Whenever it rains in Canton, Chad Minor ’15, goes downstairs to his family room, kneels at his couch, and prays.
On Halloween night of 2002, then-students Marc Fleagle, Michael Leggett, Ryan Walter, Kevin Pike, and Matt Repasky created a game now fondly known as “Sloth.”
Professors everywhere—like parents—desire good things for the students in whom they invest.
When Barry and Angela Lin came to the United States from China 14 years ago, they were seeking freedom and opportunity.
Seeds were planted during Abigail Farmer’s educational experience at Malone University that have come to beautiful fruition.
Parenting is always full of joys and challenges, but parenting adopted children who are of a different race creates unique issues, noted social workers Jane Hoyt-Oliver, Hope Haslam Staughan, and Jayne E. Schooler.
All-Steinway School status is awarded to an institution directly by Steinway & Sons and is contingent upon 90% of the pianos owned by the institution being Steinway designed pianos.
How does empathy influence child caregiving? How do more empathetic mothers differ from their less empathetic counterparts in collaborative problem-solving with their young children?
During finals week of Spring Semester 2005, several administrators and Theology faculty members from Malone University held an impromptu graduation beside the hospital bed of Canadian basketball Olympian Susan Stewart.
In an article that will soon be published in the British journal Harts and Minds, Randi Pahlau explored the theme of hospitality through food and words in Shakespeare's comedy.