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November, 2015

  • 3 November

    Part Two: Christ-Minded Feminism

    Jennifer Morgan Student Writer In the first part of my series about Christ-Minded Feminism, I spoke about what feminism really means, and why it’s important for Christians to think more in depth about this topic. To gain insight from other students about what feminism means in their lives, I asked four students – both …

October, 2015

  • 30 October

    The Power of Words: A reflection on Kirby Farrell’s talk

    Jenna Stover Student Writer On Thursday afternoon, October 29th, the School of Humanities and the Department of English held a guest speaker event in Boyer. Messiah College hosted Kirby Farrell, a professor of English at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Farrell is considered accomplished as a novelist, jazz pianist and composer, …

  • 16 October

    Campus Closet: One Stop Shop

    Bree Whitelock Online Editor College kids remain moderately good at one thing – stretching their dollar to the last cent. Well, except for when we purchase something we need, that we didn’t really need, yet really wanted… but that’s a story for a different day. As students who love fashion …

  • 16 October

    5 Tips on How to Maximize Your Savings Account

    Brooke Pompeo Student Writer Making the decision to go with your friends to Paulus Orchard can be hard when you reach in to your wallet for the third time this week.  Then you have to talk yourself through how you will spend less money, starting next week. It’s difficult to save money …

  • 14 October

    First Democratic Debate – Sanders and Clinton Face Off

    Michael Scinto Student Writer The first Democratic debate took place in Las Vegas Tuesday night where the Democratic candidates running for president gathered to face off. “On this stage, you didn’t hear anyone denigrate women, you didn’t hear anyone make racist comments about new American immigrants. You didn’t hear anyone …

  • 13 October

    My Week Without Social Media

    Elisabeth Ivey Student Writer Social media – that phrase for the friendly apps on our phone. You know them: Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, and all of the others. They’re so reliable. It seems like social media is our generation’s best friend. So what would happen if we had to give …

  • 11 October

    Campus Closet: The Best of Homecoming 2015

    Bree Whitelock: Online Editor The Homecoming Dance is a night of picture-taking, dancing, mingling, and most importantly (in my opinion) fashion. Taking place this past Friday evening, many Messiah students set the stage for being fashion-forward at this year’s Homecoming Dance. 1. Fierce, flirtatious and fabulous – red has never …

  • 6 October

    4 Tips to Stress Less

    Erin Zakin Web Manager Despite our best efforts, stress is a side effect of life that no one can avoid. College students are told time after time to lower stress levels, yet we still stay up in the library as late as possible with our large caffeinated beverages, getting much …

  • 6 October

    Fall Photo Shoot Tips

    Jenna Stover Student Writer As the leaves spend their time changing colors, who doesn’t want to capture the swiftly changing and vast array of colors in a photograph with friends? What better location to do exactly that than on the covered bridge or the area surrounding the breeches, with its …

  • 2 October

    Part One: Christ-Minded Feminism

    Jen Morgan Student Writer When the word “feminism” is uttered, it tends to have mixed results. Instead of associating the feminist movement with social justice and rights for all, some people unfairly stick with the classic “bra burning and man hating” stereotype. To set the record straight, the dictionary definition of …

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