Jordan (Davis) Raffin '18 grew up as the beloved daughter of a youth pastor, and the only sister to three brothers. Men who love her and protected her. Now, it is Raffin's vocation to nurture and protect girls who did not have what she did growing up, girls who have known mostly pain and abuse.
The Malone University Chancel Players, Malone’s traveling drama ministry, have a full schedule this fall and will be visiting churches and schools across…
Malone University 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…
The Counseling and Human Development Department is thrilled to announce that all 2019 graduates from the Master of Arts in Education: Clinical Mental Health…
Visitors to the Canton Arts District can now view a new 80-foot mural, a colorful and interactive piece that proclaims “Love Your Skin.”
Kiera Conkle ‘20, a social work and global and international studies double-major, is passionate about civil rights and combatting sex trafficking.
As another academic year gets underway, Malone students, employees, and alumni are encouraged to participate in a full slate of activities for Homecoming and Family Weekend, held on September 13 and 14.
For 16 months, Caity (Novak) Hendrix ’17 worked on a med-surg floor, gaining experience and waiting for the chance to land her dream job as a surgical ICU nurse.
When members of the Malone University marching band return to campus on August 14 for band camp, they will launch the 25th year of the program at Malone.
For Dayna (Linger) Yurkovich ’07 (right), the excitement is in the details. An entrepreneur who loves business, events, an unconventional work schedule, and motherhood, Yurkovich was honored this past spring by About Magazine as a Stark County Woman in Business.