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New website filter system on campus   This year, Malone has changed website filters from Blue Coat WebFilter, which was 10 years old, to Palo Alto Networks for both cost and functionality reasons. Students may have noticed that websites that could be accessed last semester before fall break may not be accessible currently. Palo Alto […]

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Beyond the bubble and into Germany

Malone professor and students participate in activities surrounding Protestant Reformation This year marks the 500 anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in Germany. Sparked in 1517 when Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses on the church door in Wittenberg, the Reformation aimed at reforming the beliefs and practices of the Roman Catholic Church. The 95 Theses […]

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Pi Day

Pie for Pi Day

Math club to hold second annual pie smashing celebration   In Algebra, many students learn about π, or the symbol representing 3.14159. Every math student learns the importance of π at some point in their educational career, but it is more than a way to figure out the circumference of a circle; it is the […]

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Faith Outside Classroom

Faith outside the classroom

Students engage creative opportunities to apply faith   It is easy to get in a routine: class Monday through Friday, homework and catching up on sleep on the weekend. At Malone, students are given all the tools necessary to apply their faith outside the classroom and beyond as they prepare for the real world. Current […]

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Steps Challenge

Stepping it up

Faculty and staff participate in Fitbit challenge   This semester, several Malone staff and faculty are doing the Fitbit challenge, also known as the step challenge. There are 14 teams and both individual and team goals. Individuals pick a goal of steps to reach per day through whatever activities they enjoy doing. “The step challenge […]

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March Madness creates community

Crazy endings breed a great time for all   When Villanova’s Kris Jenkins’ shot went up in the air at the end of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball national championship, time stood still for a moment. Basketball fans around the nation watched the University of North Carolina’s hopes of winning a national title disappear […]

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Balancing act

Students engaged in multiple activities work with professors to succeed A great number of students are involved in numerous extracurricular activities at Malone such as sports, music or a club. While campus involvement is wonderful, participation should not come at the expense of academic performance. The juggling act that some students do to partake in […]

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Black History Month

Black History Month

Do history books really tell the whole story?   There is more to Black History Month than only recognizing civil rights leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. or activists like Malcolm X. Many African Americans were heavily involved in the formation of the United States. February is a time to recognize those significant figures in […]

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Weekend of hope

Conference championships on the line   Preparation is underway for G-MAC (Great Midwest Athletic Conference) conference championships. Men’s and women’s basketball will compete for a conference title March 2-4, and the indoor track and field teams compete Feb. 25.  After strong regular season performances from each program, athletes are ready to face the tournament. “This […]

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Music to students’ ears

Malone receives $1 million gift in support of music programs   Malone University has recently received a gift of $1 million from the estate of Ann Leech, a longtime donor with a lifelong interest in fine arts and music. Leech, who was 94 at the time of her passing on March 20, 2016, was a loyal […]

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