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Look for leaders

Leadership opportunities for next year available now   This spring is the time to sign-up for next year’s leadership organizations and positions. For example, Student Senate is a student-led group on campus that focuses on student needs and wants from changing what is served for late night to creating events on campus. “There are a […]

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Immigration order calls for Christian response

University President encourages community to love their neighbor   President Donald Trump sparked controversy one week into office with a new executive order. In this piece of legislation, Trump has halted immigration for the next 120 days from seven different Muslim countries: Iran, Iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Libya, Yemen, and Syria. President Trump’s hope is to […]

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Zombies, PR and Commercials

Spring shorts offer variety and laughter   The annual Spring Shorts Festival will premiere Feb. 15-18 at 8 p.m. in the theater. The production features three short plays, and admission price is a can of food for the Akron-Canton Food Bank. “I’m excited for the shorts festival. I think that, from what I’ve seen of […]

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Life Skills Life Group

Preparing students for life after college   On Thursday, Feb. 9, the Life Skills life group was launched through a partnership between the office of spiritual formation, Student Senate and the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA). The new life group welcomes all students and takes place in the Brehme Centennial Center Conference Room, directly behind […]

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Malone at the March

Malone student perspectives on the Women’s March on Washington On Jan. 21, just one day after the inauguration of President Donald Trump, men and women from all over the United States gathered at the center of Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. to participate in the Women’s March on Washington (WMW). A little more than half […]

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Jubilee here again

Sign-ups for annual conference end Feb. 8 Jubilee, an annual conference sponsored by the Coalition for Christian Outreach, is scheduled for Feb. 17-19 in Pittsburgh, PA. Malone’s office of spiritual formation coordinates a group of students attending the conference each year. The deadline to sign up to participate this year is Feb. 8, and applications […]

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Cater to you

New faces with AVI bring fresh, student-focused perspective Beth Gotter took over the AVI resident director position at Malone this semester. Gotter comes to Canton from Hiram College’s AVI program. Gotter now oversees all the food services on campus, including the Hoover Dining Commons, Froggy’s and Regula Café and catering. Gotter said she is ready […]

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Embrace the waves

Swimmers balance individual and team dynamics   Swimming challenges its athletes and demands extensive effort. It is often overlooked during the winter season for other winter sports in terms of attendance and attention. Many people are unaware of the taxing season swimmers undergo from September to March. While spectators watch the sport from above the […]

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Rolling to victory

Women’s basketball embraces win streak After a slow 3-4 start, the women’s basketball team is doing something that has not been done in a long time. Rick Tice, head coach, said the rough beginning was due to the high number of freshman and transferes on the team. Once the players settled in to Malone basketball, […]

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Learning liturgy

New life group challenges students to engage liturgy Liturgical prayers, a life group each Wednesday at 8 a.m. this semester, connects students to worship in a way different than most other spiritual formation opportunities. “Liturgy is not a style of worship. It is a theological term. A lot of people, when they hear the word […]

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