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Pulse’ editors announce winning submissions

January 28, 2005
Twenty-three “most outstanding” submissions from the campus community have been selected for publication in the 2005 edition of “Pulse,” Marietta College’s literary magazine. The list of winning authors announced by the “Pulse” editorial board includes MC students, an alumnus, a faculty member, and a staff member. Now in the printing stage, “...
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Education professor to speak at ACRES National Conference

January 27, 2005
Dr. William Bauer, an assistant professor of education at Marietta College, has been selected to speak at the 25th annual ACRES National Conference held March 17-19 in Tulsa, Okla. The topic of his proposal is “Increasing Access to Assistive Technology to Students with Disabilities in RUral AMerica.” His 90-minute speech focuses primarily on...
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Junior political science major participating in Washington Semester

January 26, 2005
Marietta College junior Kathryn Gemmill is participating in the Washington Semester program, which is offered in association with American University in Washington, D.C. Gemmill, of Spring Grove, Pa., is enrolled in the program for the spring 2005 semester. Gemmill, who is majoring in political science, says after graduating from Marietta...
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Music Department announces Juried Prize winners

January 25, 2005
Music is Cheryl Pasquale’s passion. The Willoughby Hills native is in her element three to four hours a day singing or playing the piano as a senior music major at Marietta College.
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Senior makes finalist list for 25th annual College Photography Contest

January 24, 2005 | 2005
Marietta College senior Seth Wolfson, a native of Bloomfield, N.J., has been chosen as a finalist in the 25th annual College Photography Contest by Photographer’s Forum magazine.
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