Since the beginning of the semester I’ve had a countdown till May 4th....
Junior integrated language arts major Autumn Berry has participated on a competitive jump rope team called Heartbeats since third grade. Peter Simionides is a video producer for The Aviso AVW.
Today it’s as easy to become published as signing up for a blog. You can self-publish multiple times a day if you wish. Blogs have become popular among most age groups, but especially among millennials. Students have started blogs on different subjects for many different reasons. From a class assignment to a personal journal, [...]
The Pioneer track and field team will be participating in its first ever GLIAC outdoor championship next week at Ashland University. After competing in its first indoor conference championship this past winter, Pioneer track and field coaches and athletes are ready for the outdoor championship and hope to surprise its competitors in a stretch [...]
Last Thursday evening I decided to take a stroll around campus. As I followed the sidewalk along the back of Blossom Hall, I passed a steady line of empty parked cars. Then I came to a car that was very much occupied. Its driver was waiting patiently, windows down. We made eye contact; after [...]
The senior communication arts capstone class hosted a yard sale on Saturday, April 20, raising almost $1000 for relief efforts in Syria. “I could weep right now, I am so happy,” said senior communication arts major Rachel Weisel. “This is so much better than we expected. Whenever we were trying to plan it we were thinking, [...]
The Open Frame Film Festival took place on April 20. The festival was held at the Canton Palace Theatre for the second time, although this was the first year it featured a red carpet event before the film screening. The award winners are as follows: Best Director: Kaitie Fox, (v): to forgive Best Cinematography:Allie Sayre, The Guest [...]
Pedigree: This weeks’s Pioneer Focus goes to junior baseball player Taylore Baker after leading the Pioneers to a 3-1 record two weeks ago against Ohio Dominican on April 10 and Saginaw Valley State on April 14. As a pitcher, Baker tallied a batting average of .571 and three RBI’s while tossing the first five innings [...]
Students and community members attended a panel discussion where three professors analyzed the History Channel’s The Bible. The three professors included professor of English Dr. Steve Jensen, associate professor of biblical studies Dr. Suzanne Nicolson, and professor of biblical studies Dr. Joel Soza. The panel on April 16, sponsored by the Bible and Theology department, [...]
“Malone has moved into a very prestigious conference and is now competing against schools that are somewhat larger in both total student enrollment and overall budgets and resources,” Athletic Director Charlie Grimes said. “Even with this new challenge, we predict that several of our teams will have great opportunities to make the GLIAC postseason. [...]
Spring has arrived and summer is right around the corner. Students are hitting the gym to get in shape. However, treadmills and elliptical machines are not everyone’s first choice when it comes to getting in some cardio. The Wellness Center offers a Zumba Fitness class at 7 p.m. in the multi-purpose room every Monday [...]