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Senate Notebook: April 17

  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. The visitation committee proposed a new visitation policy. The suggested changes include having all [...]

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James Glasgow chosen as Sigma Zeta President Elect

  James Glasgow, associate professor of computer science, was elected president elect of Sigma Zeta at a recent national convention in Minnesota. Glasgow first became involved with Sigma Zeta when he became a faculty member in the fall of 1998. “I was usually pretty quiet in the meetings, but two years ago I brought up [...]

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Symposium displays student scholarly research

  Final touches on research projects are being made as students prepare to present their work at the 2014 research symposium on Saturday April 12th from 12 p.m. until 2 p.m. Students from all majors and disciplines are participating in sharing their research with fellow students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. David Hahn, associate [...]

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Q&A with content manager for publications Amber Balash

  Amber Balash works for university relations and is the content manager for Malone’s website and magazine. Get to know this alumna. Aviso: Where did you grow up? Balash: I grew up close to here in Springfield, Ohio. Aviso: Where did you attend college? Balash: I actually attended Malone, and I graduated in 2000 with [...]

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Steel Magnolias returns for theatre’s 50th anniversary

  Laced with southern sass and spines of steel, it’s a celebration 50 years in the making. The Theatre Department will present Steel Magnolias April 8-12 at 8:00 p.m. in the performing arts hall as part of the 50th anniversary celebration of theatre at Malone. “Every show is about the celebration,” said Tammie McKenzie, director of theater [...]

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2013 nursing graduates ace post-grad exam

  Graduates of the 2013 nursing class passed the NCLEX with a 93.6 percent passing rate. This is significantly above the national program average for first time pass rate, which is 83.04 percent. “That was a really strong class,” said Beth Rettew, director of the BSN program and associate professor of nursing. “They were all [...]

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Senate Notebook: April 3

  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.  Senate is working on finding ways to have student input heard regarding budget cuts. [...]

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Forensics team achieves national success

  Forensic team members Rachel Criswell, freshman early childhood education major, and Alicia Meyer, freshman communication arts major, wrapped up their season by bringing home multiple national titles at the National Christian College Forensics Tournament at California Baptist University, which took place March 8 to 10. At the tournament, Criswell won first place in novice [...]

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Ukraine and Russia conflict close to home for some students

  “Someone should tell Putin he is not having it with us,” said Anna Musiyenko, a Ukrainian and a sophomore communication arts major. While the past week has become increasingly intense, the conflict in Ukraine heated up when President Viktor Yanukovych refused to sign an economic agreement with the European Union (EU). This ignored popular [...]

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Q&A with associate professor of mathematics Kyle Calderhead

  Kyle Calderhead has been an associate professor of mathematics for seven years. He was recently awarded the 2014 Distinguished Faculty Award for teaching. He has also been featured in Scientific American for integrating math with his hobby of crocheting. Read more to learn about his unique hobby and how math adds into the equation. [...]

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