By Selah Yost Volume 67, No. 2 After a year that was greatly limited by COVID-19, the 2021 academic year has, in contrast, been filled with campus activities and events. From RUSH […]
By Anya Ressler Volume 67, No. 2 This year, Spiritual Formation Opportunities (SFOs) look more like normal, but they are still different than usual. In the 2020-2021 academic year, SFOs weren’t required […]
By Ariana Manos Volume 67, No. 2 Athletes have been diligently practicing and proving their efforts through early season competitions ever since the semester began. October marks the midpoint for fall sports […]
By Rigel Le Claire Volume 67, No. 1 – click to see full issue here On Oct. 4, there will be a Calling and Career Fair for all students in the Johnson […]
By Ariana Manos Volume 67, No. 1 – click to see full issue here The start of a new semester is filled with opportunities to explore! Canton offers many unique experiences and […]
By Selah Yost Volume 67, No. 1 – click to see full issue here Campus sports are underway, with sand volleyball games kicking off the intramural division. The start of the season […]
By Kate Daugherty – Issue 21, vol. 66
With finals right around the corner, studying is taking up increasing space in students’ lives.
By Seneca Ransom – Issue 21, vol. 66
Recently, an email addressing the Alumni Mentorship program for the 2021-2022 school year was sent to the Malone community.
By Tyler Kirker – Issue 21, vol. 66
If there’s one thing every college student looks forward to once they step onto college campuses their freshman year, it’s their new journey’s end.
By Ella Myrthil March is Women’s History Month and, in honor of this, Malone’s multicultural services held a menstrual products drive over the course of the month. “We really don’t realize how […]
By Kaylyn Jones It’s no surprise that in-person events are hard to come by this year, and many students are feeling the disconnect that comes as a result. Malone is an institution […]
By Seneca Ransom On three Monday nights in March, Clare Smith and Chelsea McFolling led the UNLEASH leadership cohort for Malone’s female students in the Johnson Center. The program was put on […]