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WATCH: Multicultural Services celebrates diversity

  Through recent on-campus gatherings and events, Multicultural Services is providing opportunities to deepen awareness of cultural diversity. Sterling Haynes is a video producer for The Aviso AVW.  

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The Trail: Volleyball defeats Walsh in four sets

  The athletics department grabs their first GLIAC win of the year at the expense of crosstown rival Walsh University, with the affair going four sets and tallying a final score of 19-25, 25-19, 25-23, 25-17. It was an entertaining match from set to set, keeping spectators on the edge of their seats for every [...]

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Gender studies minor complements any major

  Need some extra credits to graduate, but don’t want to resort to archery class? Or do you just want to add a little variety to your education? A wide and varied selection of minors are available to supplement any major. One lesser-known program, the gender studies minor, can complement virtually any field of study. [...]

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PIONEER FOCUS: Hannah Maczko

  This week’s Pioneer Focus goes to sophomore golfer Hannah Maczko.  Maczko recently placed 3rd out of 35 golfers at the Grove City Invite. Emily Cowen is the video editor for The Aviso AVW. Sterling Haynes is a video producer for The Aviso AVW.  Seth Byrd is a sports writer for The Aviso AVW. Rebecca Yourko is a reporter for The Aviso [...]

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Fall teams head into new season

The time has come for fall sports to resume, and this year should be a good one for Pioneer athletics. After many improvements from the previous years, each team is looking to find success and improvement. Men’s golf Whether they can repeat last year’s success is the big question, as the men’s golf team brought [...]

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Favored Professors Get Some Attention

  This is a continuation of an Aviso AVW video feature: the cafeteria survey! From time to time we will be posted outside the cafeteria with a question for students, always with the aim of better understanding the Malone community as a whole. This week’s question is: Who is your most inspiring teacher and why? Emily [...]

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Senate Notebook: Sept. 18

  Senate Notebook is a regular news feature with the goal to keep students up to date on what Student Senate is up to. Senate meets every Wednesday at 9 p.m. in the Brehme Conference Center. Guests are welcome to attend.  Student Senate is now accepting applications for open positions. Applications are due Oct. 1. Elections [...]

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BLOG: History students get settled in D.C.

  We’re adding a special feature this semester! For the first time, three of our students are studying in Washington, D.C. at the same time through the American Studies Program. Throughout the semester, Suzanna Bregar, senior history major; Madi Carper, junior history major; and Kaitlyn Stump, senior history major will be taking turns blogging about their [...]

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OPINION: Resident assistants seek to be leaders, not superiors

  Most people view Resident Assistants as people that look to get students in trouble. But that couldn’t be father from the truth. As a 3rd year RA, I have seen the good and bad parts of being an RA. But the main reason why I came back to the position twice is simply because [...]

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Changes coming to the gen ed program

  Changes are coming to Malone’s General Education program through reductions aimed at improving the overall learning experience for students. Dr. Gregory Miller, professor of history and chair of the General Education committee, presented the proposal at the Student Senate meeting on September 10. Faculty will vote on the proposal in October. Once they approve [...]

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