Michael McMorrow already had a career that he enjoyed. As a trainer at Zephyrs 24-Hour Fitness, he transitioned into working with young people.
The American Prize in Composition recognizes the best composers of new works that have been publicly performed. This year – for the first time – the famed award program has named five honored artists, with Malone’s Jesse Ayers among them.
Although the original has returned to Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, visitors to the Everett L. Cattell Library can continue to enjoy The Saint John’s Bible through the Heritage Edition – one of only 299 meticulously done reproductions.
During her college days, Alana Mercurio '16 studied in Orvieto, through Gordon College’s elite artists study abroad program in which only 18 students are accepted per year.
Erik Hansen has only been out of college a few months, but already, he’s grateful for the impact Malone has had in his life.
When it comes to professional accomplishments, Jeremy Scott ’98 has an impressive resume.
Debra Powell wanted more from her career. She knew that she needed a college degree to advance at North Canton-based Diebold, a financial services and security corporation.
Tanya Hockman’s response to coaching her 400th victory match is exactly part of what makes her an exceptional volleyball coach.
Stacy Utecht, resident director (RD) of Blossom Hall, took a group of students to Thailand, where they were immersed in the Thai culture and learned about the effects of sex trafficking on the country.
When Randy Leali '84 began working in Canton, Ohio for Ernst & Young (EY) right out of college, he would never have imagined that someday he would be working in Canton, China - as well as the Philippines, Australia, Beijing, Singapore, Taiwan, and all over the world.