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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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President Phipps hosts First-Year Welcome Picnic

Myriam Pedercini Culture Editor Last night, President Phipps hosted a student picnic to welcome first-year students to Messiah College. The event was a new addition to the first-year activities that were held before the fall semester. President Phipps said she and her husband are intent on welcoming students to campus …

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Naugle becomes a new community after another First-Year Games victory

Alyssa Burd Online Editor As freshman orientation was slowly winding down, the residents of all first-year dormitories were pumped up to compete in the annual First-Year Residence Hall Games on Saturday. However, none were more excited than the residents of Naugle, who brought home the coveted Golden Torch for the …

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The Pulse Asks: Quick Takes from First-Years

What are you most excited about for this school year?   Noah Cormeaux “I’m excited to get involved with rec. sports.”           Nate Christian “Music opportunities and getting involved with different stuff.”         Joshua Lee “The new environment. Because I’m from Malaysia, this …

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Humans of Messiah: Move-in Day

Matthew Blaylock From: Clarence, PA Major: Music Education Why do you want to be a music education major? I chose music education because I have a passion for music and through my high school band director, I saw how they really impacted students’ lives and I just want to change …

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New Student Social builds on to slate of Welcome Week events

Ashlyn Miller Student Director A long first day on campus might have incoming students thinking back to relaxing summer barbecues with music, food and games. Luckily, that’s exactly the type of oasis student leaders are hoping to provide with the debut of the New Student Social in place of the …

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Balancing act: How first-year students can juggle relationships at home and school

Madeline Crocenzi Summer Director Every August, first-year students and their parents pack into Brubaker Auditorium for the annual candlelight ceremony. After plenty of tears and hugs, parents walk out the doors and students quickly meet their orientation groups. But is that moment as final as we think? Many of our …

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Meet the first-year residence hall team

Madeline Crocenzi Summer Director Name: Naugle Hall Height/Weight: Four floors, approximately 275 students Position: North side of campus. One side is across the street from Fry Apartments and the other from Miller Residence Hall. Highlights: Air-conditioning, carpet, kitchens, study rooms, closest to major parking lots Resident Director: Josiah Hatfield Other key players: RA staff members Rich …

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The Netflix effect

Andrew Weir Student Writer Binge-watching is an infamous ritual for many Netflix subscribers, where we sit down with a pizza from the Union and grind through our favorite television shows or Netflix originals. Binge-watching can be a great way to relax, but it has more consequences than we’d like to …

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