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Pastor battles cancer

     Earlier this summer, Campus Pastor Randy Heckert was undergoing a routine procedure at the doctor’s  office when two masses were discovered in his esophagus. A few weeks later, Pastor Randy was diagnosed with stage 2A esophageal cancer.  Esophageal cancer is broken down into four different stages, each having their own characteristics,  sublevels and […]

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Woman gives "gift of compassion" to others experiencing MDD

Now that she has been able to overcome her MDD Houk said, “I realized I needed to be more educated about on my illness so I could be an advocate for myself and others.”

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Lacrosse team formed

Sparked by the interest of senior youth sports ministry major Ryan Farr and junior community health education major Matt DiPietro, the lacrosse team is enjoying its first season of existence this semester.

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Soulforce equality ride visits campus

“This is one of the biggest issues of our generation and I believe as a Christian University, we are supposed to fully engage ourselves instead of acting like we are better than homosexuals when we ourselves need to be revived back to God.”

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Concert benefits quadriplegic who plans to scale Machu Pichu

Friday, Apr. 16 students and alumni bands: Great Seal, The Ron Kent Band, Steven Eric Berkenkemper, and Shaw’s Landing performed for fellow student and quadriplegic Brian Ziegler; who plans to climb Machu Picchu in South America in order to raise money and awareness for a children sponsorship program, Compassion International.

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Survivor: Malone brings reality TV to campus

It had been 18 hours in the cold, wet, windy weather as everyone sat in the warmth of Heritage lounge to hear host David Garwood say these words: “and the winner of Survivor Malone and the $100.00 prize is…Roger Berning!” Starting at 6:00 Saturday morning, 10 contestants; Darrick Willis, Roger Berning, Michael Garwood, Chrissy Wilthew, […]

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Joe Peters: More than a student

Senior communications major Joseph Peters is a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, a rapper, , the founder of Black Men United and the leader in yards per carry in the history of Malone football. At the age of five, Joe was already taking lessons in Tae Kwon Do and by the age of twelve […]

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Archives collect more than dust

Who would have known that hearing stories about the archives of John Hopkins University would have sparked laughter from an audience? Jim Stimpert spoke to an audience on the importance of the role of being an archivist. He will also speak at Walsh and Mount Union. “Archives are not dusty,” Stimpert said. “They are windows […]

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