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.
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.
The strength and connectivity of The Long Blue Line were important to Matt Weekley ’81 when he was a student, and it remains relevant now as a loyal and accomplished alumnus.
Ron ’72 and Simi Rinard realize just how life-changing and rewarding traveling abroad and learning about other cultures can be, which is why they decided to endow the Ronald ’72 and Simin Shelton Rinard International Travel Grants Program with a $1.5 million pledge over the course of five years.
Continuing a positive trend for Marietta College's Public Accounting program, all five students from the Spring 2021 capstone seminar secured jobs prior to graduation and are enjoying the early stages of their careers.
Marietta College’s Thadd Graham ’22 (Sunbury, Ohio), Allyssa Hagenbaugh ’23 (Stow, Ohio), Zachary Klein ’22 (Evergreen, Colorado) and Aditya Shah ’25 (Birgunj, Nepal) recently gained some real-life entrepreneurial experience as they attended Babson College’s week-long course on Entrepreneurial Mindshift.
Dr. Michael Morgan ’10 is the 41st different person to be named a McCoy Professor at Marietta College since its inception in 1995.
What sets him apart is that he is the first Marietta graduate to receive the College’s most prestigious teaching honor.
Last year, Marietta College alumnus Jeremy Jusek ’10 reached out to the Theatre Department to create the kind of program that he always wanted to take part in as an undergraduate student. One where he could give students a one-on-one experience.