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‘The Most Impactful Event’: Stories from the Human Library

Becky Kimmel Editor-in-Chief   Wednesday afternoon, Murray Library was filled with stories. Stories from students, faculty and staff. Stories that were told to other students, to other faculty and to other staff. Each storyteller has an experience all their own; one they wanted to share, or one they felt others …

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Power Outage Caused by Fallen Tree

Maddie Conley Online Editor Today around 4:45 p.m. the power went out across campus due to high winds and fallen trees. It may take time before the power is restored. Many buildings including dorms, apartments and the Union are still dark. “A tree went down in Bowmansdale by the press …

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The Union Stage To Stay Dark Tonight

Becky Kimmel Editor-in-Chief The Union will be a little quieter tonight following the decision of the band, Diet Cig, to cancel their show. Earlier in the semester, SAB entered into negotiations with Diet Cig to book the band for this Wednesday. As is custom with every band who performs as …

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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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Messiah Dreams Big: Abigail La Bianca

Stephanie Bricker Student Life Editor Messiah Dreams Big is a new column that seeks to give students a platform to share their dreams and empower their fellow students. Abigail La Bianca is a sophomore broadcasting and media productions major with a minor in music and worship. She is looking to …

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Let’s talk about climate change

Brandon Hoover Director of Sustainability How often do you think about global climate change? How often do your friends talk about it?  For many Americans, climate change is either an afterthought or something so overwhelming it is easier to not engage, or only consider it during the freezing polar vortex …

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International Humans of Messiah: Jared Armistead

Maddie Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief With ISA/MuKappa’s International Banquet coming up this Saturday, The Pulse is profiling different international students and missionary kids all week. Read about Jared Armistead, a missionary kid from Pakistan, and check back tomorrow for a new profile. Name: Jared Armistead Year: Senior Major: Christian Ministry Missionary Kid …

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10 Tips for Staying Motivated this Semester

Charmaine Lim Student Writer It’s your second semester of year, and all you want is for summer to roll around. Here are some tips on how you can stay motivated for a few more weeks.   Create a motivational environment. Surround yourself with people who will encourage you and decorate …

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Campus Closet: Winter Wear

Bree Whitelock Assistant Student Director For someone like me who loves summer fashion, from sundresses to cut-off shorts, the crisp air of winter doesn’t feel like the only harsh reality; my entire wardrobe feels as though it’s being turned upside down. While it may take a bit of adjustment to …

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