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A Time to Build

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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.

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NICU nurse cares for the tiniest of humans

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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.

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Teacher of the Year inspired by time at Malone

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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.

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Resident Assistants help renovate PGB

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Move over, Property Brothers. Resident Assistants Jacob Bohrer ’17 and Dante Raffin ’18 just might be the next HGTV stars with “Residence Hall Renovations.”

A passionate advocate

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Since almost losing her own, Kelly Ellinger ’09 knows what a gift life is.

Caring for the whole person

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In Malone’s nursing program, great emphasis is placed on caring for the whole patient.

Striving for balance

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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…

Finding the right story

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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…

Campus beautification project to lead to national designation

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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).