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Student-organized benefit concert at MC raises $500 for flood relief

March 22, 2005
The Feb. 26 benefit concert organized by four Marietta College students, with the support of the Student Activities and Greek Life and the College Union Board, raised $500 for local flood relief. The proceeds were donated to the Marietta Community Foundation. “The Offices of Student Life and Civic Engagement would like to thank and...
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Don Schaly remembered by many as veteran coach laid to rest

March 21, 2005
Love and appreciation could be felt everywhere. Hundreds of family, friends and former Marietta College baseball players gathered on Monday, March 21, to say goodbye to Hall of Fame coach Don Schaly. Schaly, who died on March 9, 2005, after a short fight with cancer, was buried Monday in his pinstripes. Former Pioneer players - ranging from...
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MC management/leadership professor receives Fulbright grant

March 17, 2005
Thanks to a Fulbright grant, Dr. Mark Bagshaw, a professor of management and leadership at Marietta College, is excited to be one of 15 educators chosen by ASIANetwork and the Hong Kong American Center to participate in the Pearl River Delta Faculty Development Program this summer. Bagshaw, who started teaching at Marietta in 1993, learned...
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Marietta College chapter of Habitat for Humanity officially approved

March 16, 2005
It’s official: Marietta College has its own campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity, and the members are ready to begin their very first Build Day on Saturday, March 19. The Marietta College Campus Chapter of Habitat for Humanity will be working with the Washington County Habitat for Humanity, starting on a house that currently exists as only...
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Marietta College students attend Model UN Conference in Dayton

March 8, 2005
Marietta College sent eight students to the Dayton Model United Nations Conference (DAYMUNAC) on Feb. 10-12. The event, which was co-sponsored by Sinclair Community College and Wright State University, was held on the Sinclair campus in downtown Dayton. Melissa Jones, of Coshocton, represented China on the Security Council. Jones, a senior...
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