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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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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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Storytelling meets programming to create student-made video game

  Students in the creative writing and computer science departments are teaming up to create brand new video games as part of their coursework. “I was interested in taking the fiction class and branching it out beyond just literary fiction,” said John Estes, assistant professor of English and director of creative writing. “I was trying [...]

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Senate Notebook: Oct. 2

  Senate Notebook is a regular news feature with the goal to keep students up to date on what Student Senate is up to. Senate meets every Wednesday at 9 p.m. in the Brehme Conference Center. Guests are welcome to attend.  Chris Wisbey spoke to Senate on Sept. 24. He said AVI is still working [...]

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3D printer creates learning, connections

  The Fine Arts Department recently acquired a 3D printer through Li Hertzi, a resident artist at Malone. The printer utilizes Blender, a computer program that makes 3D animation and small, plastic creations with the printer. Students use coordinates to create an object, or they can start with a blank sphere. Students can stretch and indent [...]

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John Thompson, astronomy professor, deceased

  John Thompson, July 24, 1944 – September 20, 2014 John Thompson, adjunct professor, passed away on Sept. 20. Thompson taught at Malone for 25 years. He taught many classes, including intermediate algebra, physical science survey, astronomy, earth science and environmental geology. He was most well-known for his astronomy class. He was an animal lover [...]

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Q&A with professor of history Jacci Stuckey Welling

  Jacci Stuckey Welling is a professor of history who specializes in Asian History. She is a Malone graduate and was named the 2014 Alumna of the Year. Aviso: What brought you to Malone? Welling: I first found out about Malone when my father came to teach here; he was a professor here for 30 [...]

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Senate Notebook: Sept. 18

  Senate Notebook is a regular news feature with the goal to keep students up to date on what Student Senate is up to. Senate meets every Wednesday at 9 p.m. in the Brehme Conference Center. Guests are welcome to attend.  Student Senate is now accepting applications for open positions. Applications are due Oct. 1. Elections [...]

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BLOG: History students get settled in D.C.

  We’re adding a special feature this semester! For the first time, three of our 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 will be taking turns blogging about their [...]

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