When I began my journey as a college student, the experience meant leaving home, venturing out on my own and creating memories with new friends. Education and academics played a large role […]
There seem to be more and more Christians who have been able to perform their art in the mainstream circuit. By mainstream, I just mean that their music is played for a […]
The last three years at Malone I have been encouraged to think, question and learn. Many new ideas have been presented to me. One of these new ideas was pacifism. For a […]
Think of your favorite floor activity. Now imagine that the location where that activity has always taken place has been destroyed. You are determined to carry on this beloved tradition, but there […]
A friend recently told me that some comments concerning Islam, 9/11 and a Koran burning day on a Facebook status really troubled her. Rather than proceed with misinformation, she decided to read […]
Students and faculty may have noticed empty newsstands on campus replaced with red balloons and fliers about a website called http://www.theaviso.org. When some of you saw this you were probably disappointed to […]
I have to wonder, what makes something “revolutionary”? Great movements for civil rights, wars fought for freedom, and perfected ideas throughout history have been described in such a way. Webster describes revolutionary […]
Equality Ride came to Malone in hopes that they could share their stories—an opportunity for Malone students to hear the struggles of an LGBT person rather than just reading about them.
The complexity of this topic does not lend itself well to a brief newspaper-style article. The constraints of this format may have been one of the factors that led to some of our comments being taken out of context.
Putting the article on the back page communicates to our cheerleaders that all of their hard work, dedication, and achievements were barely newsworthy.
Sometimes when we talk about our faith and about the way we are trying to reach people who aren’t Christians, we aren’t talking about things in a very adequate way.
Recently I’ve spent a lot of time feeling like something was wrong with me—fundamentally wrong. I felt like I was broken, or like I was a square peg in a world of […]