Student spearheads campus composting efforts

arditiAdam Arditi ’13
Studio Art
Collegeville, Pa.

As Messiah College’s first-ever waste diversion coordinator, Adam Arditi ’13 works to create a more sustainable campus each day by picking up pre- and post-consumer food waste from Lottie Nelson Dining Hall and pre-consumer food waste from the Union Café and transporting the waste to campus composting piles. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in 2013, Arts, Go Green!, Majors & Minors, Studio Art, Study Abroad | 3 Comments »

Posted on February 27th, 2013


Alumna’s photo inspiration for Jamie Foxx short film

Grace Lankford StoryLinkGrace Lankford ’11
Health and Exercise Science alum
Hummelstown, Pa.

Featured on the cover of the summer 2011 issue of The Bridge, health and exercise science alum Grace Lankford ’11 continues to pursue her love of photography in addition to her job as a wellness instructor.

Though she focused her major course work in the sciences, Lankford broadened her horizons by taking many art electives during her time at Messiah. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in 2011, Alumni, Exercise Science, Majors & Minors, Studio Art | 2 Comments »

Posted on February 1st, 2013


Classroom Assignment Turns into a Book Deal for College Employee/Student

Dwayne Magee

Director of College Press and Printing Services

Mechanicsburg, Pa.

Children’s Tale Follows McBoo, a Galapagos Bird Trying to Fit In

A funny thing happened to Dwayne Magee, director of college press and postal services, on his way to earning an arts management degree at Messiah. The part-time sophomore student and College employee for the past six years became a published author, thanks to his in-class fictional creation–a blue footed bird named Solly McBoo. What began as a simple classroom assignment for Magee’s spring 2010 Created and Called for Community course has evolved into his first published book. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in About Reconciliation, Arts, Majors & Minors, Scholarship, Studio Art | 29 Comments »

Posted on July 29th, 2011


Illustrator and writer earns national recognition

Jonathan Bean ′01
Studio art major
Manhattan, New York

Jonathan Bean ′01 has the best of worlds, living and working in a New York City apartment near Central Park. The Pennsylvania native grew up hiking, bird watching, and drawing landscapes—pastimes he frequently pursues as a resident of the Big Apple. In fact, finding places of solitude in a metropolitan landscape are what inspired Bean to write and illustrate At Night, a tale of a city-dwelling child seeking a quiet place to rest. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in 2001, Alumni, Grad School Bound, Majors & Minors, Studio Art | Comments Off

Posted on January 8th, 2009


   

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