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Animals escape from Malone’s zoo

  Animals from Malone’s zoo escaped in the morning on March 31. Spiritual Formation staff members were the first to discover the escape when they spotted a donkey in the Barn around 8 a.m. The Zoo Crew quickly tracked down and rescued all of the escaped animals. “Twenty three animals escaped, but we have recovered [...]

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Senate Notebook: March 31

  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. Guests are welcome to attend. Today is election day. You can vote for your favorite candidates in the Great Hall or on Malone [...]

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OPINION: Give the squirrels a home!

  I’m sure by now you know of the problem. The poor things, running around day and night, rain, snow, or wind, nowhere to go, little to eat. No place to call home. The squirrels of Malone’s campus need homes, and we need to do something about it. If you spend any time at all [...]

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Shocking news revealed to unsuspecting students

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. We asked students for their opinions on Malone’s major changes for the upcoming [...]

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Q&A with professor of philosophy Shawn Floyd

  Dr. Shawn Floyd has been teaching at Malone since 1999. He got his undergraduate and masters degrees from Baylor University and earned a Ph.D. from St. Louis University. Aviso: Why did you decide to pursue philosophy? Floyd: Actually, the reason why I got into philosophy was as a result of pursuing certain theological questions, [...]

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Get a job with these tips

  It is finally spring again. The snow is melting (except for a few springtime flurries), birds are coming back, flowers are blooming—and graduation is approaching. For some, it may be a bit scary to enter the real world and get a job or search for an internship. We have some tips on improving interview [...]

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Malone Opera & Theatre journey “Into the Woods”

Malone’s Opera Theatre is collaborating with the theatre department for the performance of Into the Woods. This is the first time that these two departments have collaborated. Into the Woodsis a musical about both life issues and the brothers Grimm fairy tales. It combines serious moral questions with entertaining fairy tales that tend to be [...]

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Senate Notebook: March 16

  The next campus blood drive will be on March 25. Applications for Senate positions are currently in Student Development. They are due March 27. Elections will be on March 31. A commuter student would like a more private and quite study space than the commuter lounge offers. Director Matt May will try to reserve [...]

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Heritage shares door to door wisdom

Door to Door is a new video segment in which a different dorm will be featured each month. The Residence Director of the building picks a question which the dorm’s loyal inhabitants must answer. Heritage is the featured dorm for March! Watch to see how the residents of Heritage Hall respond to Kat Gritter’s exciting [...]

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Q&A with Lora Wyss, professor of nursing

Dr. Lora Wyss, professor of nursing, earned her Diploma of Registered Nursing at Mercy School of Nursing in Canton. Since then, she has earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from George Mason University. She has also received her School Nurse Certificate from Ashland University and her Ph.D. in education from the University of Akron. Get [...]

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