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Stanhope interns at the Walt Disney World Resort

Alyssa Burd Online Editor It seems as though every child dreams of exploring the world of Disney—senior communication major Shelby Stanhope was no exception. However, Stanhope’s dream became a reality two summers ago when she became an intern for the Disney College Program. “I actually heard about [the Disney College …

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Post-graduation fears: How can we not worry about that?

Laura Passmore Student Writer “I don’t have any concrete plans for what I’m doing after school,” Chloe admits. “That’s pretty scary.” Her friend Jayna laughs and nods her agreement. “Plus, independence is scary. I do see myself as an independent person, but it’s scary to actually do it.” As this …

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Healthy and easy recipes: Lemon rosemary salmon with asparagus

Jen Morgan Student Writer This week’s healthy recipe is colorful, nutritious and delicious. I wanted to include one seafood recipe in my column since I feel many people are intimidated by the idea of cooking seafood. In reality, fish is very easy to prepare and reaps many health benefits. Compared …

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Carlisle YWCA brings sexual assault awareness to Messiah

Alyssa Burd Online Editor Each year, approximately 300,000 individuals become victims of sexual assault and as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the month of April is set aside to learn more about this prevalent issue. To raise awareness of sexual assault on Messiah’s campus, the Department of Safety hosted the Carlisle …

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Reclaim: Stories of Messiah

Junmey Wang Student Writer Every person you pass by has a story if you’d stop – and listen. This is a work-in-progress – a project to share the voices around us that are awaiting to be heard. The stories you’ll read here help us explore universal truths and our common humanity, bringing to light …

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PRSSA plans to host LoveFast for Love146

Megan Hess Student Writer LoveFast 2016—will you be there? ‘LoveFast’ is a 30-hour famine-style event that will be held on April 15 in Hostetter Chapel. Participants can choose to have sponsors financially support them while they fast from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., or students can simply attend the event …

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Wear the world: Serengetee comes to Messiah

Myriam Pedercini Culture Editor In-between classes and balancing the duties of a college student, sophomore Kelsi Kramer is a college representative for an up and coming clothing brand, Serengetee. Kramer promotes the brand through interactions on campus and her social media account with #weartheworldwednesday. “It’s not necessarily about the clothes …

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Healthy and easy recipes: Portobello mushroom pizzas

Jennifer Morgan Student Writer As college students, it’s difficult to cook meals that are quick, easy, affordable, healthy and delicious. Do such recipes even exist?! I wondered the same question, so I’ve been experimenting in the kitchen over the past year to try and figure out how to make recipes …

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Students attend American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition

Alyssa Burd Online Editor In mid-March, senior biochemistry majors Emily Reale, Sarah Zwart and Anna Love had the opportunity to attend the American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition in San Diego, California. With help from their advisors and a few grants from SGA, the students were able to spend …

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Taking a bite out of the Big Apple

Mason McFee Student Writer New York City – the city that never sleeps, full of bright lights, home to Times Square and the Eastern Psychological Association Conference…wait, what? Over this past spring break, a group of six Messiah students and three professors traveled to the Eastern Psychological Association Conference in New …

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