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Q&A with professor of psychology David Entwistle

  David Entwistle, professor of psychology, earned his undergraduate degree in psychology at Taylor University and his masters and doctorate in clinical psychology at Biola University. He is in his 19th year of teaching at Malone. Aviso: How did you get here? Entwistle: This is a long story; I’ll give you the short version. I [...]

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WATCH: ‘Spelling Bee’ brings the audience to the stage

Students are scrambling to make last-minute adjustments in order to perfect “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”, a musical opening on October 31.  Each night, four audience members will randomly be chosen to participate onstage with the characters. Watch below to find out more!    Emily Cowen is the video editor for The Aviso [...]

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BLOG: Intern takes a tasty tour of D.C.

  For the first time, three Malone students are studying in Washington, D.C. at the same time through the American Studies Program. Throughout the semester, Suzanna Bregar, senior history major; Madi Carper, junior history major; and Kaitlyn Stump, senior history major are taking turns blogging about their experiences studying in our nation’s capital. Washington, D.C. is [...]

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Pioneer Focus: Hannah Campbell

  Pedigree: This week’s Pioneer Focus goes to freshman cross country runner Hannah Campbell. Hannah finished 1st overall in the Disney Cross Country Classic on October 10th. In addition to her performance in Orlando, she also led the Pioneers to a first place finish in the All-Ohio Collegiate Championships on October 3rd with a time [...]

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Men’s cross country sets sights on nationals

  The men’s cross country team is not currently in the top 25 teams in the nation for Division II, according to the USA Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. However, qualifying for the national cross country meet in Louisville, Kentucky later this year is not out of reach for coach Jack Hazen [...]

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BLOG: MCC intern strives for peace

  For the first time, three Malone students are studying in Washington, D.C. at the same time through the American Studies Program. Throughout the semester, Suzanna Bregar, senior history major; Madi Carper, junior history major; and Kaitlyn Stump, senior history major are taking turns blogging about their experiences studying in our nation’s capital. Is peace possible? [...]

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Major requires international students to ‘study abroad’ again

  Students in the global and international studies major are required to study abroad, including international students. GIS is a secondary major, meaning students must have an additional major. The goal of the major is to get students “thinking more globally about the major [they are] in,” said Jack Harris, director of the Center for Cross-Cultural [...]

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Pioneer Focus: Garrison Myles

  Pedigree: This week’s Pioneer Focus goes to senior golfer Garrison Myles. Myles is a senior from Centerburg, Ohio and was elected due to his previous accomplishments. He led Malone to a second-place finish amongst 14 teams in the GLIAC north invitation hosted by Grand Valley State University. Myles earned individual honors as well, tallying [...]

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WATCH: Students disclose true passions

This is a continuation of an Aviso AVW 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: If money weren’t an issue, what would be your dream [...]

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BLOG: Weekend excursions spice up semester in D.C.

  For the first time, three Malone students are studying in Washington, D.C. at the same time through the American Studies Program. Throughout the semester, Suzanna Bregar, senior history major; Madi Carper, junior history major; and Kaitlyn Stump, senior history major are taking turns blogging about their experiences studying in our nation’s capital. During the week, [...]

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