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9/11 anniversary causes community to reflect

  Four panelists, including Dr. Greg Miller, professor of history, spoke at the 9/11 10th Anniversary Commemoration at Hoover High School in North Canton on Saturday, Sept. 10 about how their perspectives on 9/11 have been shaped by the Golden Rule—”love they neighbor as thyself.” “Let me put it simply: we need to be neighborly,” [...]

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Living behind the times: Why I quit Facebook (and why you should, too)

  “Facebook me.” It’s a sentence that wouldn’t have made sense 10 years ago. Back then, Facebook wasn’t a verb. In fact, it wasn’t even a website—not until 2004, back in the dimly-remembered beginnings of the digital age. And now, a mere seven years later, Facebook has utterly consumed our generation. And I’ll confess: I’ve [...]

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Award-winning professor shares his ‘Passion’

  “The first step was to spend at least a month studying about John Brown because I only knew about the Harper’s raid,” Dr. Jesse Ayers, professor of music, said. “I didn’t know the history so I read a number of books about John Brown, tried to get a feeling for the kind of guy he was.” [...]

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WATCH: Culturefest celebrates cultural diversity at Malone

  Aviso AVW talks to Director of Multicultural Services Brenda Stevens about Culturefest 2011, which took place on Monday, Sept. 12. Culturefest featured a number of musicians and performers, including Rudy and the Professionals and the One Voice Gospel Choir. Halle St. John is public relations editor for Aviso AVW. Sam Shaffer is AVW producer [...]

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Golf brief: Pioneer men and women anticipate successful fall season

Men’s Golf After a strong 2010-2011 year which saw the men’s golf team capture first place at 9 of 13 tournaments and fourth at Nationals, the Pioneers are anticipating a lot of success. “My expectations for the fall are to win every tournament we are in, which includes two Division I tournaments,” men’s head coach [...]

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Football endures heartbreaking loss in final seconds

  The Pioneers suffered a heartbreaking 24-22 defeat at the leg of Saint Ambrose’s junior kicker, Patrick Schmadeke, at Fawcett Stadium Sept. 17. With five seconds remaining in the contest Schmadeke nailed home a 35-yard field goal to ice the game as well as a Pioneer comeback. Special teams got the Bees in good field [...]

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Board prepares to vote for president

  This month the board of trustees will continue the process started in May to select the next president of the university. Beginning in May, the process of choosing the right candidate has included compiling lists of qualified individuals, nominating and meeting with those individuals and interviewing them with the help of the Presidential Review [...]

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Car registration no longer requires fee, sticker

  This year, parking stickers went the way of student IDs that still read “Malone College”—practically vintage with the implementation of a new vehicle registration system. Students are now required to register all vehicles that they’re going to be parking on campus through MaloneXpress under the Campus Life tab. Students are asked to enter the make, [...]

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Heritage Hall’s RD position shifts unexpectedly

  A new school year means new beginnings, but for Heritage Hall, that statement has a different meaning. An unexpected change in resident directors has opened the door for a new chapter in Heritage Hall history. Former resident director Christina Schnyders resigned and Bethany Buchwalter has taken the position. After five years as resident director, [...]

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What not to do on student visit days

  You were all there at one time in your college career—touring colleges and universities, looking for the perfect place that gave you that home away from home feeling. Some schools may have given you the chills the minute you set foot on campus with the students staring you down as if you walked out of [...]

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