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March, 2016

  • 29 March

    World Water Day and Collaboratory project focus on improving water

    Madeline Crocenzi, Editor-in-Chief and Alyssa Burd, Online Editor On March 22, for World Water Day, the White House and the United Nations worked to increase awareness of water quality and quantity in the United States and abroad. The ongoing goal is to improve the quality and quantity of water to …

January, 2016

  • 29 January

    Students Attend Baseball Winter Meetings in Nashville

    Madeline Crocenzi, Editor-in-Chief Alyssa Burd, Online Editor At the beginning of December, three students traveled to Nashville for the 2015 baseball winter meetings. Seniors Tyler Moody and Julia Fitting, and sophomore Alycia Park-Ferretti attended the conference through the Student Government Association’s (SGA) Professional Development Grant along with help from the …

  • 22 January

    SAB and the Pulse host 3rd Annual Falcon Feud

      Alyssa Burd Online Editor Last night, students of Messiah joined their friends in the Larsen Student Union for the 3rd annual Falcon Feud – the Messiah spinoff of the popular game show, Family Feud hosted by the Student Activities Board and the Pulse. With Student Government Association President Jonathan Fuller as their game show host, 8 teams …

  • 14 January

    Seniors Triumph at Eyas Bombardment Tournament

    Alyssa Burd Online News Editor Last night, members of Messiah’s freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior classes united with their peers in Hitchcock Arena for Bombardment—the annual Eyas dodgeball tournament between the classes. The tournament featured three games per round. The first team to win two out of the three games advanced to …

December, 2015

  • 7 December

    Student Ben Cochran Attends Professional Development Conference on Scholarship

    Alyssa Burd Student Writer In mid-November, sophomore and Collaboratory member, Ben Cochran, was awarded a grant from the Student Government Association (SGA) to attend a conference for professional development in Colorado Springs, Colorado. For four days, Cochran and Rodney Green, the Collaboratory Program Manager, participated in the Accord Network Conference, …

November, 2015

  • 13 November

    Campus Construction Update

    Alyssa Burd Student Writer Sounds of construction equipment and walking on detoured paths around campus are two things many Messiah students have become accustomed to this semester – but what exactly is the update on the construction process? There are big changes in store for the campus in the next …

  • 9 November

    Operation Christmas Child: How to Get Involved on Campus

    Alyssa Burd Student Writer With one holiday season past, more are right around the corner! Several individuals on Messiah’s campus are already embracing the Christmas spirit, especially Kami Yuen and Jamie Armstrong of Bittner second. This year, Yuen and Armstrong are working together to organize a dorm-wide Operation Christmas Child …

October, 2015

  • 8 October

    Sustainability Office: What Do They Do?

    Alyssa Burd Student Writer Have you ever noticed the little office tucked in the corner just outside the Falcon? This office is for Sustainability and, although it may look small, it’s definitely accomplishing big things on campus! According to their website, the Messiah College Sustainability Office serves to “…foster a …

  • 5 October

    Oregon School Shooting Sparks Further Gun Control Talk

    Alyssa Burd Student Writer Yet another tragic school shooting occurred on October 1st, 2015 at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon. Nine individuals between the ages of 18 and 67 were shot and killed and at least ten others were injured and hospitalized. Chris Harper-Mercer, 26, opened fire at the school shortly …

September, 2015

  • 22 September

    Syrian Refugees Seek Asylum within Germany’s Borders

    Alyssa Burd Student Writer Germany recently opened up its borders and welcomed approximately 20,000 Syrian refugees into the country. Many of these refugees are Iranian and Afghan Muslims seeking asylum within Germany’s borders and hundreds of these individuals have chosen to convert from Islam to Christianity. This widespread conversion from …

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