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Coach Jack Hazen was recently honored to participate in the Olympics.  (Photo provided by Jack Hazen)

legendary coach hazen returns from the olympics

  Legendary coach Jack Hazen can add one more accomplishment to his already distinguished resume: distance coach for the 2012 London Olympics. Hazen, who has coached several world championships for cross country and track and field, was hand-picked the USA Track and Field Association as a coach for the Olympics. Though the athletes each had […]

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Chapel (Photo by Kaitie Fox)

changes to chapel promote spiritual formation

  Everyone knows that this fall Malone is implementing a different chapel schedule. But how much is really known about these changes? Why were they made? Who established the new schedule? And how will it affect the students at Malone? Linda Leon, Malone’s Director of Spiritual Formation, had a lot to say about the changes […]

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Safe Space is a welcoming group on campus. The group fosters an unassuming environment that allows people to connect. (Photo by Kaitie Fox)

Safe Space works toward establishment on campus

  Just a year ago, the idea of the Malone-based Safe Space group was only starting to take root. Entering the new academic year, Safe Space President and senior psychology major Samuel Taylor reflects on the group’s progress. “This is really a family here,” he says. According to the group’s Facebook page, Safe Space exists […]

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Students remember. (Photo by Kaitie Fox)

Freshmen recall 9/11 reactions

  Today marks the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the former twin towers in New York City. This momentous disaster took its toll on the country, and we remember it with each passing year. The new freshmen were merely in second grade at the time of the crisis. Some offered their […]

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CREATIVE ROOM BLERG (Photo by Kaitie Fox)

Cramped spaces become creative solutions: Contest

  It’s a common problem amongst college students—a small amount of space and too much stuff meant for it—and now it is your chance to show your fellow students what you do about this problem! Living in a resident hall means many things—learning how to live with a roommate, making new friends, and finding places […]

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Sam Taylor... (Photo by Vision Video and Photography of Cleveland, Ohio)

Through the eyes of a Malone student…who just happens to be gay

  I was disheartened – but not surprised – while perusing college survey websites last year. On a particular website, student’s thoughts and opinions are gathered on the colleges and universities that they have attended. One response from a former student struck a chord. The student had this to say about Malone: “…the whole atmosphere […]

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Jackie Schwamberger sets

Pioneer Focus: Jackie Schwamberger

  PEDIGREE: In our first issue of the new academic year the honor of being the first Pioneer Focus athlete of the week goes to senior setter Jackie Schwamberger for her leadership and remarkable play over the last three years for Pioneer volleyball. Over the last three seasons Schwamberger has certainly left a mark on […]

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Pioneers prepare to tackle difficult GLIAC

  School is in session, the leaves are turning, and those hot, summer days of training are officially over; which can only mean it’s time to begin a fresh, new autumn season of Pioneer athletics. And what greater way to begin a new fall season than by entering into the new NCAA Division II Great […]

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BLOG: Welcome to the 2012-13 edition of Aviso AVW

  As you are starting to get back into the routine of waking up early for classes, as a staff, we would like to welcome you back for the 2012-13 school year. We are very excited for the new year, and the changes that are coming to Aviso AVW. Last year we added AVW to […]

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Aviso named finalist for ACP Online Pacemaker

  The Aviso AVW has been named a finalist for the Associated Collegiate Press’s (ACP) 2012 Online Pacemaker award in the online-only category. As a finalist, The Aviso finds itself in the company of publications from much larger schools such as Northwestern University, Temple University and the Savannah College of Art & Design. The Online […]

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