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Heritage Week pushes students to burst ‘Malone Bubble’

  “He has shown you, O man, what is good. And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” Micah 6:8 is the theme verse for this year’s Faith Formation Week – also called “Heritage Week.” Spiritual life directors Stephen Nzishura, senior [...]

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Student journeys down Mississippi River

  Counting in at mile 1,526 as of  Oct. 16, Jon Detweiler has canoed with only a few supplies and his cousin Ben all the way from the Sugar Creek, Ohio area to Jackson, Miss. The ultimate goal is to end up in the Gulf of Mexico. Detweiler took a semester off to do the [...]

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King’s hiring marks big step forward for university

  On behalf of the rest of the Aviso AVW staff, I would like to congratulate Dr. David King on recently being named the next president of Malone University. The decision-making process leading up to the event was a long one, but it seems to have been well worth the wait. Dr. King comes to [...]

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WATCH: New Pioneer mascot arouses varied student reaction

Pioneer athletics recently introduced new mascot “JW Scout” at the homecoming game’s 52-10 loss to NAIA #1 St. Xavier (IL) University on Oct. 8. The appearance of the mascot was made to precisely match the logo the Pioneer athletics department inherited three years ago when Malone became a university. Alongside “spirit character” Maxamoose, the new [...]

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Over the Rhine’s Detweiler shares stories behind favorite songs

  Over the Rhine released their first full-length record in 1991. They’ve since shared the stage with Bob Dylan, Ani DiFranco, My Morning Jacket and many others. Their latest album, The Long Surrender, features production from Grammy winner Joe Henry and a duet with Americana legend Lucinda Williams. Now 20 years later, Malone alumni Karin [...]

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Thrice pushes sound to next stage

  Thrice has done it again. Album after album, Thrice adds to their long and successful legacy of originality and diversity. The only predictable thing about Major/Minor, their eighth full length release, is the movement it achieves. As is consistent with Thrice of late, this album neglects popular trends that are overproduced and unoriginal. When [...]

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Men’s soccer team one win away from postseason play

  Scoring goals, defending nets and playing as a unit is what gave the Pioneer men’s soccer team a winning start to their season this fall. There is no doubt that the Pioneer men’s soccer team has been working hard this season as they currently stand at 8-7 on the year. But the Pioneers still [...]

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Women’s soccer battles through challenging season

  After a challenging start to the season, the Pioneer women’s soccer team heads are held high as they enter the end of their fall 2011 season. It would be an understatement to say that Pioneer athletics have struggled from the move this year to NCAA Division II. From a 3-11 record, the team has [...]

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King named next president of Malone

  Dr. David A. King has been selected by the Board of Trustees to become the next president of Malone University according to a press release. King will assume duties beginning in January, taking over for Interim President Dr. Will Friesen. The announcement comes over one and a half years after former president Dr. Gary [...]

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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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