Topic: Child Labor
Media prof creates documentary
Assistant Professor of Media Production Sangsun Choi will show his documentary, "Written in Stone" in a number of venues this spring.
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The NSF granted Malone University an award to advance scientific research in Ohio.
Ground was broken for Pioneer Park in August; the construction of which will transform the student experience by offering modern, attractive outdoor spaces for recreation, club sports, intramurals, and intercollegiate practices and games.
Malone University honored: Matt Phelps, Kathryn Huisinga, Sangsun Choi, and Michele Waalkes.