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May, 2017

  • 7 May

    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 …

November, 2016

  • 16 November

    Ken Burns spotlights stories, not himself

    Ashlyn Miller Student Director “Listen!” was the call that repeatedly rang through Parmer Hall on Tuesday evening. There was no need to call attention to the speaker—his reputation alone commanded a presence—rather, attention was called to the voices from the past, brought to life through his films. A filmmaker with …

  • 15 November

    From Civil Rights to Black Lives Matter

    Jessica Henry Student Writer Students, faculty and staff gathered in Hostetter Chapel on Monday night for the first event in a two-part series discussion regarding American racial history, excessive police force and Black Lives Matter. The series is co-sponsored by Human Rights Awareness and the Black Student Union. Its purpose …

September, 2016

  • 16 September

    Winding Hill Facility offers new graduate program opportunities

    Valerie Bell Student Writer The long awaited completion of the Winding Hill Center has finally arrived. The newly renovated 32,000 square foot facility provides programs for Masters of Occupational Therapy and is located approximately three miles off-campus. According to Kathie Shafer, Messiah’s Vice President of Operations, the building includes a …

August, 2016

  • 18 August

    8 things you’ll only understand if you go to Messiah

    Madeline Crocenzi Summer Director Last year at this time I wrote about 10 things you should know before coming to Messiah. While I’m far from the expert on Messiah College, I like to think I’m older and wiser going into my junior year. Our school is unique – and looking …

July, 2016

  • 29 July

    Balancing act: How first-year students can juggle relationships at home and school

    Madeline Crocenzi Summer Director Every August, first-year students and their parents pack into Brubaker Auditorium for the annual candlelight ceremony. After plenty of tears and hugs, parents walk out the doors and students quickly meet their orientation groups. But is that moment as final as we think? Many of our …

June, 2016

  • 23 June

    Campus construction updates

    Madeline Crocenzi Summer Director Even though classes have ended and most residence halls are empty, there’s still plenty going on around Messiah. This summer, the campus has been alive with renovations and continued construction projects. Here are four of the major projects you should know about: Sollenberger Sports Center The …

  • 15 June

    The secret life of the Messiah bees

    Madeline Crocenzi Summer Director If you walk down to the Grantham Community Garden’s lower plot across from the rec fields, you probably won’t notice anything out of the ordinary. It looks like your standard garden with rows of vegetables, some chickens and an overwhelming sense of quiet. But the two …

April, 2016

  • 7 April

    The Falcons Meet the Falcons

    The Falcon Flash Staff of Lower Dauphin High School The Falcon Flash of Lower Dauphin had the opportunity to visit Messiah College and The Pulse.   The students of LDHS got the opportunity to see the real life process of media production. Follow the story on Twitter with the #FlashAtMessiah. The …

  • 4 April

    2016 senior gift will light Swinging Bridge

    Madeline Crocenzi Editor-in-Chief The Swinging Bridge is a Messiah icon; loved by students, professors and community members alike. It’s a site known for proposals, photography and a way to get to the big soccer game. However, this year the bridge will get an upgrade as the 2016 senior class looks …


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