Project: I HEAR YOU

By James Gray Jr. Lexi Betz’s Certification Tag. Photo by Trent McCune “I hear you”; a three-word phrase that brings a feeling of security, solitude, and support when coming from great company. This phrase is starting to be heard more around campus as students join a movement that supports fellow students and their mental health.  … Continue reading Project: I HEAR YOU

Open Frame Film Festival

By James Gray Jr. Student Directors Talk at the 2021 Open Frame Film Festival. Photo by Ella Myrthil This time of year brings the annual Open Frame Film Festival, hosted at the Canton Palace Theater. The festival offers a night for the Malone community to screen the films they have been creating, and is open … Continue reading Open Frame Film Festival

New President Wants to Know Students

By Cassandra Leibengood 14th President, Dr. Greg Miller. Photo Courtesy of Josh McManaway On Feb. 7, 2022, Provost Dr. Greg Miller was announced as the new president of Malone. When President Dr. David King announced his retirement in the fall 2021 semester, a lengthy selection process to find the next Malone president began. After a … Continue reading New President Wants to Know Students

New SFOs

By Esther Elliott Life Group Led by Christain Stark. Photo by Trent McCune Spiritual Formation Opportunities (SFOs) have been greatly affected by COVID-19, just like the rest of campus. Students who have attended Malone in the past couple of years have seen the changing SFO protocols, including times when SFOs were optional. Since the school … Continue reading New SFOs

Multicultural Scavenger Hunt

By Rigel Le Claire El Campesino Mexican Restaurant. Photo by Micah Gregory The Center for Intercultural Studies is offering a unique opportunity that all students can participate in: a multicultural scavenger hunt where they are reimbursed for their purchases. This initiative is meant to broaden students’ horizons and to help them make connections with the … Continue reading Multicultural Scavenger Hunt