RES HALLLIFE GROUPS

By Seneca Ransom As many Malone students have seen there is a new type of life group being advertised all over campus. These life groups were added a bit quickly as a new structure at the end of last semester. The life groups are quickly gaining attention as they are attended by students living in…

What is the SSWJF Anway?

By Kelsey Taylor On Friday, Feb. 8, 2019, students from Malone had a unique opportunity to attend the 15th Annual Sport Sales Workshop and Job Fair. They were accompanied by more than 100 other participants from a variety of universities for a one-day training and recruiting event focused on sport ticket sales. Following their arrival…

Behind the Scenes: Life as an RA

Ashlyn Doudna Before spring break, Resident Assistant confirmation and denial letters were sent out and have confirmed who will be next year’s Resident Assistants. All residents of Malone are sure to know a friendly face down the hall who gives them toilet paper and hosts fun events in the lounge, but how did they became…

Everett C. Cattell Library to be Renovated for Next Semester

Carter Hartong The Everett C. Cattell Library will undergo $2.5 million renovations–starting this summer–in partnership with Sol Harris Day and the Timken Foundation. The renovations are made possible by a $1.2 million gift from the Timken Foundation and will see the Center for Student Success, as well as a 24-hour study lounge become apart of…

Black Student Union Sparks ‘Raw’ Discussions

By Tyler Howell Last semester, a small group of men paid a visit to the business office with one concern: there were not enough activities for them on campus. With only two official events completed, the Black Student Union has generated discussions and activities for dozens of students, regardless of their skin color. Shaun Cooper,…

Cheerleaders Struggle to adapt to loss of Football Program

By Taylor Bernard Students and faculty learned that Malone would be losing the football program only a few weeks ago. The football players, coaches, and staff that contributed to the program felt an enormous loss, and they were not the only ones. The decision will have a lasting impact on cheerleading, which is a club…

Policies, Petitions, and Publicity

Written by Megan Raines Reported by Alyssa Crowley Policies are important to how any organization, company, or University works. Without policies the structure of how we run Malone University would be flimsy. Recently many of the faculty and students are getting familiar with the Inclement Weather Policy. This policy is about how Malone handles delays…

Spring Break Fun

By Daleen Cowgar This year for spring break, there are several fun trips planned for students. One of those is the Arizona-Mexico Service Learning Trip. Anne Schrock, Melody Scott, and Melody Rodriguez will be leading a group of students to the border between Mexico and Arizona. “Our motivation behind the trip is mostly about narratives,”…