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…