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Everyone in the EducationBrightEducation
Everyone in the Education Department is awesome, except Dr. Tim Calfee. He is in charge of field experience for ed majors and won't change your field assignment to work for you. He is a major toolbag and overall his whole demeanor is douchey.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2014
Social Life: A+, Individual Value: F
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The two years I spent at Malone CollegeEnglish
The two years I spent at Malone College were my two worst years in the higher ed. universe. The students were extremely unfriendly and not overly bright, professors were teaching courses so far out of their areas of expertise the instruction was pretty marginal, buildings were dilapidated, and the library was pathetic. Also, the atmosphere was stifling and not very conducive to any sort of intellectual inquiry or critical thinking. I went to a community college for my first two years of undergrad; while this was hardly an Ivy League school, it was vastly better than Malone. Students at MC spend a lot of time praying; however, the real preying is how the administration preys on prospective students and parents of prospective students. This school is an overpriced joke.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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My three years at Malone have generally been wonderful.Quite BrightEnglish
My three years at Malone have generally been wonderful. I've made amazing friends. Most of my professors have been fantastic. I am from a small town, and I like living in the city of Canton. It doesn't have the culture of New York City, perhaps, but it has a theatre that shows art films, some nice coffee shops, etc. I have gotten to be involved in many activities on campus. Many of my classes have made me think in a whole different way.One thing that I would caution perspective college students about is that it is entirely possible that you will NOT find your future spouse at college. So many girls come to Malone(and many other Christian colleges)to get their M.R.S degrees. Malone will be fulfilling if you come to grow in your faith and get a quality education.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2005
Faculty Accessibility: A, Campus Aesthetics: C
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