportunity to express their views on the issue in an event entitled “Let’s Talk About Guns”. The event was the first in the SGA Civil Discourse Series, which …

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Mass Shootings Prompt Another Look at Campus Safety

Jessica Henry Student Writer There have been 307 mass shootings in the United States in 2017, according to the New York Times. A mass shooting involves four or more people injured or killed in a single event at the same time and location. The largest shootings this year happened in Las …

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Humans of Messiah: Caleb Macie

Maddie Conley Student Writer Caleb Macie Year: Sophomore (Transfer) Major: Music Many have seen him singing on the Coffeehouse stage or performing with the symphonic winds, but few have seen the journal where he keeps his original lyrics. Caleb Macie revealed to me his passion for music and where his …

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