Lunar New Year!

SAB Lost films Presents: Interstellar


This weekend’s feature film will be Interstellar!

In Earth’s future, a global crop blight and second Dust Bowl are slowly rendering the planet uninhabitable. Professor Brand (Michael Caine), a brilliant NASA physicist, is working on plans to save mankind by transporting Earth’s population to a new home via a wormhole. But first, Brand must send former NASA pilot Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) and a team of researchers through the wormhole and across the galaxy to find out which of three planets could be mankind’s new home.

SAB and ASA Dance and Lunar New year Celebration!


SAB and the Asian Student Association will be hosting a FREE Dance in the Larsen Student Union from 8-12pm on Friday night to Celebrate the Chinese New year!

On Sunday in the South Side Cafe at 6pm there will be a Lunar New Year celebration. $3 will be charged for a fun night of Food, Karaoke, and Games!




Coffeehouse is a monthly show that showcases student talent.  Come get some free coffee and cookies while enjoying a great show!  SAB Coffeehouses serves our campus in several ways.  They provide an opportunity for students to bring their talent to the next level. 
Coffeehouse was created to raise awareness of the talent that exists right here on our campus.  Encouragement from fellow peers is a fine jewel offered to those who are brave enough to get on stage in front of the big audience.  And finally, Coffeehouse is meant to inspire.  Cheer for your friends and peers on stage and let the show inspire new ideas and passions.

The Oakes Museum

Did you know that all Messiah students and their families get FREE admission to the Oakes Museum? Messiah’s very own natural history museum is located in Kline and has two floors full of interesting artifacts.

The Oakes Museum of Natural History offers a collection of Smithsonian-quality African and North American mammals, birds, eggs, fish, seashells, minerals, insects, fossils and so much more! Our newest edition is the Isabel Masland Shell Collection, featuring 9 of the most sought-after shells in the world.

Want to get involved? Need volunteer hours? If you are interested in volunteering at the Oakes Museum you can email Jess Truscott at

Apply to be a part of SAB!

Are you interested in joining The Student Activties Board?!
Then, you should apply to be a part of SAB!

We have multiple positions open for the 2015-2016 year and we would love for you to be a part of our team!

The available positions are:
– Concert Executive
– Excursions Executive
– B-sides Executive
– Lost Films Executive
– Publicity Executive
– Treasurer

If you are interested in applying for one of these positions, please send an email to Alexa Kern (President) at and we will provide you with the application. All applications are due before February 22nd at midnight.

If you have any questions about the application process or the position, feel free to send an email to the address listed above.


Community Professional Development Grants!

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The Career and Professional Development Center and the Student Government Association (SGA) are pleased to once again announce the Student Professional Development Grant. This grant opportunity, funded by SGA, is for students interested in attending professional conferences or related activities. Grants will provide accepted students with half of their proposed funding needed for travel and registration costs, up to $300. Limited funding is available per semester, so interested students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

Applications and additional information are available on the Career and Professional Development Center’s website. Other components of the grant include a mandatory online training session and an educational “give back” activity in the form of a blog posting. For questions, please contact Sarah Bartz at x2334 or

Calling All Artists!

The Minnemingo Review, champion of Messiah art, is excited to announce the title for the spring issue:
If you would like to see your work published in this issue, please submit your prose, poetry, and pictures that relate closely, moderately, or distantly to this theme! We’re thinking GHOSTS; we’re thinking MEMORIES; we’re thinking the SUPERNATURAL breaking into ordinary lives. Think you’ve seen Mary show up on your toast? Write about it! Or turn it around, take the noun form, and write about the Wal Mart you visit ritually.
Here’s what you need to know:
• The deadline to submit by March 25 (Wednesday after spring break)
• Limit it to your 3 best poems, 2 best prose pieces (limit these to three single spaced pages each), and 3 best photos (photos should not have any filters and should look good in black and white).
• Send in a short bio with your pieces, and include the titles of the pieces in the body of the email.
• Attend the review sessions and release party! Dates TBD.
Send your submissions to

Celebrate Black Diversity

Come to Black Student Union’s annual event, Celebrating Black Diversity! This event will be held on Saturday, February 28th from 8pm-10pm in the Larsen Student Union.Celebrating Black Diversity is an opportunity to celebrate Black History Month and and to learn more about a huge part of our nation’s history. This event will feature a full meal, the United Voices of Praise Gospel Choir, some fun facts about Black History Month, and a talent showcase.

We are looking for student talent for this event. This could be anything from singing, playing an instrument, doing spoken word or poetry, or even dancing. If you have a talent you would like to share and you are interested in participating in this event send an email to Naomi Henry at


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