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An education in disaster relief

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After American Red Cross Disaster Program Manager Tim Reichel spoke to Kailey Sikula's Disaster Mental Health Class, Sikula was intrigued.

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ACTS OF MERCY. Alum witnesses life-changing transformations as Mercy Ship nurse

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Mercy Ships is, essentially, a floating hospital - a Christian organization that docks in countries to provide free medical care, including surgeries such as facial tumor removals, plastic surgeries for burn contractures, orthopedic surgeries to make children's legs straight, cataract eye surgeries, and a variety of other general surgeries to removal lumps and bumps.

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Adventure opens eyes to new career paths

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Micayah Miller ’17 has always enjoyed wildlife, but was unsure what career options most appealed to her when she first enrolled at Malone. After two summers as a camp counselor at the Everglades Youth Conservation Camp in Loxahatchee, Florida, she has discovered a deep passion: conservation education.

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Q & A with Honors student Rachel Jenkins

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Honors student Rachel Jenkins '16 honors thesis was titled, "Apocalyptic Abomination: Sacrificing Peace for a Temple through Interpretation of Scripture."

Alumna seeks to help small business thrive

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If you’re a frequenter of some of the successful small businesses in the Akron area, Kimberly Irvine-Lee ‘14 might be a person you want to thank.