Recognized as one of America’s foremost musical ensembles, the Dallas Brass will perform at Malone University on Monday, Nov. 8. The concert is planned for 7 p.m. in Malone’s Johnson Center for Worship and the Fine Arts with prelude music beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the main lobby.
Inspired by the Pioneer 100, President David King’s annual Ride for Scholarships, Ed and Brenda Walsh recently took to their own bicycles to raise scholarship funding for Malone’s new Practical Ministry Certificate.
On July 17, family and friends of Malone students witnessed players from all over northern Ohio take home the hardware as they won the Northern Ohio Soccer League (NOSL) Championship.
Tiffany French-Guzman ‘04 chose Malone because Malone chose her, in more ways than one.
KB will perform at Youth Explosion on November 12-13 at Malone University. Tickets for the teen ministry conference, formerly held at Willoughby Hills Friends Church, are $45 per person and are available online.
Malone is once again recognized as one of the best colleges in the Midwest by U. S. News & World Report in the magazine’s annual ranking of best colleges in the country.
Justin Lower ‘11, former four-time All-American, won his first ever PGA card at the 2021 Korn Ferry Tour Championship - Victoria National Golf Club in Newburgh, Indiana.
Thanks to the generous support of the Herbert W. Hoover Foundation, Malone University has established a strong reputation for equipping students to understand and participate in ocean conservation.
Ellie Zumbach ‘19, creative writing graduate, wants to help others through her love of stories because she has turned to books for comfort, for answers, for escape, and for fun for as long as she can remember.
Rachel Hoskins ‘01 recently discerned a call to study theology and was accepted into the Masters of Theological Studies program at Princeton Theological Seminary.