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Cater to you

New faces with AVI bring fresh, student-focused perspective Beth Gotter took over the AVI resident director position at Malone this semester. Gotter comes to Canton from Hiram College’s AVI program. Gotter now oversees all the food services on campus, including the Hoover Dining Commons, Froggy’s and Regula Café and catering. Gotter said she is ready […]

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C’s (do not) get nursing degrees

Students and professors comment on nursing program’s structure   Nursing majors are often perceived as some of the busiest and most stressed college students. All students experience stress, but it appears that nurses are the ones usually expected to be locked in their rooms studying all day. Because of the heavy workload and program expectations, […]

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Learning, challenge and fun

Students take on honors academic challenge Malone honors students hosted an honors academic challenge as a fundraising event at GlenOak High School Oct. 13. Students and professors came together to raise funds for student scholarships through academic challenges. The challenge included trivia questions to test every guest’s knowledge on a variety of subjects, such as […]

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Oksoberfest 2016 is celebrated by students using a root beer keg. (Photo courtesy of Kelsey Garrett).

Kegs to community

Ok-Sober-Fest carries on Malone traditions Student Senate hosted its first ever Ok-Sober-Fest Oct. 14 at East campus. At the event, students were engaged with a number of free activities including a root beer keg, caramel apples, a bonfire, dancing and corn hole. Chris Johnson, freshman class president, was looking to create an event that provided […]

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2016 Womens Basketball

MU at the Q

Women’s basketball plays on NBA stage It is not often that colleges have the opportunity to play on the same court as NBA superstars LeBron James and Kyrie Irving. The Malone pioneers have the unique opportunity to do just that, and it is up to the Malone community to come and support the team. Malone’s […]

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(Photo Courtesy of Kelsey Garrett)

The past is calling

Phone-a-thon connections create funds and memories Malone’s phone-a-thon offers students an opportunity to speak with alumni and raise money for the Malone fund. In this paid position, student workers contact graduates of at least two years in order to update records, listen to personal stories and ask for donations to the Malone fund. “[The phone-a-thon] […]

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Networking at its finest

Malone hosts career and graduate fairs Malone is providing networking opportunities for students on campus with the upcoming career fair and graduate fair. The career fair will take place Oct. 25 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Johnson Center Dining Room and feature 35 local businesses, organizations and schools ready to meet with […]

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Sidewalk chalk mystery

Sidewalk chalk art has almost magically appeared on the paths leading to Mitchell Hall over the past several weeks. The drawings include beautiful detail and shading, but the artist has yet to sign his or her name to the project. Mystery solved, Malone. Jordan Melvin, freshman biology major, has drawn each image on the sidewalk […]

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Office of Spiritual Formation interns, Juliana Cole, junior nursing major, and Emily Mattioli, sophomore creative writing major, come together to form a blog to promote community (photo by Kelsey Garrett).

Blogs and beliefs

Students unite to express and question beliefs Juliana Cole and Emily Mattioli, both interns in the office of spiritual formation, recently created a blog for students to express their faith in different ways and connect with others through that expression. The blog is open to all students to share their own expression of their faith. […]

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Clowns on campus?

  Students gathered on campus on the evening of Oct. 3 after the alleged sighting of a clown on campus. Photos and videos of a clown on Malone’s campus were shared on the StuffMaloneKidsLike Twitter account. The posts showed the clown in the quad and near DeVol Hall on campus. Students formed “clown hunting” groups […]

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