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History as it’s happening

Students travel to Washington D.C. over fall break Malone’s history, philosophy and social sciences department will travel to Washington, D.C. Oct. 20-22 to provide networking opportunities for students interested in working in the city. Possible connections are even greater with 2016 being a presidential election year. “This is an exciting time because it’s an election […]

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Voting: a lackluster privilege

Students challenged to register to vote In November, the American people will have the opportunity to vote in the 2016 presidential election. Malone is working hard to get students engaged and more involved in this election and the voting process, even if the privilege seems less-than-thrilling. David Beer, assistant professor of political science, explained the […]

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Homecoming at a glance

Malone’s 125 year anniversary headlines celebration Homecoming this year celebrates the 125 anniversary of Malone, thus contributing to the theme: Rich Heritage; Bold Future. “The focus is on the fact that Malone has remained true to the vision of the founders,” Deb Robinson, director of alumni and parent relations, said. “[Malone] stayed true to Christianity […]

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Nursing accolades

Malone University named as a top nursing school Malone University’s nursing program was ranked as one of the top 50 schools from the Great Lakes region in the 2016 Nursing Schools Almanac. Colleges were evaluated according to student success on the NCLEX exam, the variety of nursing programs offered and the academic prestige of the […]

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Ready, set, go!

Malone 5K pump and run raises funds for Compassion child The tenth annual Malone 5K Pump n’ Run in honor of Jack Hazen will be held on Oct. 8. New this year, all event proceeds will benefit Elian, a Compassion International child sponsored by Malone’s wellness council. “Through [Compassion International] we sponsor a little boy […]

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2016 Davenport Derby

Check out this year’s Davenport Derby! The Davenport Derby is an annual event where students develop, build, and race couches for the chance to win the golden davenport trophy!   Participating Teams were… WWF Netflix and Chill (Women’s Champions) Devol Malone Fire Department (Men’s Champions) Harambe The Election Late Night is Closed Blossom Chipotle Haviland […]

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Working through life’s labyrinth

Campus addition offers meditative space This summer, Malone constructed a prayer labyrinth on campus outside Founder’s Hall as a tool for worship and prayer by the Malone community. The labyrinth was made possible through a four year grant of over $300,000, courtesy of The Lily Endowment. Suzanne Nicholson, professor of biblical studies, was a key […]

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Pride for PGB community sparks renovations

Students provide ideas and volunteer hours to update residence hall Penn, Gurney and Barclay halls (PGB) are in the process of being renovated and improved thanks to the work of Michael Husk, Jake Bohrer, Dante Raffin and Lorne Strausbaugh, all PGB resident assistants. The group collaborated to create a renovation proposal which was sent to […]

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Enrollment reaches awaited increase: New student population includes large number of student athletes

  The 2016-2017 school year brings enrollment rates that Malone has not seen in years. The new, traditional student count for 2016 was almost 400 students, a 25% increase from last year’s 300. The rise in enrollment numbers is not shocking, but instead it is a result of diligent work across campus. Tim Bryan, vice […]

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Fire in Froggy’s

Dinner preparation was disrupted Friday evening when a fire erupted in Froggy’s café just before 4 p.m. on September 16. The Brehme Centennial Center, home to Froggy’s café, was evacuated at the time of the fire. No one was injured in the incident, according to Malone AVI’s twitter account. The Canton Fire Department responded to […]

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