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Katie Boor is knitting scarves to raise money for her Service Learning Trip (photo by Kelsey Garrett)

From scarves to spaghetti dinners

It is no secret that service learning trips can be expensive, but students are using creative methods to raise the necessary funds. Katie Boor, sophomore Bible and theology and psychology double major, is participating in the service learning trip to Canton. The team, led by Anne Schrock, will partner with Lighthouse Ministries. Boor is making […]

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Student Spotlight: Maggie Houston

Maggie Houston, junior chemistry-pre-med major, is the co-director of the student activities council. Houston enjoys watching Ohio State Football with her grandfather, but she is not a fan of the NFL. She may watch professional baseball, but only after her phone reminds her of the game. Between SAC, studies and the honor’s program, Houston manages […]

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Dr. Grimo directed the Air force band during his military career (Photo courtesy of Dr. Grimo)

Remembering veterans

After teaching as a public school band director, Dr. Steven Grimo, associate professor of music, decided to use his talents to serve his country. His role, which was unlike the typical combat military role, allowed him to direct military bands around the United States as well as around the world. There are many veterans in […]

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Malone Opera Theater taking a bow after their performance (photo courtesy of Malone opera Theater)

Club Feature: Malone Opera Theatre

Malone Opera Theatre (M.O.T.) is a group of talented individuals who perform a theatric piece every semester. M.O.T. began under the direction of Cynthia Wohlschlager in 2013 with the performance of “The Marriage of Figaro.” M.O.T. also performed “Operas vs. Musicals” and “Into the Woods” in the 2014-2015 academic year. “Myths, Monsters, Fairies and Fantasy” […]

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More than fish: Other aquatic animals reside on campus

  Fully aquatic pets are permitted in campus residence halls, and most students with a pet have fish. There are other, possibly more interesting pets found as well. Rebecca Yourko, senior communication arts major, keeps an axolotl in her room. Axolotls are fully aquatic Mexican salamanders. Yourko acquired her unique creature from another resident who […]

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AVI Foodsystems serving meals to students (Photo by Kelsey Garrett)

What’s for dinner

  Counting calories, sodium or fat grams can be important for students hoping to maintain a healthy diet. Monitoring the nutrition of food can be a challenge anywhere, and students can experience the struggle when eating at Malone. Variety of foods is not the problem. AVI Foodsystems provides three complete meals a day from up […]

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Past Aviso Staff. From left to right, Adam Klemann, Michael Garwood, Linda Leon and Chris Abrams (Photo by Kelsey Garrett)

Aviso discovers legacy in staff and faculty

  The Aviso has been around since 1958, and it features a rich history of student involvement. Several current faculty members are part of its legacy. Linda Leon, director of spiritual formation, began her involvement as a business manager in a time when The Aviso used to have subscriptions from local businesses and Malone graduates. […]

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Senate meets every Wednesday at 9 p.m. in the Brehme Conference Center.

Senate Notebook: Oct. 7 and 14, 2015

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. Intentional prayer begins each week at 8:30 p.m. Guests are welcome to attend both activities. The library currently closes for community worship, but Senate […]

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Jake Bohr is a Junior Social work major and resident Assistant in Haviland 3 ( Photo by Alicia Meyer).

Student Spotlight: Jake Bohrer

  Jake Bohrer, junior social work major with a minor in youth ministry, is a resident assistant in Haviland Hall. Jake is known also for his ability to travel on a budget and post about it on Instagram. He may be a twin, but he is definitely his own person. Get to know him here […]

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Take back the night from domestic abuse

Domestic abuse is a real problem, and the annual Take Back the Night will once again attempt to increase student awareness of the issue. The event will be held October 20 at 7 p.m. in the Johnson Center Dining Room. “The topic for this year is bystander training, which specifically pertains to students because anyone […]

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