Black Student Union Sparks ‘Raw’ Discussions

By Tyler Howell Last semester, a small group of men paid a visit to the business office with one concern: there were not enough activities for them on campus. With only two official events completed, the Black Student Union has generated discussions and activities for dozens of students, regardless of their skin color. Shaun Cooper,…

Cheerleaders Struggle to adapt to loss of Football Program

By Taylor Bernard Students and faculty learned that Malone would be losing the football program only a few weeks ago. The football players, coaches, and staff that contributed to the program felt an enormous loss, and they were not the only ones. The decision will have a lasting impact on cheerleading, which is a club…

Policies, Petitions, and Publicity

Written by Megan Raines Reported by Alyssa Crowley Policies are important to how any organization, company, or University works. Without policies the structure of how we run Malone University would be flimsy. Recently many of the faculty and students are getting familiar with the Inclement Weather Policy. This policy is about how Malone handles delays…

Spring Break Fun

By Daleen Cowgar This year for spring break, there are several fun trips planned for students. One of those is the Arizona-Mexico Service Learning Trip. Anne Schrock, Melody Scott, and Melody Rodriguez will be leading a group of students to the border between Mexico and Arizona. “Our motivation behind the trip is mostly about narratives,”…

Speaker Presents Research on LGBTQI+ Students’ Christian College Experiences

by Alyssa Crowley The campus welcomed guest speaker Dr. Mark Yarhouse on Thursday, Feb. 7th. Yarhouse is Professor of Psychology at Regent University and the executive director of the university’s Institute for the Study of Sexual Identity. This event was initiated by the university’s Generative Questions Task Force, as its members continue to bring LGBTQI+-related…

“A Step Forward for Avian Conservation Studies: MOTUS at the BCC”

Written By: Ashlyn Doudna Malone University is, among many other attributes, a university that never stops finding new ways to grow. The Herbert W. Foundation has granted Malone with the funds to bring Malone University’s Marine Biology students down to south Florida for work-field and research experience. One of the main points this community wants…

RSVP- An Encouragement to Student Creativity

Photo By: Grace Rhoads Student work will be displayed only twice in a gallery on Malone University’s campus in the 2019 spring semester. Once will be the senior exhibit and the other will be the RSVP exhibit. The RSVP project is a unique exchange program between student artists and writers that encourages a creative response…

Everything Malone Students Need To Know About Jubilee

By Makayla Smith Spring is an exciting time for Malone University. Baseball season officially starts, new theatre productions are in the works and Malone’s infamous Nike Airband has begun rehearsals. Amongst all of these exciting new seasons, students and faculty are especially stoked for the return of Jubilee this semester. February 22-24, 2019 is the…

Valentines Day Traditions Continue on Campus

Photo By: Ellen Doyle Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, which brings about many mixed emotions for students around campus. As the day approaches, stores fill up with heart shaped candy and stuffed animals to give to those special individuals. Kids buy packs of valentines cards to hand out to their class-mates and friends…