As members of the Malone community are still adjusting to the hour gained from Daylight Savings Time, senior Katie Snider is working to gain her bearings halfway across the world in Bang Na, Bangkok, Thailand, where she is student teaching.
In 2013, Mike Flor would begin a journey that forever changed how he viewed the world.
Since the moment he heard the University Chorale recording on the website, Darius McBride ’16 knew that Malone was where he wanted to receive his musical education.
Quality is the hallmark of ProVia Products, headquartered in nearby Sugarcreek.
For the second year in a row, Coach Brian Stock and his team participated in a school supplies drive for Canton Harbor High School, which helped incoming students come to their first day of school ready to learn without the burden of purchasing supplies.
The same year that Malone University will be celebrating its 125th anniversary, Professor of History Greg Miller, Ph.D., will be part of an even older celebration – the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s 95 Theses – in Wittenberg, Germany.
When Beth (Altomare) Scheller ’93 interviewed for a part-time job at the downtown Canton YMCA to lifeguard in the early mornings, she almost gave her testers heart attacks by diving into the shallow end of the pool.
Malone Professor of Music Jesse Ayers was recently commissioned by the Akron Symphony Orchestra to compose a new work for orchestra and chorus based on African-American spirituals.
Dan Bell’s story touched senior Karli Kadlecek so much that she knew she had to do something to help him.
For the past year Jonathan Edwards ’08 has worked as a missionary in Togo, serving as the IT manager at two hospitals (Hôpital Baptiste Biblique and Hôpital de l’Espérance) and assisting the technological development of local Christian schools.