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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.

Empowering others for lives of service

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Marilyn Henry ’73 has spent 40 years in the service to others. And though she retired from her career last month, Henry expects she'll always continue that calling - as a professor at local universities and as a consultant for social work agencies.

Social work alumnus now serving in the Peace Corps

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When Rodney Long '12 came for a visit as a prospective high school student, he told his admissions counselor he wasn't sure what he wanted to do, but he knew he wanted to help people.

Couple earns MBA degrees as a team

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Ricky and Victoria Branham were already juggling two careers - and two children - when they decided to pursue their MBA studies as a couple.

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West works to make a difference

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Jerome West ’08 (M212) strives to be a role model in every area of his life, particularly in the Canton community where he lives and works.

Cheering on the Malone community

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PASSING THE MEGAPHONE. Rachel Hunka, the Pioneers head cheerleading coach, points to a photo of herself as a cheerleader for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Right, the Malone University cheerleaders.

Connecting the dots

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Completing an unfinished degree was high on the to-do list of Jeffrey Moore, a departmental manager at Fomo Products, Inc.