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November, 2017

  • 1 November

    Wittenberg Doors Return to Messiah over 20 Years After Door Heist

    Maddie Conley Student Writer When a large door arrives as a package in the mail, you question it. When this large door happens to be the Messiah-famous Wittenberg door, it’s just crazy. When you get an email about yet another stolen door, you have a story. Yesterday morning, the two …

October, 2017

  • 18 October

    South Complex Affected by Power Outage

    Mikaela Mummert Student Director At around 3 p.m. this afternoon, a power blip on campus caused some disruption leading to a power outage in South Complex. Director of Facility Services, Brad Markley, confirmed at the scene that the power blip caused a fuse to be blown resulting in the loss …

  • 2 October

    At least 50 killed and hundreds injured in Las Vegas concert shooting

    Alyssa Burd Online Editor At least 50 people were killed and over 400 others were injured after a gunman opened fire on an outdoor country music festival last night in Las Vegas, Nevada. The shooting has been named the deadliest mass shooting in United States history. According to the Associated …

September, 2017

  • 22 September

    Power Outage corrected on campus

    Alyssa Burd Online Editor At approximately 5:00 p.m. last evening, a power outage occurred on campus forcing college operations to temporarily close Eisenhower Campus Center and Sollenberger Sports Center until the power could be restored. According to Director of Facility Services Brad Markley, “We had a failure of the CHP …

  • 17 September

    Students host Charlottesville Town Hall Meeting and Prayer Vigil

    Ian Tan Student Writer The tragedy that occurred this past August in Charlottesville, Virginia left the rest of the United States in a fresh state of horror, scarring the nation yet again. On Wednesday, September 13, student organizations collaborated to host a Charlottesville Town Hall Meeting and Prayer Vigil in …

  • 12 September

    Millions raised for Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

    Lilly Kashishian Student Writer On August 25, Hurricane Harvey made landfall along the Texas coast—it only took 56 hours for Harvey to begin as a tropical depression and strengthen into a category four hurricane, making it the most catastrophic hurricane the state of Texas has ever seen. “This will be …

June, 2017

  • 14 June

    Swinging Bridge Closed Due to Falling Tree

    Mikaela Mummert Summer Director The Swinging Bridge on campus has been closed after a falling tree caused damage last weekend. The tree, located on the Starry side of the bridge, tore some of the handrails and decking from the structure. One supporting beam was ripped off, making the bridge unsafe …

April, 2017

  • 23 April

    New Finance Lab added to the list of projects for Fall 2017

    Willie Hope III Sports & Rec Editor In addition to the Sollenberger Sports Center renovations that will be done for the start of the fall semester, Frey Hall will also undergo renovations. The Ralph S. Larsen Finance Lab will be added to Frey 143 and the hallway to create an …

March, 2017

  • 23 March

    New student ID cards feature contactless technology

    Raquelle Gonzalez Student Writer On March 1, the Falcon Exchange announced a new ID card for students. The card features an advanced technology called Near Field Communication that allows for contactless communication between devices. What does this mean for students? It means the new ID cards will allow students to …

February, 2017

  • 8 February

    Giving Day aims to raise 100k for students

    Alyssa Burd Online Editor Tomorrow, the Office of Annual Giving is hosting Messiah’s first-ever Giving Day to raise money for scholarships, campus programs and activities. According to Cady Sullivan, assistant director of Annual Giving, “Giving Day is a 24-hour campaign during which we are hoping to raise $100,000 to support …

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