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What not to do on student visit days

  You were all there at one time in your college career—touring colleges and universities, looking for the perfect place that gave you that home away from home feeling. Some schools may have given you the chills the minute you set foot on campus with the students staring you down as if you walked out of [...]

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Native son: Sanctus Real rocker recalls roots

  “He kicked my butt and whipped me into shape,” 2004 Malone alumnus Dan Gartley said. He was referring to musician Mark Townsend who taught a few of Gartley’s classes in the commercial music technology program. Gartley said that Townsend, who headed up dc Talk’s backing band, Zilch, approached him as a sophomore or junior [...]

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Father chronicles son’s visions

  Have you ever wondered what heaven is like? Very few people can say that they have been to heaven and back or even seen a glimpse into heaven. However, Colton Burpo was able to go there and gradually told his parents what he saw. Heaven is for Real, a non-fiction book, was written by Todd [...]

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Lack of postseason play alters Pioneer athletes’ mindset

  The color of the fall leaves are slowly starting to change and so are Pioneer athletics. The start of this year marks the Pioneers’ continued progress toward becoming a NCAA Division II program from an NAIA program. Being in the second year of this four year process has major implications on Pioneer athletics, however, [...]

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Pioneers achieve stunning upset victory over Divison II Tiffin University in double overtime time, 40-34

  The Pioneers began their 2011 campaign with a stunning 40-34 overtime thriller against Division II Tiffin University at Fawcett Stadium on Thursday night. Trailing 27-20 after a fumble near the Pioneer’s end zone, Malone was forced to fight back. With less than a minute remaining in regulation junior running back Emil Chambliss tied the [...]

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Welcome to the 2011 edition of Aviso AVW

  As classes are beginning once again and the summer draws to a close, I’d like to take the opportunity to welcome students back for what is sure to be a great year. With all the changes in the air here at Aviso AVW, we’re certainly excited about what’s in store for the 2011-12 school [...]

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Make your mark on Aviso AVW with Logo Design Contest

  In the coming weeks, students will have a chance to design the new logo for Aviso AVW as part of the Logo Design Contest. The site logo is something we’ll be using for quite some time, and like Aviso AVW itself, we feel it’s something that should reflect the creativity and skills of Malone [...]

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Forensics wraps up successful year

A chart is hanging on the wall in Ann Lawson’s office. It has a list of names on one side. On the other side are 11 columns—one for each tournament the forensics team competed at this year. The chart is full of circles that have been drawn with a red marker. Each represents a trophy [...]

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Outstanding faculty and staff recognized for 2011

Faculty and Staff members were recognized and commemorated during the annual Celebrating Excellence Chapel on March 30. The chapel, led by Celia King, served to award employees for their outstanding involvement throughout academic the year. Provost Don Tucker presented the Outstanding Employee of the Year awards for both administrative and staff employees. Charlie Grimes, director [...]

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“Alone University” prankers remain unidentified

“To prank or not to prank?” is the question when it comes to some people’s idea of college fun.  How far is too far and where is the line between a prank and vandalism?  College campuses across the country struggle with students’ pranking and joking that can often lead to hundreds if not thousands of [...]

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