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.
Marietta’s faculty aren’t just talented professors in the classroom, they are also respected leaders in their fields.
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.
From research posters to original works of art, the 2022 All Scholars Day will highlight the talent and dedication to research of more than 180 students — and for the first time in two years, all events will be in-person.
When the estimated 130 students from 29 Ohio and West Virginia high schools start arriving on Marietta College’s campus on Friday, April 8th, Dr. Jay Dougherty is confident everyone will be ready.
In between rehearsing scenes for Reefer Madness, director Gwen Sour ’22 (Parkersburg, West Virginia) was pleased with what she was seeing. But she also knew it was a good opportunity to share some ideas on how to tighten up the scene.
After a productive exchange, Sour thought it was prudent to make one more suggestion.
The Marietta College Art Department is pleased to present its annual Senior Capstone Exhibition on display in the Atrium Gallery from April 1st through May 7th, featuring the work of the department’s senior artists and designers.
There will be an Artist Reception from 5:00-6:30 p.m. Friday, April 1st.