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Devotional: Gratitude

Every once in a while, I pull out a gratitude journal at my house and leave it on our kitchen counter. When it’s there, my kids, husband and I will jot down things we are thankful for, from one-word answers to sentence-long thoughts. Interesting things land on those pages, from “a nice bike repair guy” […]

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Jake Bohr is a Junior Social work major and resident Assistant in Haviland 3 ( Photo by Alicia Meyer).

Student Spotlight: Jake Bohrer

  Jake Bohrer, junior social work major with a minor in youth ministry, is a resident assistant in Haviland Hall. Jake is known also for his ability to travel on a budget and post about it on Instagram. He may be a twin, but he is definitely his own person. Get to know him here […]

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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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Take back the night from domestic abuse

Domestic abuse is a real problem, and the annual Take Back the Night will once again attempt to increase student awareness of the issue. The event will be held October 20 at 7 p.m. in the Johnson Center Dining Room. “The topic for this year is bystander training, which specifically pertains to students because anyone […]

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Club Feature: APO

Alpha Psi Omega (APO) is the theater honorary society. It is open to anyone interested in all aspects of theater, either onstage or backstage and provides an opportunity to connect students with similar interests. Tammie McKenzie serves as the faculty advisor for APO, and Marisa Lolli serves as the president. Lolli, senior intervention specialist and […]

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HVAC systems cut down the amount of energy to cool a building (Stock Photo).

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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Club Feature: Psych Club

Psych Club is an organization designed for undergraduate psychology majors and minors, but all are welcome to join. Psych club strives to strengthen the relationships between the students and their faculty while learning to integrate Christ into daily life. Club relationships span the undergraduate program and the school and clinical counseling graduate program, creating a […]

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Cafeteria Survey

Watch: Cafeteria Survey on Little Saints’ cancellation

Little Saints has been cancelled this year in order to re-evaluate the program. This decision has received a number of different responses from students who we asked the question “what do you think about this year’s cancellation of Little Saints?” Watch as students share their opinion of what they think about this year’s cancellation.   […]

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Cross country (Courtesy of malone Athletics)

Leadership breeds continued success for Cross Country

Malone’s cross country teams consistently discover success on the course. They frequently finish in the top half of the conference, and they beat division one teams along the way. A lot of that success is attributed to head coach Jack Hazen, but the success goes deeper. Student leadership is essential to the dynamic of each […]

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Coffee with a purpose: Partnership developed to provide medical supplies for children in El Salvador

Two students are selling coffee to improve the lives of children living with HIV, AIDS or cancer through a partnership with One Life One Mission Coffee. The group works with “Esperanza Y Vida,” a Spanish phrase meaning “hope and life,” to aid children in El Salvador. “Our goal of the company is to expand globally […]

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