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Learning to lobby: Social work students set to gain experience in Columbus

The junior social work students will attend lobby day in Columbus on March 31 to meet with legislators to discuss issues currently under discussion in Ohio. The students will be going to the State House, training for two or three hours and going to the legislators’ offices. “Lobbying is informing a legislator. Legislators have lots […]

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Community Worship album in production: Original music featured in second volume

25th Street Productions is releasing a full length album available as a digital download free via Bandcamp. The exact release date is still uncertain. There might be hard copies of the CDs available for around $10 a copy. Tim Longbrake, assistant director of spiritual formation, said this has been a work-in-progress for about a year.  […]

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Embrace the madness: March Madness unites fans and non-fans

  Each March millions of fans of college basketball complete March Madness brackets and lament over unpredicted upsets and rejoice in perfect rounds. This year is no exception. Iconic performances by underdogs and the revelation of champions have shaped a love for March Madness around the nation and around campus. A new year of competition […]

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New opportunities available with Stark State

Malone University and Stark State College signed a master articulation agreement March 1 making transferring between the schools a much easier process. “What we have done with Stark-State is sit down together and look at our curriculum. We find places of overlap and design the places of overlap to make it as convenient as possible […]

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Unbounded had completed snow designs in front of Blossom Hall. (Photo courtesy of Mel Sabo)

Club Feature: Unbounded

Unbounded is Malone’s mathematics club. The club meets Mondays at 10 a.m. Melody Sabo, senior mathematics major, is the president and Dr. Calderhead, associate professor of mathematics, serves as the advisor. Though the club is all about math, it does not require a mathematics major or even a love of math to join. During the […]

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Leprechauns and legends: St. Patrick’s Day more than gold and green

Little green leprechauns are everywhere on St. Patrick’s Day, but where did the legend come from? For quite a long time some Irish have been annoyed by these leprechauns and the stereotypes they show because for most Americans these green, gold hoarding creatures appear only on St. Patrick’s Day, according to Benjamin Radford of live […]

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Presidential primary season: Politics in the “Malone Bubble” include plenty of undecideds

  It is not uncommon to hear students discuss the “Malone bubble:” a small area and small community, set apart and tucked away from the rest of the world, where an individual remains mostly concerned and preoccupied with matters related to and within this safe, tight-knit population. This is not to say those who reside […]

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Student Spotlight: Yamima Sharma

Yamima Sharma, sophomore nursing major, came to Malone after growing up as a missionary kid in Nepal. Yamima is a talented, self-taught musician, and she is incredibly skilled on the guitar, but she would never admit it. Get to know a bit of her story here before listening to her play her guitar or talk […]

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Ann Lawson and Mangal during a service learning trip. (Photo courtesy of Ann Lawson)

Devotional: Shared laughter

By Ann O. Lawson I believe laughter has the power to connect us. I’ll run into someone and perhaps can’t remember her name or where we met, but I’ll recall that we shared laughter. It was 2013 and I was in Rome with Malone students on a service-learning trip working with refugees. One student was lightheartedly […]

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Club Feature: FCA

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is a space for athletes from all different teams to gather together and learn about Christ. There are weekly speakers including Dr. Greg Miller, Malone coaches and area pastors. Hannah Boss, senior nursing major, and Cordaryl Jones (CJ), senior physical education major, co- lead FCA together. Meetings consist of two-minute […]

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