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Honor’s program director steps down

  After 15 years of directing Malone’s honors program, Dr. Diane Chambers, professor of English and director of the honor’s program, is stepping down. When Chambers accepted the role, the program was only one year old. She did not apply for the job but was “begged and badgered and harassed,” finally agreeing to take it […]

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2015 Spiritual Formation Staff (Photo Courtesy of Linda Leon).

Office of Spiritual Formation facing staff changes

  The Office of Spiritual Formation is undergoing several changes in staffing. Rachel Hunka, former administrator of life groups, left the office as of Christmas break, and Liz Hehman, program director, will depart sometime this semester. Programming should not be affected by the staff changes. One of Hunka’s responsibilities was managing life groups, and Tonya […]

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Youth on The Way: Leadership Academy Grant allows Malone to start summer theology camp

Starting this summer, Malone will host a new summer camp for high school students entering 10-12th grade looking to intentionally focus on their calling within Christian leadership. This camp, called Youth on The Way Leadership Academy, is possible through a generous grant of $291,974 from The Lilly Endowment. Suzanne Nicholson, associate professor of biblical studies, […]

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Senate meets every Wednesday at 9 p.m. in the Brehme Conference Center.

Senate Notebook: Nov. 4, 2015

Senate Notebook is a regular news feature with the goal to keep students up to date on Student Senate. Senate meets every Wednesday at 9 p.m. in the Brehme Conference Center. Intentional prayer begins each week at 8:30 p.m. Guests are welcome to attend both activities. The second floor of the library is being renovated […]

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The 2015 women's soccer team (Photo courtesy of Malone Athletics)

Women’s soccer shocks the GLIAC

The women’s soccer team started out with nowhere to go but up. The Pioneers were picked dead last in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) preseason coach’s poll. The coaches had reason to be skeptical of the Pioneers this season. In 2014 the Pioneers only had three wins. The team was not exactly oozing […]

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2015 Cross Country team (photo courtesy of Malone Athletics)

Cross country back in a familiar place

  The men’s cross country team and Hannah Campbell qualified for the NCAA Division II National Championships after their regional performances. The men’s team qualified by placing 4th out of 29 teams at the Midwest Regional in Evansville, Indiana.  Sophomore Hannah Campbell qualified by finishing 9th as an individual along with being the top placer […]

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Campaign for the future: University looks to raise $25 million

  Malone is beginning a capital campaign to raise $25 million over five years to enhance the student experience. The funds will create new programs, provide scholarships and cover operational expenses. These needs go beyond the standard budget.   The campaign began in fall 2014 when Gonser Gerber, a leading fundraising consultant, conducted a campus […]

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Security affected by recent shootings

  Malone has reevaluated its security and made significant changes over the past several years as a result of numerous school shootings around the nation. These changes have included installing more security cameras, introducing 911 Shield and increasing the motility of campus security staff. Twelve years ago, Malone only had eight security cameras with the […]

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Library Glass appeared cracked one day on the South side of the Library (Photo by Kelsey Garrett).

Mystery of the cracked window

What broke the library’s window? A crazed squirrel? A bandit? An odd temperature change? Speculation has run rampant, but Rebecca Fort, director of library services, has the answer. Fort said a mower caused the break after running over a rock and causing it to hit and crack the window. The physical plant may make that […]

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Green initiatives save $45,000

Installation of new energy saving endeavors has begun across campus. The physical plant is upgrading buildings around campus to provide light and temperature with greater energy efficiency. In an effort to lower energy consumption, which will lower the school’s overall electric bill, buildings all over campus are being installed with new heating, ventilation and cooling […]

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