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Humans of Messiah: Kira Fernandez

Jemi Lui Student Writer Kira Fernandez Year: Junior Major: Computer & Information Science Why did you choose your major and what do you hope to do with it? I started out as a biology major, however, I wasn’t interested in continuing on with graduate school or spending more time in …

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Messiah College Bucket List

Alyssa Burd Online Editor Many students most likely returned to campus after Christmas break with the intention of making this year better than the last. Now that 2017 is officially underway, new goals have been created. So, no matter how big, small, smart or just plain silly, they’re all something …

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Student’s devotional will hit stores this month

Jessica Henry Student Writer Getting a book published while in college is an achievement few people can claim. However, sophomore public relations Miriam Thurber has just finished writing a devotional book for college students entitled Mine?: A Life Fully Surrendered. This book will be in stores this month, but the …

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Students create arts-based program for kids

Maddie Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief Two years ago, junior studio art psychology major Dani Kepner met junior human development and family science major Ally Morgret in their CCC class. Their professor split the class into groups of five to find things the students had in common with each other. Kepner and Morgret …

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Students have lots to be thankful for this Thanksgiving

Alyssa Burd Online Editor Many of you have probably noticed the sticky notes covering the wall near the Union staircase. These colorful notes serve as tokens of gratitude in honor of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday as well as reminders to always be thankful in times of uncertainty. According to Faith …

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Humans of Messiah: Noah Armistead

Jemi Lui Student Writer Noah Armistead Year: First-Year Major: Mechanical Engineering What was life like in Pakistan? Life in Pakistan is very different from life in America. Pakistani culture is actually pretty laid back and relatively slow-paced. It’s pretty easy to make the situation there sound much more intense than …

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Local hangouts

Sharlene Oong Student Writer With classes, responsibilities and projects to work on outside of class, the desire for many students to kick back and relax is strong (#thestruggleisreal). Although Messiah’s campus is a close-knit and comfortable environment, a temporary getaway sounds great, especially if it is off campus. Emily Price, …

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Humans of Messiah: Marissa Donlevie

Jemi Lui Student Writer Marissa Donlevie Year: First-Year Major: Spanish with a Teaching Certification What’s the funniest thing that’s happened in a class this year? There was one time I was in my first-year seminar and our professor didn’t show up. Being the first-years that we are, none of us …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Courtney Reimer

Sharlene Oong Student Writer In many shapes, sizes and colors, tattoos impact our lives in many different ways. We often find ourselves captivated by the stories and meanings they have to offer for each individual. For this week’s edition of Tattoo Tuesdays, I sat down with sophomore sustainabilities major Courtney …

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Humans of Messiah: Logan Wells

Jemi Lui Student Writer Logan Wells Year: Junior Major: Christian Ministries How did you get started with Young Life? The organization I want to work with after college is called Club Beyond, which was started by Young Life and Youth for Christ. I thought that was pretty cool. I happened …

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