Following countless tests, papers and projects, Marietta College’s Class of 2018 received a new assignment from commencement speaker, Donald G. Ritter ’81, on Sunday afternoon.
Four years ago, students from across the country and the world converged on this quaint little river city to begin a truly remarkable journey.
Marietta College is mourning the loss of a longtime faculty and staff member who impacted the lives of countless students during a nearly 25-year tenure.
Dr. Margaret Ross, Marietta’s former Counseling Center Director and Professor of Counseling Services, died on April 2nd in Marietta. She was 91.
It's almost impossible not to hear or read something about cybersecurity these days, and issues related to it are on the rise.
With all of the hard work and long hours that they put in together during class and studying, graduate students in Marietta College’s Physician Assistant Program have a well-deserved reputation of forming special bonds within their cohort, and with the program faculty and staff.
It would seem that someone as accomplished as Don Ritter ’81 couldn’t be flabbergasted.
However, that’s exactly what happened when Marietta College President William N. Ruud asked Ritter to deliver the commencement address to nearly 250 graduates on May 6th in the Dyson Baudo Recreation Center.
Bryn Perkey ’13 had a simple goal when he returned to campus recently — say something that relates to today’s students.
During Marietta College’s second annual Day of Giving, 156 Pioneers showed their #Luv4MC by making a gift on February 14th, and another 30 stepped up as advocates to share the love.
Gregg Dyakon ’17 and his parents watched helplessly as news reports and updates from their Kingwood neighbors came in about how Category 4 Hurricane Harvey was pummeling their community.
Peg Howell ’77 was the first woman petroleum engineer to drill oil wells in the Gulf of Mexico and worked for years in the energy industry before starting a consulting firm geared toward developing senior executives in Fortune 500 companies.