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…

Osborne Hall receives facelift

New banners part of campus development plan By Andrea Humes Built in 1960, Osborne Hall is a longstanding structure on campus. In 2012, the gymnasium floor was re-surfaced, but the outside had yet to be updated. Campus maintenance has been working diligently this semester to provide the exterior of Osborne Hall with a facelift. New…

In the history books

Graves and Goddard reach athletic milestone By Rob Elder It is not every day that an athlete reaches 1,000 points for their collegiate career, let alone two athletes in a single season. Christian Graves and Rachel Goddard, both senior guards on the men’s and women’s basketball teams respectively, scored their 1,000 point as Pioneers within…

Fire in Froggy’s

Dinner preparation was disrupted Friday evening when a fire erupted in Froggy’s café just before 4 p.m. on September 16. The Brehme Centennial Center, home to Froggy’s café, was evacuated at the time of the fire. No one was injured in the incident, according to Malone AVI’s twitter account. The Canton Fire Department responded to…

Opinion: Managing Transitions

Almost four years ago I (Josey) remember sitting in my first Aviso meeting. I was nervous. I was hoping I would fit in and do a great job writing. In just a few short weeks I began to be a part of the staff. I made friends and honed my skill as a writer. I…

Club Feature: Enactus

Enactus is a global organization where students practice what they are learning in class for local or global companies. The group does fundraising, event planning, grant writing and other entrepreneurial actions. In the past the Malone chapter has helped with the Ugly Christmas Sweater Jamboree, Hobnob Chocolate Fountain Event and local businesses like Pettiti’s garden….

Student Spotlight: Maggie Houston

Maggie Houston, junior chemistry-pre-med major, is the co-director of the student activities council. Houston enjoys watching Ohio State Football with her grandfather, but she is not a fan of the NFL. She may watch professional baseball, but only after her phone reminds her of the game. Between SAC, studies and the honor’s program, Houston manages…

Devotional: Gratitude

Every once in a while, I pull out a gratitude journal at my house and leave it on our kitchen counter. When it’s there, my kids, husband and I will jot down things we are thankful for, from one-word answers to sentence-long thoughts. Interesting things land on those pages, from “a nice bike repair guy”…