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Band director scheduled to leave midsemester

  The end of the month will bring with it the official departure of Professor Cynthia Bridges, band director and professor of upper level music education classes. She made the announcement to students at band camp near the end of August. Chair of the Music Department, Dr. David Donelson, said the announcement came at a [...]

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Pastor Randy hosts new cancer support group

  A cancer support group hosted by University Chaplain Randy Heckert will be starting on campus on Tuesday, Oct. 4. The support group will enable those who have experienced cancer in their lives to share their stories in addition to providing information to those interested in learning more. “[Heckert] expressed interest in starting a group [...]

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Local trails provide scenic setting for biking, hiking

  As the leaves begin to fall and the weather cools down a bit, it can be depressing to think about being stuck inside all winter listening to lectures and working on papers. There’s still time to get out and enjoy the beauty of autumn, though, and a great way to do that is by [...]

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Campus should reach out to marginalized

  People are dying. People are being verbally assaulted. People are being mentally battered. People are being spiritually worn out. Our mission at Malone University is Christ’s Kingdom First. How do we react in a situation where we see these things happening? How is it that we are to address these issues as our Lord [...]

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Professor composes “intimate” collection of poems

  “It’s hard to guess where that pride of poets comes from, when so often they’re put to shame by the disclosure of their frailty.” Those words spoken by Polish writer Czeslaw Milosz resonate with Malone’s local poet, professor of language and literature Dr. John Estes. Estes published his collection of poetry, titled Kingdom Come, [...]

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Classic film pops out for big screen return

  Can you feel the love tonight? The original version of The Lion King is a classic film. It won two Academy Awards and a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture—Musical or Comedy. It has remained the highest grossing hand drawn animation film in history. The Lion King is one of those productions that has [...]

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Volleyball endures taxing five-set loss to rival Walsh

  They were on the cusp of victory. One set away from snapping cross-town rival Walsh University’s perfect 12-0 start and pulling off a huge upset.  Just mere points away…but they couldn’t do it. Unfortunately, when the Pioneers visited undefeated Walsh last Thursday night, Sept. 29, they came up just short, suffering a tough five-set [...]

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Student seeks to create Safe Space on campus

  Last Tuesday flyers were placed on the tables of the cafeteria representing Safe Space, but claiming to have no affiliation with the university. As quickly as they were placed they were taken down and thrown away at the request of Student Development. Vice President of Student Development Chris Abrams said there are two reasons [...]

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WATCH: Woolman, Barclay dominate at Davenport Derby

  Aviso AVW reports from the 2011 Davenport Derby, which took place on Thursday, Sept.  22. Woolman Hall won the women’s division and was named best-in-show, while Middle Barclay won the men’s division and brought home the coveted Golden Couch. The event featured couches from residence halls across campus. Abigail Snyder is a reporter for Aviso [...]

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Pastor Randy shares about battle with cancer

  Pastor Randy Heckert, university chaplain, returned to campus this semester ready to continue ministry for this new academic year after battling stage 2A of esophageal cancer. “It has been a like a breath of fresh air,” Heckert said about returning to campus. “That was one of the hardest things, to be away from students.” [...]

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