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Prayers offered in wake of student’s death

  19-year-old freshman accounting major Dustin Yoder died unexpectedly in his home on Sunday, Nov. 13. The news was announced to students on Tuesday, Nov. 15 during chapel and then later that day in an e-mail. During chapel, there was a commemorative moment of silence and prayer for the Yoder family and friends. Yoder, an accounting [...]

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Catholic student group approved by faculty, student senate

  Ichthys, a Greek word for the well-known symbol fish, is an acronym meaning “Jesus Christ, Son of God and Our Savior.” It is also the name of Malone’s new Catholic student group. Ichthys is the first denominational group of its kind at Malone. Junior exercise science and pre-physical therapy major Michelle Wagner is a [...]

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Students type furiously for NaNoWriMo

  Oreos. Chatter. Typing. Idea tossing. National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) began again this November, and four Malone students who had entered the challenge to complete a novel of 50,000 words in one month began typing furiously. NaNoWriMo began in 1999. In its first year, it had 21 participants, but by the 12th year (last [...]

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ystark! helps grads land local jobs

  You may have heard something about ystark! at the Young Professionals Chocolate Fountain networking event that was held earlier this month in the Brehme Centennial Center Conference Room. ystark! is part of the Canton Chamber of Commerce. They are committed to “attracting, retaining and engaging young professionals in the Stark County area,” ystark! director [...]

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Indoor track serves as “training period” for year-round runners

  Racing year-round can be challenging at times, especially when you are trying to peak for three straight seasons in a row. Most collegiate runners can say that running all three seasons (cross country, indoor and outdoor track) can be exhausting, especially when there is no down time between all three sports. So, the real [...]

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New Canton Community Orchestra seeks musicians

  If you are a string musician in the Canton area, you might know how difficult it is to find a group of like-minded musicians to perform with. You may be in luck, however. The newly-founded Canton Community Orchestra, which is a group that is designed to bring together symphonic musicians in the Canton area, [...]

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Hard work, dedication propel cross country’s Tony Migliozzi

Senior cross-country runner Tony Migliozzi isn’t your average non-Division I athlete who coasts through his college career. He is someone who uses a self-taught work ethic and dedication to capture his dreams. “I run over 100 miles per week,” Migliozzi said. “I’m averaging about 100 miles per week for the whole year.” It takes more [...]

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BLOG: Thanksgiving Break throws wrench in publication cycle

  The end of the fall semester comes like a whirlwind. There you are, chugging along through the drudgery of November when Thanksgiving suddenly rolls around and gives you a welcome break. You take a few days off, eat some turkey, run around like a maniac on Black Friday, then return to school the next [...]

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Interim President Friesen’s future still undecided

  After four years of adjustments, Interim President Dr. Will Friesen is up for yet another one. Last month it was announced that Dr. David King will become president as of Jan. 1 instead of Friesen, who was a finalist in the running for the position. Friesen describes his role over the past couple years [...]

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Stuck on campus: Students spend Thanksgiving away from home

  Mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, green beans and let’s not forget the all-important turkey. Many Americans find these served in their Thanksgiving meal, one of the many highlights of Thanksgiving Break. It’s a fun time of the year for many students. We eat delicious food. We spend quality time with family and friends and [...]

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