Reading through Marietta College’s Commencement program, the names Alex Blackston ’22 (Lancaster, Ohio) and Owen Boyer ’22 (Delaware, Ohio) are listed back-to-back under the heading “Bachelor of Science.”
As more than 260 Marietta College graduates made their way into the Dyson Baudo Recreation Center on Saturday for the 185th Commencement ceremony, there was something more customary about the experience.
Growing up in Spencer, West Virginia, Shelby Lassiter ’22 had plenty of opportunities to be around animals. Along the way, she developed a passion for helping them.
Clay Mastin ’22 believes the valuable internship experience he benefited from last summer, along with an enjoyable senior capstone project this year at Marietta College, put him in a strong position when he began his job search.
There are few traditions with more history or prestige at Marietta College than the induction of students into Phi Beta Kappa.
Elizabeth Vigue ’23 (Junction City, Ohio) doesn’t even try to hide her excitement about earning the Washington Health Industry Communications Internship (WHICI) this summer. Her only regret is that she will spend most of the time working remotely.
As an Assistant Professor, Leanne Price ’97 knows how hard her students have to work in order to excel in her classes. Now that she is pursuing her doctorate, Price is putting in that same effort.
Ohio high school students who are interested in majoring in education have a rare opportunity to earn college credits at Marietta College during the 2022-23 academic year.
Ever since he was a young boy, Jaelon Quiero-Gordon ’24 (Westerville, Ohio) has known what he wanted to do for a living.
“I was 7, 8 years old and I knew I wanted to be a sportscaster,” he said. “So when I met Phil (Mason) and I learned he was doing live game coverage here, I knew I needed to work with him.”
Area families looking for an educational camp for children this summer still have time to sign up for Marietta College’s STREAM Camp as the deadline to enroll has been extended to May 1st.