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Q&A with assistant professor of business and leadership Michele Williams

  Michele Williams, assistant professor of business and leadership, began as a student at Malone in 1988, studying business and communication arts. She has been employed here since 1993. Williams earned her MBA from Malone as part of the program’s first graduating class and received her Ph.D. from Kent State University in 2012. Aviso: What [...]

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BLOG: Interns wrap up semester in D.C.

  My internship has ended and there are only two weeks left of classes before my semester in Washington, D.C. comes to a close. In my final week of interning at Mennonite Central Committee, I was able to hear President Obama’s executive actionregarding immigration. This is something that MCC’s office has been advocating for all [...]

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NaNoWriMo inspires student novelists

  National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is an world-wide writing event which takes place every November. This year, several students and staff members took up the challenge. Michael Felcyn, technical support specialist, worked on a novel he is calling The Wayward Prince. “Basically the idea is how far down a path can a person go before [...]

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OPINION: Thanksgiving, past and present

With the holiday season now in full swing, most of us are probably still recovering from Thanksgiving feasts, but that doesn’t mean we should stop being thankful. We asked some faculty members and students to share about Thanksgiving and what they are grateful for; we hope these stories will inspire thankfulness and reflection even beyond the [...]

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Pioneer Focus: Neil Gingerich

  Pedigree: This week’s Pioneer Focus goes to sophomore basketball player Neil Gingerich. Gingerich led the way for Malone to capture the first win of the season.  Neil shot an impressive 70 percent (7-10) from the field and grabbed 5 boards in the 91-69 victory over Silver Lake University. Get to know the junior from Millersberg, [...]

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BLOG: Student finds discount advantages in tourist city

  Being a student in Washington, D.C. has a lot of advantages. With all of the free museums and student discounts, a little bit of planning can make the D.C. experience amazing. Like the Cleveland Orchestra Student Advantage Program, the Kennedy Center has a student program, where there are discounted tickets for students and free concerts [...]

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GLIAC tournament not enough for women’s basketball

  Expectations are high this year for Pioneer women’s basketball. Last year’s team clinched a playoff berth and finished in an impressive second in the GLIAC tournament. This year, they want more than just to play in the post season. In order for them to finish first, many factors must be addressed. Last season The [...]

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Q&A with instructor of English Randi Pahlau

  Randi Pahlau started teaching at Malone in 1989 while she was still studying for her master’s degree at Kent State University. She has been part of the Language and Literature department for 25 years. Aviso: Tell me a little bit about your educational background. Pahlau: I got all my education at Kent State University, [...]

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WATCH: Prankers reveal secrets involving pee, t-rex, and underwear

  Pranks are common expression of love and affection among friends living the dorm life.  Watch below to see students recount their hilarious experiences. Emily Cowen is the video editor for The Aviso AVW.

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AVI Fresh strives for student-centered innovation

  The recent removal of chicken fingers isn’t the only change ha ppening in Malone’s dining services. AVI Fresh hopes to make every dining experience enjoyable for students. “Every semester we want to improve upon last semester,” said Chris Wisbey, director of AVI Fresh. “Every school year we want to do something cool and new [...]

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