Possible Snow Storm!

Safe Winter Driving Tips

There is snow in the forecast for Friday into Saturday! Here are some tips to get you safely to and from Messiah. Remember that if you don’t feel comfortable driving you can always email your professor. Stay safe! (And cross your fingers for a snow day)

  1. Clear snow and ice from all windows and lights – even the hood and roof- before driving.
  2. Leave plenty of room for stopping.
  3. Pay attention don’t try to out drive the conditions. …
  4. Know the current road conditions. …
  5. Use brakes carefully. …
  6. Bridge decks freeze first.

Read more here http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/highway/departments/snowice/safewinterdrivingtips.aspx


Netherlands Cross-Cultural Meeting!

7pm, Thursday, January 21, 2016, Boyer 130

Informational meeting about J-term 2017 Netherlands cross-cultural
Meet one of the Dutch professors and hear about this excellent program. Of interest to all majors.

On this cross-cultural, you will meet students from Netherlands, Korea, Romania, and Canada all joining together at Ede Christian University for this 3-week program. The town of Ede, in beautiful central Holland is just 90 minutes by train from Amsterdam. Rent bicycles to ride around town just like a native. Stay with Dutch students, learn about culture, visit Dutch cities, museums, and businesses. Ede Christian University has partnered with Messiah College since 1995. You may have seen or met the 15 Dutch students here right now for J-term.


Campus Store Clearance Sale

Starting Monday, January 18th-24th at the Campus Store, clearance items will be an additional 25% off already reduced prices! Also, there will be a selection of items that will be 25% off the original price. Come check out the bargains!


Calling Writers for Collab position!

The Marketing team of the Collaboratory is looking for a new, writing-inclined member. The Collab offers a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience in your field while also serving the Lord through multi-disciplinary projects.

This team member would be responsible for:
· writing articles for our bi-annual newsletter
· weekly articles for online news
· editing publications put out by the Collaboratory
· updating the styleguide as needed
· attending meetings with Messiah College’s Marketing and Communications department and College Press
· other things as needed

Internship credit is available if desired upon registering with the Career Center (1 credit hour).
By demonstrating regular involvement and dedication within the Collaboratory, the team member would also be eligible to receive chapel credit through College Ministries and service learning credit through the Agape Center.

We are looking to fill this position as soon as possible! Please contact Rachel Peters at collabmarketing@messiah.edu if you are interested.


Falcon Feud!

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Do you love Family Feud, free food, and gift cards? Then Falcon Feud is the event for you!

Come to the Union on Thursday, January 21st from 7-10 p.m. to watch 8 teams of Messiah students battle it out for the grand prize of $250!

Registration to participate as a team is officially closed, but audience participation is encouraged as individuals in attendance will have the chance to win gift cards throughout the evening!

Plus, there will be free food…and who doesn’t love cookies, popcorn, and other free snacks?

RSVP on Facebook by searching “Falcon Feud”. See you there!

:) The Pulse Team and SAB


The Tender Land Auditions

On February 8 and 9, the Department of Theatre and Dance will hold auditions for our spring production, THE TENDER LAND.
The Department of Theatre and Dance and Messiah’s Opera Workshop have joined forces to present our first ever opera, THE TENDER LAND. With music by Aaron Copland and libretto by Horace Everett, THE TENDER LAND revolves around the Moss family, living in a rural mid-western town just after the turn of the 20th century, and the graduation of their oldest daughter, Laurie. Laurie is unsure of her future in the world and what she will do after high school when two drifters happen upon the farm and excite in the girl dreams of a larger life.
AUDITION INFO:
General Auditions will be held on Monday, February 8 and Tuesday, February 9 from 7-10pm each evening in the Poorman Black Box Theatre in Climenhaga. Students may sign up for an audition slot in the theatre hallway in the basement of Climenhaga.
Those auditioning should prepare one art song or opera aria of your choice in any language. A pianist will be provided for your audition. You may bring your own pianist or sing a cappella if you prefer; however, please no recorded accompaniments. In opera auditions, the emphasis is placed on the quality of singing and the singer’s ability to communicate through sound and text. Please practice and prepare accordingly.Additional information, including roles, is attached.

Casting is open to all members of the academic community. Occasionally, guest actors will be employed. Any Messiah College student enrolled and in good academic standing as defined by the statement on satisfactory academic process in the student handbook is encouraged to audition. The Department of Theatre follows an Inclusive Casting Policy which means that casting is open to all actors regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, disability, or age. Exceptions to the Inclusive Casting Policy may be taken when specified by the director’s production concept. An exception to the Inclusive Casting Policy must be made when the dramatist’s stage directions regarding race, ethnicity, gender, disability, or age are both explicit and protected by the license to produce the play. Theatre majors who have declared the acting emphasis are required to audition for all department productions.


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