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New Classes Coming to Campus in 2020

Jack Guardiola and Joe Lister

February 16, 2020

The first new class is one that was listed in last year’s course catalogue, but will be run for the first time in the upcoming year. “From a social studies perspective, you’ll see African-American History promoted ag...

“Spamalot” musical results in teamwork, laughter

Gavin Canzanese

March 13, 2018

Malvern Theatre Society members and Malvern’s community are pleased with the performance.     On Friday night of closing weekend, junior Bryce Murray sat in the computer lab, waiting for his shift of pushing out the c...

Teachers and administrators remember opening of Duffy Center after 10 years

Joe Lister

January 31, 2018

Ten years ago, the Duffy Arts Center opened its doors to Malvern Prep, creating a gateway to an increase of popularity for the arts. Fr. James Flynn remembers a lot from ten years ago, when construction was finished on the Duffy Arts Center. A...

Ranking the best movie soundtracks

Sean Oates

January 31, 2018

Does 18 years of watching movies qualify this reviewer to create rankings of the top five films with the best soundtracks? Sure. A film has to have quality acting, set design, and plot to be considered a good movie. But what can take a...

Bowls change to cups in tenth year of ceramics fundraiser

Sean Oates

December 20, 2017

This January, one of Malvern’s most notable events is coming back with a new look. Since December 2008, thousands of student-made pots have filled the Duffy Center gallery for the annual Empty Bowls fundraiser. However, the e...

“Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812” an interactive, memorable experience

Aidan White

April 28, 2017

Malvern gave me the amazing chance to experience one of the highest rated shows currently running on Broadway. This March, Malvern’s spring Broadway trip went to see “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812.” All stu...

“Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812” an interactive, memorable experience

Aidan White

April 28, 2017

Malvern gave me the amazing chance to experience one of the highest rated shows currently running on Broadway. This March, Malvern’s spring Broadway trip went to see “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812.” All ...

Recent Malvern substitute teacher showcases work at Ceramic Innovations Exhibit

John McGlinn

April 28, 2017

Malvern substitute art teacher Mr. Matthew Courtney joined artists from all over the world in the Ceramics Innovations Art Exhibit at The Wayne Art Center. During the month of April, the Wayne Art Center featured two shows– Ceramic Innovations...

Desmond Papariello ’18 signs with Garuda Music

Dan King

March 1, 2017

From DJing at homecoming to playing drums, Papariello is Malvern’s music man. Junior Desmond Papariello has loved music his entire life, but he never thought that one day he would have his songs on Spotify or make money from ...

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