Earlier this summer, the Pioneers athletics program was granted approval to become a part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Div. II. The switch is a four-year process that will start […]
Interim President Wilbert Friesen wants students “to take risks and try things they never have” during this year. Managing Editor Christina Graw sat down with Friesen to discuss his vision and plan […]
By 9:00 p.m. on school nights, the Johnson Center is usually pretty quiet. But on just the second day of classes, students converged on the Johnson Center Memorial Chapel—and it was […]
“Little Bee” by Chris Cleave is the story of two women whose lives intersect and are changed forever. Sarah, a middle aged British magazine editor, and her husband Andrew meet Little Bee, […]
Davenport (MI) University visited the Pioneers women’s soccer team on Wednesday, September 8 and achieved victory with a final score of 2-0. Davenport was on the offensive early as both of their […]
WATCH: Aviso AVW reporter Abigael Synder interviewed several students to give advice for freshmen. Upperclassmen students gave some helpful tips on what they think about: Where is a good place to go […]
Now that she has been able to overcome her MDD Houk said, “I realized I needed to be more educated about on my illness so I could be an advocate for myself and others.”
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.