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OPINION: Commuters and community

  There is a certain stigma that comes along with identifying yourself as a commuter on Malone University’s campus. We are not greeted with an outright disapproval from the on-campus dwellers, but there is a unique tension that is created when commuters venture into the residential domain.  Malone is often characterized by its deep sense [...]

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Q&A with Karyn Collie, assistant professor of biology

  Karyn Collie is an assistant professor of biology, specifically with the zoo and wildlife program. She also works with the animal collection and coordinates with team leaders and education team. She is also the faculty liaison of ZOOM. Aviso: Where did you grow up? Collie: Bentonville, Arkansas—the hometown of WalMart. Aviso: Why Malone? Collie: [...]

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Commuter chaos unfolds in icy weather

  Commuters’ perspectives should be heard now more than ever due to consistent snowy weather conditions.  Is the snow affecting their education in a negative way?  Do they still feel a sense of community with other students? What are the benefits of commuting as opposed to the negative aspects?   These questions are addressed by [...]

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Senate Notebook: Feb. 3

  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. Guests are welcome to attend. At the Jan. 21 meeting, three student athletes gave a presentation regarding the new athlete housing policy. They [...]

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OPINION: Student athletes advocate for housing changes

  In 2014, the housing policy changed. Before, all students were able to live off campus once they were 22 or became seniors. Now, only non-athletes have access to this privilege. The current rule states that all athletes, regardless of age or status, must live on campus (unless they live within 50 miles of campus) [...]

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Pioneer Focus: Rachel Goddard

  Pedigree: This week’s Pioneer Focus goes to sophomore Rachel Goddard, a guard for Malone’s basketball team, who recently led the Tiffin game by 17 points. Get to know the guard from Wadsworth, Oh. . . High School: Wadsworth High School Major: Psychology Q: What brought you to Malone? A: I think the Christian aspect of Malone, but [...]

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Diverse opinions on SFOs emerge

  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 month’s question is: What do you think about having to attend [...]

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Q&A with Ann Lawson, instructor of communication arts

Ann Lawson, instructor of communication arts, received a bachelor of science in business at Geneva College. She also studied at Youngstown State University for her MBA. She taught part time at Stark State College and The University of Akron before beginning at Malone full time. Aviso: Where did you grow up? Lawson: I am from [...]

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Students will backpack on the beach this spring

  Imagine a quiet beach, the gentle rolling of the waves and wild horses running freely.  A morning hike brought your group here, and everyone will spend the night right on the beach. This is precisely the scene eleven Malone students will find themselves experiencing during spring break. Tanya Hershberger, leader of the outdoor club, [...]

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Blossom 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. Blossom Hall is 2015′s first featured dorm! Stacy Utecht, the Residence Director for the building, shares her passion and asks [...]

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