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July, 2018

  • 16 July

    Summer Spotlight: Todd Abbott

    by Kelly Webber, Summer Director Studying business at Messiah College has a variety of options, with everything from a Spanish Business minor to a Chinese Business major. Every summer, International Business majors travel the globe on the International Business Institute. Senior International Business Major and Student Body President Todd Abbott …

May, 2018

  • 4 May

    Prison Laundry Service Debate Washes To the Surface

    Maddie Conley Online Editor Laundry isn’t something you would expect to cultivate complex and controversial discussion. But when news surfaces that Messiah’s wash is being done by inmates at SCI Somerset Prison, a deeper look into ethical considerations and underlying details is given by the Messiah community. A complicated situation …

April, 2018

  • 22 April

    Gun Violence Walkout 2018: Recap and Photo Gallery

    Maddie Conley Online Editor Students left classes early on Friday and headed to Eisenhower lawn to mourn the death of those killed by gun violence. Speakers composed of students, faculty and administrators memorialized those affected and called attention to a need for societal change. Organized by Toby Doyle, ’19, and …

  • 18 April

    Last Civil Discourse of the Semester Addresses Privilege

    Dakota Vaughn Assistant Student Director Social privilege was the topic of discussion for SGA’s third installment of the Civil Discourse series last night. The event was the last in the series for this semester, and nearly every seat in Boyer 131 was occupied. According to a poll taken before the …

  • 12 April

    ‘Waking Up White’ Sparks Conversations of Racial Reconciliation

    Ally Hufford Student Writer On Wednesday night BSU teamed up with SAB and SGA to host “Waking Up White” in Hostetter Chapel. The event was designed to be a discussion starter for white students centered around conversations of racism and privilege. Annamarie Lively, the PR coordinator for BSU, said that …

March, 2018

  • 24 March

    Clothing Swap and Mend Inspires Environmental Consideration

    Dakota Vaughn Assistant Student Director The Fish Bowl was swimming with people, clothes, and sewing machines yesterday for “Clothing Swap & Mend.” The event was hosted by Earthkeepers, Messiah’s environmental club, with the goal of educating students about ethical clothing practices. The event was co-sponsored by the Student Government Association, …

  • 11 March

    New President and Vice President to Take Office in August

    Robert Bouffard Student Writer Ramirez Gomez was watching Coco at Lost Films when she got the news. She then texted Abbot, who was taking down posters on the floor in Naugle he lived on his freshman year. “It was perfect,” Abbot said. “Then I went to bed.” Todd Abbot and …

  • 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 …

  • 7 March

    Civil Discourse Series Tackles Topic of Birth Control

    Jessica Henry Student Writer The SGA Civil Discourse Series is “designed to provide a space for students to engage with some of the most controversial topics in the national conversation.” The first installment of the series took place in November with the topic of gun control. The second installment of …

  • 2 March

    Week in Review: Election and Lost Intelligence

    Ally Hufford Student Writer I don’t know about you guys, but I am at the point in the semester where I am starting to hit a wall. My motivation to do anything is slowly declining, and my professors do not seem to be getting the memo, considering how much work …

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