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Sax Man comes to Malone, seeks funding

  For 20 years, Maurice Reedus Jr. has shared his alto saxophone talent with the Cleveland community. Reedus is considered to be a part of the downtown experience and has gained the attention and respect of local Clevelanders. Reedus was inspired to play his saxophone by his father, a Grammy-winning musician. He turned down many [...]

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Pioneer Focus: Ryan Roush

  Pedigree: This week’s Pioneer Focus goes to junior cross country runner Ryan Roush, who finished third recently at Southern Indiana University Regional Preview and helped the Pioneers finish second out of a field of nine teams. Roush ran a time of 24:31 to finish third out of 118 runners in the men’s 8K race. Roush’s [...]

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Christianity & Culture strikes a chord with students

  ‘Engaging’ and ‘exciting’ are among a few ways to describe a new spiritual formation opportunity, Christianity in Culture. This opportunity has the highest attendance level of the “Friday 4” SFOs, averaging out to 125 students each week. Christianity in Culture allows those in attendance to interact with one another and have their viewpoints heard. [...]

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Q&A with resident director Chris Arney

  Chris Arney is the resident director of DeVol Hall. He graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University two years ago and was previously an RD at Waynesburg University. Aviso: What brought you to Malone? Arney: I went to Indiana Wesleyan University, which is in the central-northern part of Indiana, and I was an RA there for [...]

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Haviland shares door to door wisdom

Door to Door is a new video segment in which a different dorm will be featured each month. The Residence Director of the building picks a question which the dorm’s loyal inhabitants must answer. Haviland is November’s featured dorm, and its residents have taken on a question created by the bearded Ryan Palmer.  Watch below [...]

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BLOG: Intern reaches beyond tourism to community

  Many people are familiar with the government buildings, the museums, and the national monuments in the nation’s capital. These are the things which draw countless tourists each year and reach millions more on the nightly news. Being in the city for the semester, I have come to realize what it means to live in [...]

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Education majors partner in preschool pilot program

  Early childhood education majors have the opportunity to work on a pilot academic initiative for preschoolers in partnership with Plain Township Parks. The pilot program will take place Nov. 10 through Nov. 14. Participating students will create activities and lesson plans for 3- to 5-year-olds. The theme is “Fall in Love with Science.” Students [...]

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Pioneer Focus: Anna Hays

  Pedigree: This week’s Pioneer Focus goes to senior volleyball player, Anna Hays. Hays recently won GLIAC player of the week in the south division, having averaged 4.29 kills per set and .403 attack percentage in the team’s wins over Lake Erie College and Ashland. Hays has been one of the key factors in the [...]

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Senate Notebook: Oct. 30

  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. Senate welcomed newly elected members at the Oct. 22 meeting. New members include: Gage [...]

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WATCH: Little Saints is a treat for all

Woolman, Whittier, and Fox Halls held Little Saints for the children of faculty and staff members on Sunday, October 26. Each hall went all out with crazy props and costumes in order to bring a sweet taste of trick-or-treating to the kids. Emily Cowen is the video producer for The Aviso AVW.  

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