Ross Keller ’20 (Long Bottom, Ohio) is busy finishing up his last semester at Marietta College. On top of looking for a job and deciding if he should go to law school or earn an MBA, Keller can add one more thing to his résumé.
Marietta College’s Edward E. MacTaggart Department of Music recently learned it had achieved a 10-year reaccreditation of its programs, which include bachelor’s degrees in Music, Music Education, Music Therapy and Vocal Performance.
Angie Stocklin, co-founder and former Chief Operating Officer for One Click Internet Ventures, will join Marietta College as the second Visiting Entrepreneur-in-Residence during the spring semester.
Leah Seaman ’21 (Philippi, West Virginia), who is majoring in Communication and Studio Art at Marietta College, is learning she may be a budding entrepreneur.
Dean Regas, former co-host of the PBS TV show Star Gazers, will be speaking at Marietta College at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, February 27th, at the Anderson Hancock Planetarium. His topic is “I Want to Believe: Returning to an Age of Reason.”
Dr. J. Mary Luti, a retired seminary professor and United Church of Christ pastor, will speak about “The Social Protest of Saint Teresa” at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, February 20th, at Marietta College.
Luti’s presentation, which is free and open to the public, will be held in the Alma McDonough Auditorium.
One of the most important celebrations in the Asian community is once again coming to the Marietta College campus.
For a brief moment, Emileigh Mathis ’23 (Portsmouth, Ohio) stood in Dyson Baudo Recreation Center with friends Racheal Tingley ’23 (Tipp City, Ohio) and Jensen Greer ’22 (McConnelsville, Ohio), and reflected on why she chose to attend Monday morning’s Martin Luther King Jr.
Economist and journalist Dr. Allison Schrager will deliver the 36th annual Milton Friedman Lecture on Monday, February 3rd at Marietta College.