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Chris Abrams

Vice President for Student Development

Malone College

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Malone College

515 25Th St. Nw

Canton, Ohio,44709

United States

Company Description

Located in Canton, OH, Malone serves more than 2,500 students and offers more than 55 undergraduate and graduate degree options. Malone is a Christian University for the arts, sciences, and professions in the liberal arts tradition, affiliated with the Evangel...more

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Chris Abrams : CCO Campus Ministry

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Home / Transformed Lives / Chris Abrams
Chris Abrams "I had no thought of working in student development before my time as a student with Bonnie Jones," says Chris Abrams. When Chris was a student at Malone College (now University) in the early 1990s, he had no idea that years later, he would work at his alma mater as Vice President for Student Development. He credits CCO staff member Bonnie Jones with helping him figure out his vocation. "Bonnie was my resident director and supervisor during my first year as a resident assistant at Malone," Chris remembers. "People like Bonnie, Steve Everett, Bob Crow, and Rick Zomer helped me to see how enjoyable and rewarding working with college students could be," Chris says. Chris and his wife, Melissa, are raising their seven-year-old adopted Haitian twin daughters in Canton, Ohio, where they are actively involved the community and in First Friends Church. "My family and I volunteer in Wednesday evening activities at our church, and we are also active in a ministry called the C.O.O.L. (Community Outreach of Love) Project, which involves physical labor service for homeowners in the city of Canton." Chris continues to be grateful for impact of the CCO's ministry on his life, and he sees a direct correlation between what he experienced as a student and how he interacts with students today.


www.cantonrep.com

After reading "Malone College recalls student newspaper over nude photo" (March 21), I want to say thank you to Chris Abrams of Malone College for making a stand for decency.


www.journal-news.com

The Aviso newspaper violates a school ban on any publication with nudity or even the suggestion of it, said Chris Abrams, Malone's vice president for student development.Malone College in northeast Ohio is a private school, pays for the publication and can legally limit its content, Abrams said.


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Chris Abrams, Malone's vice president for student development, said publication of the photograph violated the college's decency standard.School regulations, he said, prohibit the depiction of any nudity or even the implication of any nudity."I take very seriously their right to have freedom of expression," said Abrams, who added that he struggled with the decision.On seeing the photo, Abrams consulted other administrators; about 11 a.m. they instructed university employees to remove them.On Wednesday, Abrams issued a new policy requiring all students to wear at least shorts when in public areas of the dormitories, even on their way to the shower.Abrams said he would consider changes to the policy with dorm staffers next week.Abrams has also met with Lang, the student media board and Aviso's faculty adviser, David Dixon, a professor of communication arts.Dixon has urged Abrams to redistribute the newspapers with the photograph.Abrams said the administration will consider that after Easter.


FFC Young Adult Ministries: Worldview Forums

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