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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 …

  • 3 April

    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 …

March, 2017

  • 24 March

    Humans of Messiah: What did you do over Spring Break?

    Ian Tan Student Writer Spring break is a much needed period of the semester for many students, especially after midterms. Some head home and spend time with their families, others go on service trips and help with ministries, and some simply try to catch up on sleep and other fun …

February, 2017

  • 17 February

    Humans of Messiah: Professor Andrew Dyrli Hermeling

    Jemi Lui Student Writer Name: Professor Andrew Dyrli Hermeling Department: Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice Class: Messiah College, 2006 Why did you choose to go into Native American studies? I’ve always been interested in colonial history, and as I was exploring research options in graduate school, I had an advisor …

November, 2016

  • 22 November

    Humans of Messiah: Noah Armistead

    Jemi Lui Student Writer Noah Armistead Year: First-Year Major: Mechanical Engineering What was life like in Pakistan? Life in Pakistan is very different from life in America. Pakistani culture is actually pretty laid back and relatively slow-paced. It’s pretty easy to make the situation there sound much more intense than …

  • 16 November

    Humans of Messiah: Marissa Donlevie

    Jemi Lui Student Writer Marissa Donlevie Year: First-Year Major: Spanish with a Teaching Certification What’s the funniest thing that’s happened in a class this year? There was one time I was in my first-year seminar and our professor didn’t show up. Being the first-years that we are, none of us …

  • 8 November

    Humans of Messiah: Logan Wells

    Jemi Lui Student Writer Logan Wells Year: Junior Major: Christian Ministries How did you get started with Young Life? The organization I want to work with after college is called Club Beyond, which was started by Young Life and Youth for Christ. I thought that was pretty cool. I happened …

October, 2016

  • 31 October

    Humans of Messiah: Heather Erfley

    Jemi Lui Student Writer Heather Erfley Year: Senior Major: Education Dual Certification: PreK- 4, Special Education What is your favorite thing about student teaching right now? I love interacting with kids. I really do, I love it so much. Right now I’m in a special ed. class, first through fourth …

  • 24 October

    Humans of Messiah: Cooper Robbins

    Jemi Lui Student Writer Cooper Robbins Year: First-Year Major: Biology What’s your favorite thing about Messiah soccer? The relationships that I have with the guys on the team. Messiah’s a special place to play. The bond that we share is unlike any other team I’ve been a part of. They’re …

  • 17 October

    Humans of Messiah: Alumni Edition

    Jemi Lui Student Writer In honor of Messiah’s Homecoming this past weekend, this edition of Humans of Messiah is dedicated to alumni! Gerald Wingert Class of 1950 Major: Philosophy and Religion What is your history with Messiah? I have a long heritage here at Messiah College. My grandfather was on …

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