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April, 2017

  • 4 April

    International Humans of Messiah: Sandra Snozzi

    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 Sandra Snozzi, an international student and TCK who lived in five different countries. Name: Sandra Snozzi Year: Junior Major: Engineering International student I am an …

  • 4 April

    Tattoo Tuesdays: Darby Gallo

    Tyler Jenkins Student Writer Tattoos can easily display a variety of subjects, but also display a variety of thoughts and perspectives of a person and their choice of tattoo. The versatility of a tattoo seems to compliment the consistent narrative of the personal meaning of a tattoo as one grows …

March, 2017

  • 28 March

    Tattoo Tuesdays: Elena Rossetto

    Tyler Jenkins Student Writer It’s interesting to see how tattoos can change meanings as people grow up. The initial meaning of a tattoo can change as time goes on, yet it can still hold great significance and relevance. This week I sat down with junior theatre major, Elena Rossetto, to …

  • 8 March

    Christian rap becomes a new form of ministry

    Abby La Bianca Student Writer It is not unusual when rap music raises skeptical brows in the Christian community, even here at Messiah. It’s often associated with obscene and degrading language—Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Ludacris are just a few of the names that make many Christians view rap in …

  • 7 March

    Tattoo Tuesdays: Andrew Weir

    Tyler Jenkins Student Writer It’s easy to make assumptions and underhanded comments based on what tattoos we see and who we see them on. It’s important to realize that people with tattoos are exactly that—they’re people. They are expressing and conveying different parts of themselves through different art forms. This week …

January, 2017

  • 16 January

    Spoken word poet performs as part of Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration

    Hannah Rauhut Student Writer Students packed the Larsen Student Union last night in attempts to see spoken word artist, Micah Bournes, speak and perform. The event was in partnership with Messiah’s commemoration series of Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. Bournes, a man who holds passions for poetry, music, and sharing …

October, 2016

  • 1 October

    Coffee and Culture: Is Christianity Sexist?

    Jessica Henry Student Writer Students gathered in the South Side Café Thursday night for coffee and conversation about a recent hot topic in America. The event, hosted by the SAB, featured a panel of four, including a Messiah professor, two staff members and one student. This event was the first …

May, 2016

  • 6 May

    Income inequality in the U.S.

    Michael Scinto Student Writer   On Tuesday, March 22, the Messiah College Democrats held an event on income inequality, the first in a series hosted by the club focused on important issues in contemporary American politics. In Jordan Atrium, a diverse range of students gathered to hear about and discuss …

April, 2016

  • 5 April

    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 …

March, 2016

  • 3 March

    Collaboratory students reflect on Burkina Faso tragedy

    Junmey Wang Student Writer Gunshots resounded across the evening sky above Splendid Hotel and Cappuccino Café in Ouagadougou, the heart and capital of Burkina Faso on January 15. The West African country known for its relative religious and ethnic harmony was shaken by news of a terrorist onslaught they had …

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