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Club Feature: Enactus

Enactus is a global organization where students practice what they are learning in class for local or global companies. The group does fundraising, event planning, grant writing and other entrepreneurial actions. In the past the Malone chapter has helped with the Ugly Christmas Sweater Jamboree, Hobnob Chocolate Fountain Event and local businesses like Pettiti’s garden. […]

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Honor’s program director steps down

  After 15 years of directing Malone’s honors program, Dr. Diane Chambers, professor of English and director of the honor’s program, is stepping down. When Chambers accepted the role, the program was only one year old. She did not apply for the job but was “begged and badgered and harassed,” finally agreeing to take it […]

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Malone Art students at a local attraction (Photo Courtesy of Mariah Zachardy).

Club Feature: Art Club

Are you interested in art and looking for a way to get connected? Art club may be for you. The art club’s goal is to raise money to use to do fun things together. Past events include hosting art sales, planning trips to First Friday in downtown Canton and selling t-shirts. The club has also […]

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Nursing Student listening to a student (Photo by Kelsey Garrett)

Club Feature: Nurses Christian Fellowship

Nurses Christian Fellowship (NCF) is a nationwide organization that operates under InterVarsity. Malone’s chapter is one of the biggest in the region as of last year. NCF aims to provide nurses with the ability to connect their faith with other nurses and their practice. Meetings are Mondays at 10:05 a.m. in RH 208, and those […]

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Graduates wait to receive their diplomas (Photo courtesy of Alumni Relations)

Success after graduation

A common fear among college students is not being able to find a job after college. An even greater concern can be failing to find a job related to a student’s major upon graduation. Meaningful jobs are possible though, and many alumni find themselves using their education in exciting careers. Antonio Turner was an exercise […]

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Student Spotlight: Emily Sommers

Emily Sommers, junior nursing major, spent ten days of Christmas break in Haiti. The team of seven students, including four Malone nursing students, served with Hearts United with Haiti to assist in providing medical care. Emily earned the nickname “Baby Catcher” during the trip, and read below to find out why! Aviso: Why did you […]

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Head coach part of football’s new beginnings

Fred Thomas was named the new head coach of Malone’s football team Jan. 9, and he takes over the position left vacant when Coach Eric Hehman was hired by Olivet Nazarene University. Thomas has previously served as the safeties and special teams coach for the Pioneers. With coaching experience at Walsh University, Youngstown State University, […]

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Youth on The Way: Leadership Academy Grant allows Malone to start summer theology camp

Starting this summer, Malone will host a new summer camp for high school students entering 10-12th grade looking to intentionally focus on their calling within Christian leadership. This camp, called Youth on The Way Leadership Academy, is possible through a generous grant of $291,974 from The Lilly Endowment. Suzanne Nicholson, associate professor of biblical studies, […]

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Accountability, Fitness, and Community

This semester, the Bible and theology department and Wellness Council are offering opportunities for students and faculty to come together for fitness initiatives. These initiatives provide a system of support, accountability and fun for those who hope to focus on fitness in 2016. Bill Quigley, assistant professor of youth ministries, began an accountability group in […]

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Senate meets every Wednesday at 9 p.m. in the Brehme Conference Center.

Senate Notebook: Nov. 4, 2015

Senate Notebook is a regular news feature with the goal to keep students up to date on Student Senate. Senate meets every Wednesday at 9 p.m. in the Brehme Conference Center. Intentional prayer begins each week at 8:30 p.m. Guests are welcome to attend both activities. The second floor of the library is being renovated […]

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