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Laundry Love expands across Ohio to show more love

  “If you are convinced of something, you should act on it,” sophomore Brandon Parsons said. “Those who claim to know God should act like Jesus.” That was the mindset of Corey Easterday when he began reaching out to the city of Canton. Easterday grew up in poverty and around many homeless people. During his […]

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OPINION: Grace, forgiveness required when dealing with shortcomings

  Before I begin, I want to give my highest regard to Angela Mahoney for her brilliant rhetoric in the prevous opinion piece. She was very concise and made some valid points. I’m not here to necessarily dismantle the validity of those points, but rather to convey a different perspective from someone within the department […]

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Pioneer Focus: Lauren Myers

  PEDIGREE: This week’s Pioneer Focus goes to junior guard Lauren Myers for her efforts as an incoming transfer student from Wheeling Jesuit University in the 2011-2012 season. The Lake graduate was one of the many newcomers who helped lead the Pioneers to a much improved record of 12-15. She was right behind Lindsy Snyder in points […]

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There are some truly talented bands lurking in Bandcamp's "free music" section including Renaissance Sound.

Free Music: Hope for art in the Internet age

  This began as a review of the new albums that were released today. However, as I scoured various upcoming releases lists to get a good sampling of noteworthy music, I came up short. Most everything I listened to was either generic or hideous. Take for instance singer-songwriter Luke Roberts. Roberts’ latest sounds exactly like […]

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Woolman Lecturer challenges status quo

  “Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction,” — Blaise Pascal This quote was boldly displayed on the screen as students and faculty came to room 106 in the Johnson Center to hear Woolman lecturer Dr. Phillip Jinkins. On March 13, Jinkins delivered his first lecture, […]

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Senior bible/theology major Bob Book and junior chemistry major Brandi Bonfert have officially been elected as Student Senate President and Vice President for the 2012-2013 academic year.

BLOG: Senate Notebook offers new opportunities, challenges

  Senate Notebook is an idea that evolved for me over time.  As the news editor, I was covering a lot of stories that had a political tone and dealt with Student Senate. After going to one Senate meeting to find out about some rumors following a story last fall, I was shocked to find […]

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BLOG: Paid staff positions available for next year

  Interested in writing? Like to take photos? Have a knack for video? The Aviso AVW is currently accepting applications for next year’s staff. Staff positions are paid and include the opportunity to earn applied credit. Students need not be communication arts/journalism majors to apply—in fact, we welcome applicants from other majors. We are seeking […]

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BLOG: Win a free t-shirt as part of Featured Feedback contest

  From now until the end of March, you can win a free Aviso t-shirt by commenting on stories as part of our Featured Feedback contest. We’ll be selecting the best comment posted between now and March 31. The winning commenter will receive a t-shirt sporting The Aviso AVW’s new logo—a fantastic addition to any wardrobe. […]

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Due to the uncharacteristically mild winter, the ice rink never froze and was never used for its intended use. On a particularly warm day, Student Development finally called it quits and dismantled the ice rink. (Photo by Kaitie Fox)

Ice rink dismantled, proves unskatable

This ice rink wasn’t nearly as big of a success for students. It was made for fun activities such as ice skating and hockey but due to unseasonably warm weather it never fully froze. Vice President for Student Development Dr. Chris Abrams and Student Body President Bob Book thought an ice skating rink would be […]

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Dr. Hollon, Dr. Moroney, and Dr. Soza wear their HLC accreditation shirts to chapel.  These shirts were given to all faculty. (photo courtesy of Suzie Thomas.)

Faculty prepare for accreditation this fall

  If you’ve seen the red t-shirts stating “Let’s Rock This,” you may have wondered what exactly Malone is rocking. Those t-shirts refer to the accreditation renewal for which Malone is currently preparing. The Higher Learning Commission is scheduled to visit campus on Sept. 24-26, 2012. Accreditation is simply a process that an institution has […]

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