Wali Jamal Abdullah, a Pittsburgh native and actor/playwright with History’s Flipside Productions, will be in residence at Marietta College from February 3rd-5th.
Marietta College’s Jolene Powell has been selected to serve as one of three jurors for the Ohio Arts Council's Biennial Juried Exhibition in 2023.
Marc Ponchione ’96 came to Marietta from Pennsylvania not knowing a soul and hoping to play baseball for the legendary coach Don Schaly. The first person he met at Marietta was Eric Abood ’96, a charismatic freshman who lived on the same floor in Mary Beach Hall.
As Bella May ’22 (Mentor, Ohio) prepares to graduate from Marietta College in December, she is also staring at an exciting future living in Japan.
“I actually plan on teaching English as a second language in Japan,” she said. “This is something that I have always wanted to do.”
Some students dreamed of traveling halfway across the world to study in foreign lands. Some had dreams of connecting with other cultures and thriving in an international setting.
At the start of the fall semester, McCoy Professor of Graphic Design Sara Rosenstock learned that she made the cut as a Glowforge Education Ambassador, a program that highlights educators across the country that transform teaching and learning for their students.
The Adam Larson Trio is performing at 4:00 p.m., Friday, September 16th, at Marietta College’s Alma McDonough Auditorium. The concert is free and open to the public.
There will also be a pre-concert masterclass and lecture at 2:00 p.m.
As the Sternwheel Festival draws tens of thousands of visitors to the banks of the Ohio River, Shakespeare by the River will give audiences the chance to see three performances of Into the Woods on the Muskingum River.
The Marietta College Art Department is pleased to present “BITTER EARTH,” an exhibition by California artist Carla Jay Harris in collaboration with Dr. Brenda Stevenson, which will be on display for the majority of the fall semester.