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.
It's said that necessity is the mother of invention.
Alyssa Pearson’s interest in film began at a young age.
Sometimes a lifestyle shift comes slowly over time, but for Jeffrey Hoehn it emerged from a moment of frustration and inspiration.
Malone University and Plain Township Parks launched a pilot academic program for preschoolers facilitated by teacher candidates from Malone’s early childhood education track under the guidance of Chanda Coblentz, instructor of education.
A $4,500 grant from the Charles G. Koch Foundation has afforded Assistant Professor of Political Science David Beer the opportunity to enhance learning experiences for a number of students at Malone University.
Jason ’02 and Suzi (Jeren) Lantz ’00 challenged students in Community Worship to make the most of their opportunities at Malone, to engage the Church, and to figure out their identity in Christ—and their roles in the Kingdom.