STUDENT ACTIVITIES COUNCIL REIMAGINES HOMECOMING

By Bekah Stranger In October 2019, under the dimmed lights of East Campus Center, students gathered in tight clusters on quilts and fleece blankets. The light from a vintage-style popcorn machine shone in the back of the room, and a steady line waited patiently to receive their free snacks. Disney’s Aladdin played on the double…

AVI: BEHIND THE SCENES WITH COVID-19

By Jillian Kirkham With COVID-19 taking the world by storm things have had to drastically change. Social distancing, wearing masks and proper sanitization are among the important tasks required by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, to remain safe. This is more prevalent in…

HONORS PROGRAM BEGINS A NEW CHAPTER

By Kate Daughtery As the new school year begins, the Malone University Honors Program is experiencing some changes to the program layout and looking ahead to expanding the Honors Program’s offerings. In 2016, Dr. Steve Jensen, chair of the Department of English, and Dr. Kathryn Huisinga, chair of the Department of Natural Sciences, assumed the…

NEW SEASON? FLU SEASON.

By Abigail LaRoy If you woke up this morning with a scratch in your throat or had to blow your nose one too many times, chances are you aren’t alone. Flu season is here and college students are especially at risk. Although college students are typically young and have stronger immune systems compared to children…

BLACK HISTORY MONTH

By Seneca Ransom This past month was February which means it was Black History Month. A month where people look back and reflect on the many accomplishments and cultural values that the African American community adds to not just to the Malone campus but to the world. Malone students, especially those that are African American…

JESUS CHRIST IS LORD

By Michael Garwood 1 Corinthians 1:18 says, “For the word of the cross is folly to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.” To a world perishing under the curse of sin, trusting in a man put to death for claiming to be God’s son…

CHECKING OUT THE LIBRARY RENOVATIONS

By Tori Rodgers The campus library has been going through some changes in these last few months; it’s been impossible not to notice the things thrown out of the second floor window into a dumpster, the construction noise above your head, or the signs that announce the temporary closing of the second and third floors….

SERVICE LEARNING TRIPS

By Abby Laroy Did you know that you don’t need to be a missionary to travel the country and serve Jesus? This is a common misconception amongst people who aspire to share the gospel universally, but fear they lack the qualifications to do so. However, Malone University offers an opportunity to do just that. Service…

SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS’ INSPIRING COMEBACK

By Tori Rodgers Men and women of the swimming and diving team competed February 12th-15th in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference / Mountain East Conference Swimming & Diving Championships in a high energy week of back to back meets. Malone, as a part of the GMAC, instituted this joint conference with the MEC three years…