Feb. 20

Come to me, all who are weary, and I will give you rest.

Matthew 11:28

NEWS

Dwayne Safer, assistant professor of finance, recently spoke at The Economist’s signature Investing for Impact conference in New York City. He spoke on a panel entitled “Impact for the Next Generation” where he addressed Gen Z investing trends as well as the growing movement of faith-based investing and aligning portfolios with God-honoring investments.

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Visiting alumni update Please join us in welcoming following alumni back to campus:

  • Friday, Feb. 21 – Adam Mancus 1997 – Pizza with Professionals – Sponsor CPDC, Abby Book Our Visiting Alumni

Program includes one or more of the following: a small gift, parking pass, possible coupons for lunch or coffee and notification to the Messiah College campus via the intercom. Please help us recognize your department for bringing back alumni and welcoming them to campus. Please submit your request online –Falcon link and search Visiting Alumni Registration.

The Human Library needs books

On Wednesday, April 8, Murray Library and the Office of Diversity Affairs will be hosting the Human Library. The Human Library is designed to build a positive framework for conversations that can challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue. “And what library is complete without books?” If you would like the opportunity to be a book and tell your story, please sign up at this link: https://messiah.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_37v5VgYD9SA3g5D. For more information contact Liz Kielley at ekielley@messiah.edu. To learn more about the Human Library organization, visit this website: http://humanlibrary.org/.

Homecoming and Family Weekend committee

The office of Alumni and Parent Relations is building a team of volunteers who are interested in being a part of planning Homecoming and Family Weekend 2020. Those interested are asked to commit to: – Monthly meetings to build the schedule and review progress (especially during the months of August – October) – Day-of volunteering (October 17) – Leadership over specific events or jobs – TBD  If in-depth commitment isn’t something you have space for, but you can be a part of volunteering that day, please let us know!  We’ll add you to our list and follow-up later in the year with more information! Please contact asider@messiah.edu if you are interested or need more information!

Fire extinguishing training

According to recent data released by the US Fire Administration for 2008-2017, the US had an annual average of 1,344,100 fires, resulting in 3,190 civilian deaths, 16,225 civilian injuries, and $14.7 billion in direct property loss each year. Don’t become part of these statistics.

Fire extinguisher training will be offered on campus Tuesday, Feb. 25 through Thursday, Feb. 27. Multiple sessions will be offered during these days. All training sessions will be held in Hostetter Chapel, Room 113 and will include hands-on use of the Bullex© Simulation System. This allows you to experience the “feel” of a real extinguisher without any adverse impact on the environment. Class size is limited so you must register. To do so, go to FalconLink, then All Training Classes. Click on “Fire Extinguisher Training” under Click Here to See Available Courses. Click on the pencil icon in front of the session you wish to attend and follow the instructions to register.

Advisor needed for Spring Break 2020 service trip

The Agapé Center for Service and Learning is in search of a professional staff advisor for our Spring Break service trip to Priority One Ministries (Bronx, NY). Priority One Ministries is a long-time partner of Messiah College. Volunteers will actively engage with impoverished communities in the greater NYC area, assisting with a Breakfast and Lunch Ministry program for the homeless; an after-school program for tutoring inner-city children; the World Vision storehouse and more! The Spring Break service trip will take place from March 14-20. All costs are covered for trip advisors. Because we seek to make our service trips an opportunity for student leaders to grow and develop skills in leading, reflection and facilitation, the trip advisor simply serves as a resource and encouragement for student leaders and assists in any problem-solving that may arise. If you are interested in serving as an advisor or have additional questions, please contact Sharde Hardy at shardy@messiah.edu by Feb. 28.

2020 Alumni Awards Dinner

The Alumni Awards Banquet will take place Saturday, March 28, from 5-7 p.m. in Martin Commons. The evening will include a greeting from President Kim Phipps, buffet-style dinner and a program honoring this year’s award recipients.

• Young Alumni Achievement Award: Dr. Shauna L. Nefos-Webb ‘04

• Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award: Dr. Glenn D. Focht ‘86

• Alumni Christian Service Award: Wendell Gehman ‘89

• Alumni Appreciation Award: George and Barbara Parmer Cost: $15 per person

Seats are limited and pre-registration by Friday, March 13 is required. To register, please visit https://events.attend.com/f/1383791474#/reg/0/. As a Messiah College employee, you will have the option to pay via Journal Voucher or via your personal credit card, depending on the nature of your attendance and/or participation in this event. If you would like to reserve an entire table (8 seats, $120), please directly contact the Alumni Office at 717.796.5252. For more information about the Alumni Awards or to see a list of previous award recipients, please click here. For questions about the event, please contact asider@messiah.edu.

School of the Humanities Summer Academic Camps

This summer, the School of the Humanities will hold four academic camps.

New this year! Our Readers’ Workshop will delve into readings by C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and others as a way to strengthen their love of reading, explore literary concepts and immerse themselves into the world of high fantasy and science fiction.  This camp is held on June 21 – 25 and is for students in rising grades 9 – 12.  To learn more about this camp, visit the website at https://www.messiah.edu/readersworkshop

The Young Filmmakers Workshop provides college-level filmmaking skills for students in rising grades 10-12.  Students will leave with an understanding of how to be a writer, director, actor, cinematographer and editor. This camp is held on June 21 – 26. To learn more about this camp, visit the website at http://www.messiah.edu/filmmakersworkshop.

The Young Writers Workshop provides college-level writing skills development for students in rising grades 9 – 12.  The workshop offers intensive courses in creative writing taught by published faculty and writers, a fieldtrip, poetry readings and other activities.  This workshop will be held on June 21 – 26. To learn more about our Young Writers Workshop, visit the website at http://www.messiah.edu/writersworkshop.

FaithWorks@MessiahCollege  is a unique summer experience connecting faith and service. Students will learn from our faculty in Bible, ministry and theology, spend time with college student mentors, work alongside others as they invest in their communities and celebrate the gift of their faith and the joy of doing God’s work. This camp will be held on July 12 – 18 and is open to high school students. To learn more about this camp, visit the website at http://www.messiah.edu/info/22711/faithworks

All four workshops offer scholarships, but there is a deadline to have your application in for the scholarship. Each camp has their own individual deadline, so please check the websites and apply now!

JAZZ VESPERS Eric Byrd Trio, Tim Warfield, Terrell Stafford, United Voices of Praise

Feb. 29, 2020 at 7:30 p.m., Parmer Hall The Eric Byrd Trio, Jazz Ambassadors for the U.S. State Department and the Kennedy Center, will present a worship service featuring Biblical scripture readings and music drawn from Negro spirituals, hymns and black gospel music, all performed within the idiom of jazz. Artist in Residence Eric Byrd will be joined by trio members Bhagwan Khalsa, bass, and drummer Alphonso Young Jr. The program will also feature Artist in Residence Tim Warfield on saxophone, trumpeter Terrell Stafford and Messiah’s gospel choir, United Voices of Praise. Ticket prices are $10 for adults; $5 for Messiah College students (with ID) and youth (18 and under). To purchase, please contact the Messiah College Ticket Office at 717-691-6036 or online at messiah.edu/tickets.

CLASSIFIEDS

Job opportunity

Join our team! The Campus Store and Textbook Express is hiring a part time key holder to work 3 days a week including Friday and Saturday plus every day during Rush and Buyback. Earn money, have fun and get great discounts! Contact Candy at 717-691-6024 or ctritle@messiah.edu for more information and how to apply.

For sale

Sole E25 Elliptical for sale, low usage. Asking $750. Check here for information: https://www.soletreadmills.com/ellipticals/e25-sole-elliptical?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIwduRkfTY5wIVBKSzCh0MwAovEAAYASAAEgLxBvD_BwE. Contact Maria Rippon at mrippon@messiah.edu or contact owner directly at j.kazee1989@gmail.com or call Jane @ 202-997-0874.

2006 Cadillac DTS Sedan 4door. V8, 4.6 liter, automatic, FWD, Luxury Pkg, AC, Power windows, Power door locks, Cruise Control, Power Steering, AM/FM Stereo, CD player, OnStar (avail.), Dual Air Bags, Side Air Bags, Heated Seats, Heated Steering wheel, Cooled Seats, Leather interior, Sun Roof, Gold in color. This is a very comfortable car. I get compliments every time someone drives with me. The drive is very quiet and comfortable as well. New oil change and state inspection good until March 2021. $3,900 email me sportko@messiah.edu for more pictures.

 

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