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).
WHIRLWIND PERFORMANCE. Every other year, Malone's Communication Arts Department invites participation in its 24 Hour Theatre, a beloved tradition amongst its community.
Corey Easterday '11 works with families to help them do their laundry as part of his role as director of Current Initiatives of Ohio.
R.S.V.P. Caylie Mindling created this watercolor, Camelopardalis Aquinas - and Marissa Bennett wrote this poem in response"Never, Never
In the Rust…
Lindsey Brant ’10 appreciated the hands-on nature of her education at Malone, and has worked hard to create an animal care vocation program at Canton South High School, offering local high school students similar excellent experiential opportunities.
Each year Forbes highlights 30 individuals under the age of 30 deemed as “the brightest young entrepreneurs, breakout talents, and change agents” in 20 different sectors, including finance, technology, art, industry, media, and more.
It's not every day that a transformational childhood experience can become a vocation and calling into adulthood. But for Dan Bajc '10, life at camp is exactly that.