By Rigel Le Claire Volume 67, No. 1 On Oct. 4, there will be a Calling and Career Fair for all students in the Johnson Center from 4:30-7:30 p.m. This event will […]
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By Ariana Manos Volume 67, No. 1 The start of a new semester is filled with opportunities to explore! Canton offers many unique experiences and puts on events monthly. First Friday, a […]
By Selah Yost Volume 67, No. 1 Campus sports are underway, with sand volleyball games kicking off the intramural division. The start of the season was on Sept. 12 at Weis Park […]
By Kate Daugherty – Issue 21, vol. 66
With finals right around the corner, studying is taking up increasing space in students’ lives.
By Seneca Ransom – Issue 21, vol. 66
Recently, an email addressing the Alumni Mentorship program for the 2021-2022 school year was sent to the Malone community.
By Tyler Kirker – Issue 21, vol. 66
If there’s one thing every college student looks forward to once they step onto college campuses their freshman year, it’s their new journey’s end.
By Ella Myrthil March is Women’s History Month and, in honor of this, Malone’s multicultural services held a menstrual products drive over the course of the month. “We really don’t realize how […]
By Kaylyn Jones It’s no surprise that in-person events are hard to come by this year, and many students are feeling the disconnect that comes as a result. Malone is an institution […]
By Seneca Ransom On three Monday nights in March, Clare Smith and Chelsea McFolling led the UNLEASH leadership cohort for Malone’s female students in the Johnson Center. The program was put on […]
By Tyler Kirker March 24, 2021, marked the end of the Penny Wars: a hard-fought battle between students in different dorms and commuters, which began on March 17. The winners were declared […]
By Coralee Hochstedler For many, 2020 was not a time of inspiration. Among its hardships, a statewide lockdown made for an atmosphere of fear, lethargy and general fatigue; survival became the bare […]
By Ella Myrthil Many students aren’t aware that every residential student has $35 to spend each semester at the on-campus cafes. It’s true — and the money is stored right on the […]