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“Elijah” performance reviewed

April 14th, 2014

On April 11, the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra did their first Masterworks concert off-site at Messiah College’s new Calvin and Janet High Center for Worship and Performing Arts to rave reviews from David Dunkle, entertainment reporter for the Carlisle Sentinel. The HSO was performing with Messiah College choral ensembles, including Concert Choir, Choral Arts Society and the ensemble-in-residence Susquehanna Chorale.

Read “HSO visits Messiah College’s High Center.”

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Risks and benefits of faith in business

April 14th, 2014

Mike Zigarelli, professor of leadership and strategy, is quoted in an April 11 Central Penn Business Journal article about the risks and benefits for companies that identify with a particular faith or denomination.

Read “Faith in your business.”

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Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra performs on campus

April 3rd, 2014

The Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra will travel to Messiah’s Calvin and Janet High Center for Worship and Performing Arts April 11 for a rare West Shore performance. Joined by the College’s Choral Arts Society, Concert Choir and ensemble-in-residence Susquehanna Chorale, HSO will perform “Elijah.”

Read “Orchestra takes a rare road trip.”

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Toddler separation anxiety

March 14th, 2014

Erin Boyd-Soisson, associate professor of human development, unlocks some of the mystery about separation anxiety in a March 2014 article.

Read “Dealing with separation anxiety.”

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Senior wrester Ricardo Plummer recounts childhood challenges

February 7th, 2014

Ricardo Plummer, a senior on the wrestling team, recounts for the York Dispatch in a Feb. 5 article his challenging childhood in Panama, Brooklyn and eventually York.

Read “Hard times fuel York Suburban grad to wrestling success at Messiah.”

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Students and alums partner on new film

January 13th, 2014

The Jan. 8 Carlisle Sentinel profiled the key figures in a new film, “Downward.” Rolando Vega ‘13, Michael Ortiz ‘09, and Mitch McClure ‘14 are filming in the Mechanicsburg area after accomplishing their Kickstarter campaign goal.

Read “Messiah College students, graduates to create another film.”

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History professor evaluates 50-year war on poverty

January 13th, 2014

Jim LaGrand, professor of history, evaluates the effectiveness of President Johnson’s declared war on poverty in a Jan. 10 op-ed.

Read “Fifty years later we’re still fighting the War on Poverty.”

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Professor discusses Jesus’ race

January 6th, 2014

A recent media pundit’s comments are unpacked in a Dec. 24 AP story about Jesus’ race, quoting Douglas Jacobsen, Messiah College professor of church history and theology.

Read “The race of Jesus: Unknown , yet powerful.”

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Soccer star overcomes injuries to win fourth national title

January 6th, 2014

Josh Wood talks in a Dec. 26 interview with the Kingsport Times News about the injuries he overcame to be a member of the 2013 National Championship team.

Read “Former South soccer standout overcomes injuries to win 4th title, player of the year award.”

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Salvation Army founder remembered

December 9th, 2013

Leader William Booth, the founder of The Salvation Army, is profiled in a Dec. 4 Investor’s Business Daily “Leaders and Success” column. Mike Zigarelli, professor of leadership, contributed some background information about Booth.

Read “William Booth’s Salvation Army became a global force for good.”

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