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“I really appreciate receiving The Bridge in the mail, and also take advantage of viewing it online. It’s a great way to stay in touch with what is happening at Messiah College. The articles are thoughtfully prepared and extremely well written. Keep up the good work.”
“I’m old fashioned, I guess. I still prefer the hard copy. I can snuggle on my couch and read.”
In the last issue of The Bridge, we published an article about the movie Speak, adapted for the screen by adjunct professor of film Annie Young Frisbee. The story’s deeply human themes resonated with many readers.
One alumna was thrilled to discover the connection between the College and the film. As a ninth grade teacher, she had just taught the book to her students and, after reading the magazine, was even more “proud to be part of the alumni.”
|The anonymous snow sculpture, featured in the Fall 2005 issue of The Bridge
"While reading The Bridge last week, I was pleasantly surprised to see the snow sculpture [right] created 20 years ago while I was an art major at Messiah. " Read more...
Although not available in our online version,
Several readers commented that they would like to see stories of alumni, what they are doing with their Messiah education, and how they integrate faith into their career.
The Bridge does publish alumni spotlight segments and profiles in the printed publication. This section celebrates alumni who are living out their faith and vocation in a variety of ways.
If you have a story to share or know of someone who may, please submit your ideas by clicking here.