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BLOG: Mentor aids intern in career path

  In the midst of internships, homework, and finishing up our public policy group projects, this Wednesday everyone in ASP and WJC got together with their ‘mentors for share your mentor’ night. This is a night when the students get to introduce their mentor to their clas mates. talk a little about what their mentors do, [...]

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BLOG: Intern takes a tasty tour of D.C.

  For the first time, three Malone students are studying in Washington, D.C. at the same time through the American Studies Program. Throughout the semester, Suzanna Bregar, senior history major; Madi Carper, junior history major; and Kaitlyn Stump, senior history major are taking turns blogging about their experiences studying in our nation’s capital. Washington, D.C. is [...]

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BLOG: MCC intern strives for peace

  For the first time, three Malone students are studying in Washington, D.C. at the same time through the American Studies Program. Throughout the semester, Suzanna Bregar, senior history major; Madi Carper, junior history major; and Kaitlyn Stump, senior history major are taking turns blogging about their experiences studying in our nation’s capital. Is peace possible? [...]

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BLOG: Weekend excursions spice up semester in D.C.

  For the first time, three Malone students are studying in Washington, D.C. at the same time through the American Studies Program. Throughout the semester, Suzanna Bregar, senior history major; Madi Carper, junior history major; and Kaitlyn Stump, senior history major are taking turns blogging about their experiences studying in our nation’s capital. During the week, [...]

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BLOG: Junior interns at Air and Space museum

  For the first time, three Malone students are studying in Washington, D.C. at the same time through the American Studies Program. Throughout the semester, Suzanna Bregar, senior history major; Madi Carper, junior history major; and Kaitlyn Stump, senior history major are taking turns blogging about their experiences studying in our nation’s capital. Every Tuesday through [...]

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BLOG: History students get settled in D.C.

  We’re adding a special feature this semester! For the first time, three of our students are studying in Washington, D.C. at the same time through the American Studies Program. Throughout the semester, Suzanna Bregar, senior history major; Madi Carper, junior history major; and Kaitlyn Stump, senior history major will be taking turns blogging about their [...]

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BLOG: Returning Aviso staff faces new challenges

  I’m sitting in a frigid, air-conditioned Emma’s, looking out at a muggy day. It’s somewhere in the 70s Fahrenheit, but due to the humidity, even a walk from Heritage to the Barn leaves me feeling like I need a shower. School is definitely back in session. Some major changes have occurred for The Aviso [...]

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BLOG: Returning editor looks forward to growth and change

  It is almost unbelievable that this time last year, I was just learning the responsibilities of working as editor-in-chief for The Aviso. The last editor, Sam Shaffer, had just handed down the reins. And now it has been a full year, my second year on staff, and I have another year as editor-in-chief to look forward [...]

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BLOG: Our time here is valuable and precious

  On your mark, get set and go! My imaginary starting gun goes off like it does in a race and I speed through my day as if I were racing in the national championship meet. If you have ever seen me on campus, you will know exactly what I am talking about. I speed [...]

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BLOG: Learning and growth comes for Aviso staff member

  If someone told me in high school that I would be writing for my college student newspaper, I don’t think I would have believed them.   Not because it didn’t interest me, but because I didn’t feel like I had enough experience to write at that level. There were roughly 40 people in my graduating [...]

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