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May, 2018

  • 6 May

    Week in Review: Finals

    Ally Hufford Student Writer If you couldn’t tell by the change in weather, summer is almost here. It’s hard to believe that we only have two days of classes left in this semester. Between juggling finals and attempting to get a tan – or a burn if you’re like me …

March, 2018

  • 9 March

    Week in Review: Pre-Spring Break

    Ally Hufford Student Writer We’ve made it! Spring break is finally here. If I’m being completely honest, this last week was incredibly stressful. There were so many things going on around campus and professors definitely piled on the pre-break course load. You may have missed some of these events if …

February, 2018

  • 16 February

    Week in Review: Olympics and More

    Ally Hufford Student Writer We have reached the end of our first full week of the semester. I don’t know about you, but I would have loved another mid-week snow day. On top of all the school work, the plethora of events is back. Thursday, February 8 – Sunday, February …

January, 2018

  • 11 January

    Office of Sustainability Hosts Tour of Home on Wheels

    Maddie Conley Online Editor If you think living in a dorm is compact, then the bus life probably isn’t for you. Eastern University Alum, Michael Fuehrer, parked his house on wheels next to Murray Library today to give students a tour and to discuss life on the road and sustainable …

November, 2017

  • 16 November

    Department of Communication hosts Media Town Hall

    Ally Hufford Student Writer Accusations of “fake news” seem to be everywhere these days. Claims come from people inhabiting all regions of the political spectrum, making it hard for the American public to figure out who to trust. The Department of Communication hosted a CultureConnect event entitled “A Survivor’s Guide …

  • 13 November

    Department of Theater and Dance presents “Summer and Smoke”

    Alyssa Burd Online Editor Messiah’s Department of Theater and Dance will be showing its final performances of “Summer and Smoke” this weekend in Miller Theater. Written by Tennessee Williams, the play is set at the turn of the century against the backdrop of Glorious Hill, Mississippi. The plot follows the …

  • 8 November

    Crowder Tour Stops at Messiah

    Jessica Henry Student Writer It’s not every semester that a major Christian artist books a stop on their tour at Messiah. However, Crowder is coming to campus on Thursday as part of the American Prodigal Tour. The event will take place in Brubaker and will double as the SAB fall …

  • 1 November

    Panel Opens Discussion on “Take-a-Knee” Movement

    Becky Kimmel Editor-in-Chief On Monday night in the Union, five panelists debated their views on the ‘Take-a-Knee’ movement at the Division of Student Affairs-sponsored event, Sports and Politics: Contextualizing the Take-a-Knee Movement. The five panelists included philosophy professor David Schenk, senior politics major Satchel Johnsen, senior broadcasting and media production …

October, 2017

  • 24 October

    2017 Homecoming Dance to be held this Sunday

    Ian Tan Student Writer Homecoming weekend has been one of Messiah’s greatest legacies. A significant portion of this nostalgia-inducing custom is the Homecoming Dance, a fancier version of most SAB dances, complete with themes, formal dress and elaborate decorations. SAB Dance Executive Jenny Woolley explains this year’s theme and details. …

September, 2017

  • 26 September

    Crafting your climate testimony

    Becky Kimmel Editor-in-Chief As the first event of the three-part Climate Conversations series on campus this fall, Kyle Meyaard-Schaap, spokesperson for Young Evangelicals for Climate Action, led a workshop on “Crafting Your Climate Testimony” Monday night. Students from all programs and majors came to explore their fears and frustrations associated …

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