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BLOG: Intern reaches beyond tourism to community

  Many people are familiar with the government buildings, the museums, and the national monuments in the nation’s capital. These are the things which draw countless tourists each year and reach millions more on the nightly news. Being in the city for the semester, I have come to realize what it means to live in [...]

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Education majors partner in preschool pilot program

  Early childhood education majors have the opportunity to work on a pilot academic initiative for preschoolers in partnership with Plain Township Parks. The pilot program will take place Nov. 10 through Nov. 14. Participating students will create activities and lesson plans for 3- to 5-year-olds. The theme is “Fall in Love with Science.” Students [...]

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Pioneer Focus: Anna Hays

  Pedigree: This week’s Pioneer Focus goes to senior volleyball player, Anna Hays. Hays recently won GLIAC player of the week in the south division, having averaged 4.29 kills per set and .403 attack percentage in the team’s wins over Lake Erie College and Ashland. Hays has been one of the key factors in the [...]

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Senate Notebook: Oct. 30

  Senate Notebook is a regular news feature with the goal to keep students up to date on what Student Senate is up to. Senate meets every Wednesday at 9 p.m. in the Brehme Conference Center. Guests are welcome to attend. Senate welcomed newly elected members at the Oct. 22 meeting. New members include: Gage [...]

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WATCH: Little Saints is a treat for all

Woolman, Whittier, and Fox Halls held Little Saints for the children of faculty and staff members on Sunday, October 26. Each hall went all out with crazy props and costumes in order to bring a sweet taste of trick-or-treating to the kids. Emily Cowen is the video producer for The Aviso AVW.  

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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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Learn diversity through shared spaces

  Students each come with their own story, and each person’s contribution shapes diversity on campus. Not accepting one another’s differences can lead to tension between students, faculty and staff, but Malone is seeking reconciliation between cultures. “The first thing to do is dispel of all of the stereotypes that you have in your mind [...]

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Trick-or-treat: a taste of Halloween

  Eating candy, dressing up in costumes, and pranking neighbors may already be on the daily agendas of some students, but Halloween is a special time for creativity and mischief. Some students still dress up for trick-or-treat, while others join younger siblings and cousins, but refrain from dressing up for the occasion. Freshman social work [...]

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Pioneer Focus: Ronnie Beers

  Pedigree: This week’s Pioneer Focus goes to sophomore Ronnie Beers, who put on a show when Michigan Tech came to town for homecoming. Beers rushed for three touchdowns and 87 rushing yards on 17 carries and caught a touchdown as well. Beers has 58 carries for 385 yards on the season to go along [...]

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Q&A with professor of psychology David Entwistle

  David Entwistle, professor of psychology, earned his undergraduate degree in psychology at Taylor University and his masters and doctorate in clinical psychology at Biola University. He is in his 19th year of teaching at Malone. Aviso: How did you get here? Entwistle: This is a long story; I’ll give you the short version. I [...]

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