Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Kathy Husk ’83 and her husband, Tim, are Wycliffe Bible translators. They help communities design sustainable Bible translation projects that engage with churches in Papua New Guinea. One project is Oral Bible Translation workshops to train people to accurately retell Bible stories in their own languages. Learn more about Oral Bible Translation.
Emily Hess ’04, Ph.D., a visiting assistant professor of History at Ashland University, was recently honored with an Academic Mentor Award for her academic leadership with regard to students beyond the classroom. Dr. Hess was nominated by a current student and received an engraved silver plate.
Monday, January 29, 2018
Sarah Dickey '10 has published her first book, Ode To Love: A Journey of Awakening, "a Rumi-esq prose poem accompanied by black and white photography". This is the first title coming out of Cool Creative Press, an Indie Publishing Company that Sarah Dickey founded in 2017. Cool Creative Press discovers writers committed to the climatic adventures of living through a creative lens and whose voices exhibit authenticity and positivity in the world. Check out https://coolcreativepress.com.
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Alicia Wilkins '83 writes, "In August 2017, I completed 30 years at the Logan County Libraries in Bellefontaine, Ohio. I have been the Reference Services Manager since 2002. Thank you, Mrs. Dorothy Lawson and Miss Jan Anderson!"
Monday, January 22, 2018
Peggy Hothem '71 - Has retired after 40 years of teaching in Christian higher education. "When I joined the team in 1967-68, we were of course still playing 6 player teams. Being a part of the basketball team caught my interest in teaching physical education and pursuing a Master’s degree in HPER. Upon that completion, I started teaching PE and coaching in Christian higher education. Those experiences turned into my going for an EdD in Leisure Studies. I attribute the beginning of this rewarding call to the Lord guiding me to play basketball at Malone!"
Friday, January 12, 2018
Friday, January 5, 2018
Alexis Kreiner '16 was awarded the $5,000 Ludel Saugaveot Public Relations Scholarship from the Akron Press Club and the John S. Knight Foundation (Akron Beacon Journal). Alexis is a teaching assistant and directs Communications at TIMKATIC School in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Dr. John P. Williams, Jr. ’67 has written The Dopamine Journals: Notes on Finding Hope When Life Hands You a Not-Yet Curable Disease. He shares his journey of discovering hope in the midst of the storm. It is available through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.