Entertainment & Recreation

Entertainment & Recreation

Who says fun can't be virtual? Keep on the lookout for livestreamed events and recordings including coffeehouses, Trivia Tuesdays, weekly workout sessions, New Music Fridays and more!

Live group exercise class

Join the Messiah Fitness Center every Wednesday at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. for a 20-30 minute live Zoom group exercise class. No equipment necessary!

The fitness center will also post two workouts per week that can be completed in your home. Follow them at @messiahfitnesscenter!

The Swinging Bridge Magazine

The Pulse is pleased to announce that The Swinging Bridge magazine is out! From campus magazine racks to your personal device, the final spring issue of The Swinging Bridge Magazine has been released online.

Student Activities Board (SAB)

Keep on the lookout for these upcoming events:

  • New Music Friday: SAB presents New Music Fridays! Connect with our Spotify to view our New Music Fridays playlist which will be updated every week. Hear what other students are listening to featuring a variety of genres and artists. 
  • Trivia Tuesdays: Would you like to win prizes simply by sitting on your couch?! Messiah students have the opportunity to participate in SAB Trivia Tuesdays! Every Tuesday, students will have the opportunity to win prizes just by answering trivia questions. We will have different themes every week. Keep an eye out on our social media (@messiahsab) for how to participate. 
  • Trix Tracks Competition: Win prizes by participating in the SAB Trix Track Competition. Students will have two weeks to build their own Trix Track, a chain reaction "obstactle course" that shows off your creativity and building skills. More details to can be found @messiahsab on Facebook and Instagram! Competition rules can be found here.
  • Senior Coffeehouse: Happening May 10, with auditions on May 4.

Podcast: The Central Perch

In a time where the idea of Messiah community looks a lot different, The Central Perch podcast engages in hearing the stories of Messiah College community members. These conversations talk about the past as well as the present in hopes to create a shared experience for students, staff, and faculty alike. The Central Perch, a play-on-words from the classic “Friends” coffee shop, The Central Perk, hopes to create an environment that feels like a coffee shop conversation – an activity that many of us are missing right now. New podcasts will air weekly.

Listen to the latest episode on Spotify