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JC café closes after trial period

  After a three week trial, Malone and AVI Fresh jointly decided to close the Johnson Center café. After receiving concerns from students and parents that there was not enough time in between classes for select students to have a meal at the dining hall, Dr. Freisen suggested a café at the JC that would [...]

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Invisible Children urges students to ‘be the change’

  A group of representatives called “roadies” with the organization Invisible Children urged a small group of students to get involved with putting an end to the war in Northern Uganda on Sunday evening. Invisible Children is an organization founded by three men in their early 20s after seeing the need of thousands of children [...]

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Work study jobs still available

  A struggle college students often face during and after college is the ability to find a job. Recently, however, the cafeteria table tents have displayed an ad for work study jobs still available in the art department. Janet Myers, director of the student work program, said there are still jobs available on campus for [...]

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WATCH: Students compete for flat-screen TV in Minute To Win It

  The Student Activity Council hosted Minute To Win It, based on the TV game show, which took place Friday, Oct. 14.  Students competed in several different challenges in hopes of winning the grand prize, a 32″ flat-screen TV.       Samantha Shaffer is AVW producer for Aviso AVW.     Michael Garwood is a video [...]

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Male athletes march against domestic violence in women’s shoes

  Men have walked a mile in heels in Nigeria, Ireland, Canada and the US to raise awareness for domestic violence and sexual assault for ten years. This event, named Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, returned to Malone’s campus for a second year. “We thought it was a very novel idea,” Athletic Director Charlie [...]

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We’re still hungry: JC café closure leaves students without food

  As a junior Bible/theology major, I practically live in the Johnson Center. And because of its remote location—far from Froggy’s or Regula Café or the cafeteria—I frequently attend classes hungry. And I know I’m not alone. Sometimes when class lets out early or gets cancelled, I see my fellow classmates rush up the JC [...]

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Fall flick countdown: Five classic thrillers and chillers

  Watching horror and thriller movies is a great way to pass the time between now and Halloween. Below is a list of must-see classics. Do yourself a favor and watch a few. Be sure to leave feedback and share some of your favorite fall movies, horror or not. 5. The Twilight Zone (1959-1964) This [...]

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Age is just a number: 51-year-old Diana Furey races for Pioneer Cross-Country

  Many athletic departments can say that the typical athlete ranges from the ages of 18-23. But how many times can they say they have a student-athlete who is 51 years old and is making collegiate A-standard times in cross country? For 51-year-old marathon runner, mother and grandmother Diana Furey, age is just a number. [...]

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Walsh thumps Pioneers, 35-10

  With time expiring at the end of the first half against Walsh, freshman quarterback Josh McLaughlin tried to get the ball in the endzone on fourth-and-inches at the goal line. He dove forward behind the offensive line, but in a close call, officials ruled him short of the goal line, denying the Pioneers a [...]

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GALLERY: Homecoming provides momentary relief amidst midsemester stress

  The 2011 Homecoming dance was the climax to a weekend full of festivities on campus. Relive your favorite moments from the dance in the following photo gallery. All photos by Kaitie Fox and Lisa Heath. Check out a Reporter’s Blog post that takes a look at the making of this story. Kaitie Fox is photo editor [...]

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