“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…

How to Get Involved on Campus and Why You Should

By: Megan Raines   Classes have been in session for a few weeks, professors are getting to know their students, freshmen are still finding their way, and a lot of the extra curricular activities are already in motion. But do not worry if you missed Rush, Malone’s clubs and organizations showcase; it is not too…

It’s Not Where You Start. It’s Where You Finish

By: Abigail Hughes   Each fall, Malone welcomes a new class of students. They come to Malone from different parts of the the United States and other countries as well. All first-year stu-dents coming to Malone start off with one thing in common: they are all taking a step into a new chapter of life….

Malone’s Newest R.D. in Blossom Hall

By: Michelle Lori This year, Malone welcomes the newest R.D., Sarah Gregory to Blossom Hall. “She’s a woman with a genuine interest and love for her job and for her students,” says Rebecca “Bex” Weaver, the R.A. of Blossom 1 North and a senior marketing major. In her short time at Malone, Gregory has impacted…

Theatre at Malone to Perform a Showcase of Stage Combat

By: Alyssa Crowley   As part of theatre at Malone’s fall season, a production featuring staged scenes of combat will be performed Oct. 10-13 at 8 p.m. The stage in Founders Hall has not hosted a production like this since 2010, when alumnus Brad Eick—a senior at the time—showcased En Garde, a production of fight…

Veterans Day is More Than just Celebrating a Day Off

By Keara Corby Saturday, Nov. 11th, is a day to remember those who have served us. We like to appreciate those that served in World War I and World War II, in Korea, in Vietnam, and elsewhere. We want to be considerate of others who are students or a part of our staff and faculty…