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Athletes use performance to enhance mood

  Student athletes have some of the busiest schedules on any campus.  On top of their sports, athletes still have classes to attend, school work to finish and jobs to work. Their hectic, busy lives usually leave them with very few hours to relax and relieve the stress that builds up over the weeks. Many [...]

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Symposium displays student scholarly research

  Final touches on research projects are being made as students prepare to present their work at the 2014 research symposium on Saturday April 12th from 12 p.m. until 2 p.m. Students from all majors and disciplines are participating in sharing their research with fellow students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. David Hahn, associate [...]

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Supporting local eateries helps support the community

  Is your stomach growling for some good eats?  Take a break from studying and pick from Canton’s vast selection of locally-owned restaurants! Canton is home to over 150 different local restaurants and eateries to choose from.  There are many different types of food from all over the world to test your taste buds.  The [...]

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Q&A with content manager for publications Amber Balash

  Amber Balash works for university relations and is the content manager for Malone’s website and magazine. Get to know this alumna. Aviso: Where did you grow up? Balash: I grew up close to here in Springfield, Ohio. Aviso: Where did you attend college? Balash: I actually attended Malone, and I graduated in 2000 with [...]

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WATCH: Budget cuts stir up mixed opinions

  This is an installment of a new Aviso video feature: the cafeteria survey! From time to time we will be posted outside the cafeteria with a question for students,  always with the aim of better understanding the Malone community as a whole.  This week’s question is: What do you think about the recent budget cut situation? [...]

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Pioneer Focus: Taylore Baker

  Pedigree: This week’s Pioneer Focus goes to senior pitcher Taylore Baker.  Baker recently had a three-hit shutout to lead the Pioneers to a 1-0 victory over Walsh.  Baker struck out five and walked just two over seven innings in the game.  Baker is ranked second on the team in innings pitched with 48 and [...]

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OPINION: Students embody #MUpositivity

  In keeping with the #MUpositivity trend that has recently circulated on social media, we asked some students to offer positive feedback about Malone. Here’s what they said: “During my four years at Malone, I have really felt that the staff and professors that I’ve had have intentionally tried to connect with me, along with [...]

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WATCH: Men’s basketball shines on court

  Did you miss out on the best moments of the men’s basketball season? Not to worry—you can watch them all right here! Cory Veldhuizen is a contributing video producer for The Aviso AVW.

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Steel Magnolias returns for theatre’s 50th anniversary

  Laced with southern sass and spines of steel, it’s a celebration 50 years in the making. The Theatre Department will present Steel Magnolias April 8-12 at 8:00 p.m. in the performing arts hall as part of the 50th anniversary celebration of theatre at Malone. “Every show is about the celebration,” said Tammie McKenzie, director of theater [...]

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Nontraditional students bring diversity and experience to campus

  More and more people in the later stages of life are returning to the classroom. Nontraditional students are on the rise. “It’s a common thing for the university to get any aged students back looking for degrees,” said Bob Sampsel, admissions counselor. “I try and help people come back to school and get their [...]

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