Campus Organizations

MSU (Multicultural Student Union)

Multicultural Student Union, which is open to all Malone Students, coordinates Multicultural programs which support the culture and ethnicity of multicultural students on our campus. The organization is committed to supporting students of color through group activities, planned events, and outings.

One Voice Gospel Choir

The Malone University Gospel Choir, One Voice, is a 15-voice choir representing various majors and ethnicities across campus. One Voice Gospel Choir performs at Campus Worship, campus functions, community events, schools, churches across Ohio, and various places in the United States.

The Lord has inspired this organization to offer the flavor of Urban Gospel music to the Malone campus and community. This is done in such a way that God’s glory is revealed through song and worship. Membership in One Voice Gospel Choir is open to all members of the Malone University community. Non-students may affiliate with the choir by meeting all of the regular requirements for membership including a desire to serve the Lord through urban style music, praise and worship.

Brenda Stevens, former Director of Multicultural Services, founded One Voice in 1999 along with Giles Foster, and Resident Director, Steph Veltman. Giles Foster, a student at Malone and the first choir director, had a vision of moving the choir to a spiritually cohesive group. The group has opened for various national recording artist including The Winans Phase II, Anointed, Donnie McClurkin, and Jonathan Dunn. They have also performed at the Jubilee Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the National Christian Multicultural Student Leaders Conference (NCMSLC) in Boston, Massachusetts.

For further information about One Voice Gospel Choir, or to schedule the choir, please contact the office of Multicultural Services at Malone University at 330-471-8328.