A TIME TO BUILD. Marisa Bellanca graduated with her bachelor's degree this May, and is now finishing her MAOL through Malone's combined program.
Hannah Sierko ’13 has a career that is both daunting and rewarding. As a nurse in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Akron Children’s Hospital, part of her job is going to deliveries to stabilize newborns.
EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION. Kylee Maarschalk (right) was named Teacher of the Year for North Hanover High School in North Carolina, a school with more than 100 teachers and 1,700 students. She met her husband, Corey (pictured left) during her freshman year in New Testament class.
Move over, Property Brothers. Resident Assistants Jacob Bohrer ’17 and Dante Raffin ’18 just might be the next HGTV stars with “Residence Hall Renovations.”
Since almost losing her own, Kelly Ellinger ’09 knows what a gift life is.
In Malone’s nursing program, great emphasis is placed on caring for the whole patient.
More than 25 years after leaving college, Candy Bond ’14 came back.
It’s a noun.
It’s a verb.
And for Christian Wyglendowski ’01, Google also has been a fantastic employer.
Wyglendowski has been working as a software…
When children or teenagers tell Julie Burley ’99 that they don’t like to read, she has a ready reply.
“I always tell them that just means they haven…
When Malone moved from Cleveland to Canton in 1957, the college’s landscape was bare farmland, prompting early professors to plant some of now-mature trees that provide beauty and shade – such as the Pin Oaks around the residence halls Woolman-Whittier-Fox (WWF).