Relays related to Malone

New novel closely linked to Malone   “Four by One,” a new novel by Dave Liberati, features numerous ties to Malone and is inspired by a recent Pioneer relay team. Set in Manasseh County, the story follows four women through an unusual track season that leads to even more unusual bonds. Within the plot of…

Accreditation decision

Board set to visit and review Malone   Every 10 years, a board of people certified by the United States government comes to Malone to evaluate its credibility as a higher learning institution. In the middle of this time period, every five years, this group comes back for an “assurance visit” so they can be…

The path to Pioneer Park

Plans for new athletic facility in development   Malone has created a vision for a brand new athletic facility. This new facility, collectively known as Pioneer Park, will be located next to U.S. 62 where Malone’s current soccer field and football practice field are located. The Park will consist of three brand new turf fields,…

Make a difference with Make-a-Wish

SAAC raises funds in competition with other G-MAC schools   This year the Malone University SAAC is asking students to participate in donating money to the Make-a-Wish foundation. There are many reasons why the Make-a-Wish foundation is something that the SAAC is supporting. “SAAC stands for the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, and it’s an organization…

Access denied

New website filter system on campus   This year, Malone has changed website filters from Blue Coat WebFilter, which was 10 years old, to Palo Alto Networks for both cost and functionality reasons. Students may have noticed that websites that could be accessed last semester before fall break may not be accessible currently. Palo Alto…

Beyond the bubble and into Germany

Malone professor and students participate in activities surrounding Protestant Reformation This year marks the 500 anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in Germany. Sparked in 1517 when Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses on the church door in Wittenberg, the Reformation aimed at reforming the beliefs and practices of the Roman Catholic Church. The 95 Theses…

Music to students’ ears

Malone receives $1 million gift in support of music programs   Malone University has recently received a gift of $1 million from the estate of Ann Leech, a longtime donor with a lifelong interest in fine arts and music. Leech, who was 94 at the time of her passing on March 20, 2016, was a loyal…

Immigration order calls for Christian response

University President encourages community to love their neighbor   President Donald Trump sparked controversy one week into office with a new executive order. In this piece of legislation, Trump has halted immigration for the next 120 days from seven different Muslim countries: Iran, Iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Libya, Yemen, and Syria. President Trump’s hope is to…

Life Skills Life Group

Preparing students for life after college   On Thursday, Feb. 9, the Life Skills life group was launched through a partnership between the office of spiritual formation, Student Senate and the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA). The new life group welcomes all students and takes place in the Brehme Centennial Center Conference Room, directly behind…