Marietta, The Magazine of Marietta College, is published three times a year by the Office of  Communication & Brand Management for Marietta College’s alumni, donors, faculty, staff, students and friends. 

Address changes, news items or class notes should be sent to:
Communication & Brand Management
Marietta College
215 Fifth St.
Marietta OH 45750

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Current Issue

Fall 2018 Cover of the Marietta Magazine

Fall 2018

Among of the many benefits of having a community-minded liberal arts college in your town is having access to numerous, high-quality artistic events.

The incredible work of Marietta College’s Theatre Department in planning, facilitating and presenting stunning theatrical performances throughout the academic year is further emphasized during the summer months, as faculty collaborate with community partners to attract student actors to the city to prepare for and perform an impressive summer stock of plays.

This summer, the Marietta Summer Theatre Program brought Twelfth Night and Guys and Dolls. The Shakespeare classic was presented to the community for free at Muskingum Park’s gazebo, and the American classic, Guys and Dolls, was showcased at Peoples Bank Theatre, one of the partners of the summer festival. Marietta Magazine focuses on the importance of having a high-caliber summer stock — both in terms of maintaining a well-known theatre program at Marietta College and for the benefit of the community.

Marietta Magazine also unveils the unique looks of the College’s new athletic surfaces at Don Drumm Stadium and Marietta Field. The upgrades were completed by the start of the fall seasons — and have been met with a great deal of excitement and praise from student-athletes, coaches and fans.

There are many more stories about what’s happening at the College and in the lives of alumni. As always, if you have an exciting story to share or would like to submit a class note for future publications, please send us an email at marketing@marietta.edu.

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