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Enactus aids local business women

Malone’s chapter of Enactus is getting involved with the community. Enactus is a international organization that focuses on entrepreneurship and action. It was created on college campuses to get students into hands on learning, putting what they learn in the classroom into reality.  “We say its a business club, but it’s really not,” said Heather [...]

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Senate Notebook: Feb. 17

  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. To help faculty investigate the integrity of students in online classes, Senate will send out a survey to [...]

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Panelists encourage mirroring Christ in issues of racial injustice

  Discrimination is a thing of the past in America, right? Speakers at the panel discussion “Race and the Justice System” sponsored by Multicultural Services would argue quite differently. Racial tensions have a long history in the United States, and they are by no means removed from society. People need look no further than the Ferguson [...]

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Singing Valentines Serenade the Soul

  Students in the University Chorale serenade surprised individuals on and off campus on Valentine’s Day weekend every year. This fun tradition gives the Chorale a unique way to share Christ’s love with the community while raising funds for outreach and tours. Emily Cowen is the video editor for The Aviso AVW.

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Q&A with Karyn Collie, assistant professor of biology

  Karyn Collie is an assistant professor of biology, specifically with the zoo and wildlife program. She also works with the animal collection and coordinates with team leaders and education team. She is also the faculty liaison of ZOOM. Aviso: Where did you grow up? Collie: Bentonville, Arkansas—the hometown of WalMart. Aviso: Why Malone? Collie: [...]

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Senate Notebook: Feb. 3

  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. At the Jan. 21 meeting, three student athletes gave a presentation regarding the new athlete housing policy. They [...]

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Q&A with Ann Lawson, instructor of communication arts

Ann Lawson, instructor of communication arts, received a bachelor of science in business at Geneva College. She also studied at Youngstown State University for her MBA. She taught part time at Stark State College and The University of Akron before beginning at Malone full time. Aviso: Where did you grow up? Lawson: I am from [...]

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Q&A with assistant professor of business and leadership Michele Williams

  Michele Williams, assistant professor of business and leadership, began as a student at Malone in 1988, studying business and communication arts. She has been employed here since 1993. Williams earned her MBA from Malone as part of the program’s first graduating class and received her Ph.D. from Kent State University in 2012. Aviso: What [...]

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NaNoWriMo inspires student novelists

  National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is an world-wide writing event which takes place every November. This year, several students and staff members took up the challenge. Michael Felcyn, technical support specialist, worked on a novel he is calling The Wayward Prince. “Basically the idea is how far down a path can a person go before [...]

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Q&A with instructor of English Randi Pahlau

  Randi Pahlau started teaching at Malone in 1989 while she was still studying for her master’s degree at Kent State University. She has been part of the Language and Literature department for 25 years. Aviso: Tell me a little bit about your educational background. Pahlau: I got all my education at Kent State University, [...]

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