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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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Spring Break Option 2

Campus during break

Students experience campus differently when remaining on campus during spring break   Spring Break is around the corner and several students will stay on campus due to travel circumstances, internship/student teaching obligations and athletic commitments. Spring Break, which is from March 6- 10, is a time for students to get away, to relax and refresh […]

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Osborne Decorations

Osborne Hall receives facelift

New banners part of campus development plan By Andrea Humes Built in 1960, Osborne Hall is a longstanding structure on campus. In 2012, the gymnasium floor was re-surfaced, but the outside had yet to be updated. Campus maintenance has been working diligently this semester to provide the exterior of Osborne Hall with a facelift. New […]

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1000 point

In the history books

Graves and Goddard reach athletic milestone By Rob Elder It is not every day that an athlete reaches 1,000 points for their collegiate career, let alone two athletes in a single season. Christian Graves and Rachel Goddard, both senior guards on the men’s and women’s basketball teams respectively, scored their 1,000 point as Pioneers within […]

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Service Learning

Students ready to serve

Service-learning trips include diverse locations   Service learning trips have been a part of Malone for over 12 years as part of the center for cross-cultural engagement. At the program’s inception, professors would decide to take trips to different areas and students would come with them. Then, about 10 years ago, Malone decided to reorient […]

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Intramural interests

Program changers schedule to increase participation   In past years intramural sports have been rather limited during the second semester at Malone. Students could either catch the end of volleyball or basketball after it. Students who look forward to intramurals are left with few opportunities to participate as the school year winds down to a […]

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Chocolate Fountain

Network expansion opportunity

Chocolate fountain networking event connects students and alumni   Malone Young Alumni’s annual Chocolate Fountain Networking Event is scheduled for Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. in the Brehme Conference Center. All students are welcome to attend and are encouraged to bring their resumes for informal critiques. Alumni from various programs will be on hand to […]

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