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Ohio’s spring swing

Students enjoy season change despite weather challenges   It is that time of year. Outside the air is fresh, trees are in bloom and the squirrels have multiplied. It is spring. Spring fever at Malone consists of a plethora of different things. There is the ever-present urge to skip class to be outside, spring sports […]

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Life after graduation

Students face change and seek comfort in life after Malone   Malone’s graduation is approaching quickly, and some students are feeling the pressure of that day arriving. Finishing required credits, passing exams and looking for jobs can all be overwhelming for a senior student. Students are figuring out if they want to stay in Canton […]

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The path to Pioneer Park

Plans for new athletic facility in development   Malone has created a vision for a brand new athletic facility. This new facility, collectively known as Pioneer Park, will be located next to U.S. 62 where Malone’s current soccer field and football practice field are located. The Park will consist of three brand new turf fields, […]

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Ring by Spring- Courtesy of Jake Bohrer

Ring by spring

How to navigate engagements and friendship before graduation   It is not uncommon for last-semester seniors to get engaged the spring before graduation. Getting one’s ring by spring is a familiar practice at Malone, but it goes beyond marriage and is closely linked to all relationships, including friendships. Addressing the topic can be daunting, as […]

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Same faith, different culture

Students integrate and apply faith and learning in Guatemala   The Guatemala service learning trip returned to Malone on March 12. They served with missionaries Tim and Doris Spurrier at the Shalom hospital, as well as at a government-run hospital in the Paten region of Guatemala. “I saw two hospitals there, one of which was […]

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Airband- Courtesy of Brittany Miller

Lip-sync and laser tag

Exciting weekend planned for students   With only five weekends left, the spring semester is coming to a close. It is the time of year where most students are ready for summer weather and a break from studies. The weekend of March 31, however, promises to be a special one for Malone students. On Friday, […]

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Advocacy Day

Social work Advocacy Day

Students gain hands-on experience in Columbus   On March 30, junior social work majors will be attending a conference in Columbus, Ohio to discuss concerns in social work in America. The trip will be led by Jane Hoyt-Oliver, professor of social work and chair in the department of psychology. Going to Advocacy Day is part […]

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Young and promising

Baseball team hopes to find success from young players and experienced leaders   There are a lot of changes happening for the Malone baseball team this season. After graduating 12 seniors last year, the team recruited 14 young and talented freshmen for the 2017 baseball season. Some may look at this and be worried, but […]

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Make a difference with Make-a-Wish

SAAC raises funds in competition with other G-MAC schools   This year the Malone University SAAC is asking students to participate in donating money to the Make-a-Wish foundation. There are many reasons why the Make-a-Wish foundation is something that the SAAC is supporting. “SAAC stands for the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, and it’s an organization […]

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Noises Off- Courtesy of Isaac Brenneman

Laughter and sardines

Play-within-a-play drives spring theater production   Michael Frayn’s “Noises Off” takes center stage at Malone’s theater in Founders Hall April 5-8. “Noises Off” features a play-within-a-play and reveals the hilarious realities of what happens when a production does not go as planned, both onstage and behind-the-scenes. The internal show, “Nothing On,” offers attendees a unique […]

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