Relationship with city, College helped 1980 grad grow company

October 1, 2012 | 2012
After graduating from Marietta College, Jerry James ’80 had the opportunity to live all over the United States. As President of Artex Oil Co., James loves the simpler life that living in Marietta, Ohio, presents him. “I’ve been fortunate in my career that I’ve worked in some nice towns and everything, but Marietta … has a lot of history...
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2005 graduate making his move in the sports marketing world

February 6, 2012 | 2012
Growing up as a fan of all sports in Philadelphia, Robert Johnson ’05 had a dream job in sports marketing for one of city’s major sports teams and earned a job with the Philadelphia Flyers in 2008.  
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Back to School: Students share their experiences from the first week on campus

September 24, 2012 | 2012
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Marietta competes in two forensic events at Ohio University

January 31, 2012 | 2012
Marietta College’s Andrew Kasick ’13 (Marietta, Ohio) won two awards, including a first-place finish in Varsity Extemporaneous Speaking, in the Ohio University Alumni Tournament on Sunday, Jan. 29. Marietta won a total of 12 awards, including Kasick’s fifth-place finish in Varsity Impromptu Speaking.
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College adds Coordinator of Career Services to Career Center

July 12, 2012 | 2012
With only a few weeks until the fall semester begins, campus is already buzzing with new faces in multiple departments and offices. The Marietta College Career Center is no exception and is pleased to welcome Caitlin Jones to its staff as the Coordinator of Career Services.
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Volunteers needed for the 2012 Ohio Chautauqua visit in Marietta

January 13, 2012 | 2012
Residents of Marietta are known for embracing the region’s history.   Everyone will get a chance to relive some of that history as part of Ohio Chautauqua 2012: When Ohio Was the Western Frontier.   Now the organizers of the five-day event in June are hoping to find enough volunteers to make it run smoothly. The Ohio Chautauqua, which is...
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Harrison Hall coming together in time for return of students

September 24, 2012 | 2012
  The work pace at the corner of Seventh and Putnam streets is at full tilt as construction crews sand, paint, wire and finish out the interior of Harrison Hall and ready it for the first round of students to move in on Aug. 3.  
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College begins search for Marietta’s 18th President

May 13, 2011 | 2012
Pursuant to the Board of Trustees meeting this past week, the format and structure of the national search for Marietta College’s 18th President is now in place and here is how it should proceed over the next 8-10 months. The committee is comprised of eight trustees, one MCAA member, one community member, three faculty members, one student and...
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2004 graduate provides academic support for N.C. State athletic teams

July 9, 2012 | 2012
Alison Ruff  ’04 lost count of how many times she sat down with Emmanuel Davis to explain where he was failing as a student-athlete. “He didn’t care about school and he didn’t have much motivation to get a degree Ruff says. “He was going to withdraw but after the summer we had an intervention and I gave him some tough love. He didn’t like to...
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College Bookstore has baseball championship gear available

June 6, 2012 | 2012
Fans of the Etta Express can now express their pride a little better, thanks to memorabilia being sold in the College Bookstore. Last week, Marietta won the NCAA Division III National Championship in Grand Chute, Wis., after besting Wheaton in a 7-2 win and finishing 5-1 in the series. It’s the team’s sixth national championship — the first...
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College announces $3 million Jean A. Scott Endowment

May 12, 2012 | 2012
Decades after Dr. Jean A. Scott has left Marietta College, her endearing spirit will remain relevant on campus. Multiple gifts from alumni, faculty, staff and friends of Marietta College totaling $3 million have helped establish the Jean A. Scott Endowment, which will go toward supplementing faculty salaries and provide annual staff awards.
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McCoy Scholar adds NASA scholarship to her resume

May 3, 2012 | 2012
Anna Gill ’12 (Canal Winchester, Ohio) is just another example of how Marietta College’s McCoy Scholars seem to deliver exemplary work every year. Gill, who will be one of nearly 300 seniors participating in the 175th annual Commencement ceremony at Marietta on May 13 in the Dyson Baudo Recreation Center, recently won first-place in the...
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‘The Other Wes Moore’ chosen for 2012-13 Common Reading

April 11, 2012 | 2012
Considered a perfect fit for Marietta College’s 2012-13 theme of Leadership & Social Justice, Wes Moore’s “The Other Wes Moore” has been chosen as the common reading for campus.
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CUB excited about newest event — Brunos’ Choice Awards

November 30, 2012 | 2012
For years, members of College Union Board have worked tirelessly to develop a formula of events that would interest the larger student body.
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Dr. Janet Bland to lead College through reaccreditation process

April 2, 2012 | Accreditation
It didn’t take much prodding to get Adam Stonier ’13 (Tunkhannock, Pa.) to open up about the professor who taught his literature course. “She asked us questions and then never revealed the answers; and when we came to the conclusions she wanted us to, I will never forget the deserved smile of satisfaction that graced her face,” Stonier says.
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Christian Sanders ’14

November 13, 2012 | 2012
A city boy by nature, hailing from his beloved Cleveland, Christian Sanders appreciates one major aspect of a small-town college: its opportunities.
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Marietta to inaugurate Dr. Joseph Bruno on Oct. 12

October 5, 2012 | 2012
An excitement is building on campus as the College awaits the formal ceremony inaugurating Dr. Joseph W. Bruno as the president at Marietta.
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Banking executive to speak at April Economic Roundtable

March 12, 2012 | 2012
Sandra Pianalto, President and Chief Executive Officer at Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, is the April speaker for the Economic Roundtable of the Ohio Valley. She will speak during the ERT’s luncheon on Monday, April 2, at the Lafayette Hotel in Marietta, Ohio. Pianalto’s talk is on “The Fed and the Economy: Striving for Stability.”
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College adds Delta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Omicron

September 24, 2012 | KAO
Marietta College recently established the Delta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Omicron, an organization for students and faculty who learn and work with subjects like Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, Sustainability, and other interdisciplinary fields.
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College adds gluten-free pastries to menu

February 6, 2012 | gluten free
During her freshman year at Marietta, Olivia von Lembcke ’14 (Columbus, Ohio) lived on a diet of omelets, plain salads and Corn Flakes. “I have celiac disease and I just recently found out that I have gallbladder disease,” she says. “I have to avoid gluten because when I eat it my body cannot break wheat or barley down, and instead it makes...
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12th annual Physics Colloquium opens with six programs this fall

September 24, 2012 | 2012
Marietta College’s 12th annual Physics Colloquium is back on the schedule with six presentations this fall, beginning with Dr. William McNeely at noon, Friday, Sept. 7, in Rickey 166.
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College police officers commissioned by Washington County Sheriff

January 25, 2012 | 2012
Washington County Sheriff Larry Mincks commissioned eight members of the Marietta College Police Department as Reserve Deputy Sheriffs during a special ceremony on Tuesday, Jan. 24.   Marietta College Police Officers are certified Peace Officers through the Ohio Peace Officers Training Commission and all have completed the 600-hour Peace...
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1992 grad has traveled the world for work, love of wine

September 24, 2012 | 2012
  Jeff Hickenlooper’s passion for wine is like the drink itself — it only gets better with time. But fortunately, like the beverage’s lengthy journey from the grape to the glass, time has proved necessary in creating a career sweet and robust.  
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Award-winning journalist, author to speak on MLK Day at College

January 11, 2012 | 2012
Though it took only 17 minutes for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., to deliver his “I Have a Dream” speech, his words to the American people calling for the end of discrimination and insistence on equality for all stands as one of the most influential messages of the 20th century.  
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Cathy Mowrer — Education

September 24, 2012 | 2012
Education majors love to take courses with Dr. Cathy Mowrer because she realizes there is a fine line between teaching future teachers how to present information to children and extinguishing a child’s curiosity.
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