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.
First-year biology/pre-physician assistant major Megan Tilton learned that lesson the most difficult way possible, when she got devastatingly sick seven years ago.
Malone University's Alpha Gamma chapter of Sigma Zeta (national honor society for natural and computer sciences) brought home the Founders Cup from the National Convention in recognition from their chapter scholarship and related activities.
Christopher Martin ’07 was honored to receive the 2016 Excellence in Nursing Practice award from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) in Ferrell, Pa.
Teresa Purses ’86 was recently named president of the Stark Education Partnership (SEP), a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving education for all students (preschool through college) in Stark County.
Last month, students Kenneth (KJ) Dampier '16 and Justine Chester '16 coordinated with the Flint area Red Cross and Food Bank to assess the greatest needs in Flint, Michigan, where a serious water contamination issue is linked to a number of serious illnesses and deaths.
In the world of mystery novels, the highest honor an author can receive is the Agatha Award.
Tucked away in downtown Canton, nestled between the Arts district and the Business district, is one of the city’s newest ventures – a vintage bookstore dubbed “The Next Chapter.”