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Quick-takes from Move-In Day: First-Year Parents

Becky Kimmel Editor-in-Chief Today Messiah welcomed first year students and their families to campus! Question: What is some advice you have for your first-year student? Paul Mills Dad of Abby Mills – Witmer “Enjoy the journey. Work hard to do the best you can, but don’t stress out too much. …

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Quick-takes from move-in day: First-year Students

Alyssa Burd Online Editor Question: What are you looking forward to the most this year? Witmer Residents: Wit Wit What! Abby Mills Major: Biopsychology “Probably just meeting new people and going to classes—just campus life in general.”       Ethan Wong Major: Computer Science “The campus is amazing—I really, …

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Fitness Center Construction Coming to a Close

Mikaela Mummert Summer Director A long awaited project is nearing its end. Construction to update and renovate the Fitness Center is finishing up as the school year draws near. All renovations are scheduled to be completed by the end of August. The Fitness Center is scheduled to open on the …

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Messiah Dreams Big: Isaiah Snyder

Stephanie Bricker Student Life Editor Isaiah Snyder is a first-year commercial music major who dreams of using music to impact and help people the way music has impacted him. Many of us know how music can change or encourage us in challenging situations or help us celebrate enjoyable times. Snyder …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Kyra Bond

Tyler Jenkins Student Writer This week I sat down with first-year communication major, Kyra Bond, to talk about her tattoo and its significance for her faith. After taking a J-term class with Kyra, I’ve wanted to ask about her tattoo, as I had seen it around on social media beforehand. …

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End of Semester Checklist

Myriam Pedercini Culture Editor Everyone on campus is buzzing with anticipation for summer recess. But with one more week left in the semester, there are still a few things to get done. Here is your end of the year checklist: Enjoy one of the last Sunday meals at Lottie with …

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Time to say goodbye: the pressures of post-graduation

Myriam Pedercini Culture Editor April showers bring May flowers and the dreaded question: “What are your post-graduation plans?” “I tend to go blank. Where I am right now, I still have no idea where I will be going after graduation,” senior public relations major Shekie Olagunju said. Senior social work …

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Messiah Dreams Big: Sarah Henry

Stephanie Bricker Student Life Editor Sarah Henry is a sophomore double majoring in English and communications with a minor in philosophy. Her dream is to bring about social change in the sex trafficking industry with a coffee shop that empowers victims of this system. As an aspiring business owner, Henry …

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Get ready for Service Day 2017

Jessica Henry Student Writer A unique opportunity that students have at Messiah is the ability to participate in Service Day, happening on April 20. First-year students serve as buddies to athletes in the Special Olympics as part of their CCC class. Sophomores, juniors and seniors have the option to serve …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Harlie Strohm

Tyler Jenkins Student Writer With tattoos being a hot topic on Messiah’s campus, there are so many people with different tattoos and different reasons why they got them. It’s always fun to hear new and refreshing stories behind tattoos, so this week I sat down with first-year nursing major Harlie …

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