Marietta College’s Andrew Novak ’23 (Sewickley, Pennsylvania) was recently recognized for his excellence in nonpartisan democratic engagement as an awardee of the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge’s Student Voting Honor Roll.
There are few traditions with more history or prestige at Marietta College than the induction of students into Phi Beta Kappa.
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.
Marietta College’s Samantha Rubadue ’22 (Ironton, Ohio) recently earned a first-place national award from the National Electronic Media Association for her undergraduate research about childhood sexual abuse in high-risk neighborhoods.
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.”
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.
It’s one more opportunity to enhance his résumé, and Justin Blasko ’22 (Youngstown, Ohio) was not going to skip it.
Of course, it helps that he gets to serve as a volunteer with the fan experience at this year’s NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Final Four in New Orleans.
Most students are traveling home or to the beach for spring break — but Spring Break 2022 for Tyler Johnston ’24 (Granville, Ohio) and eight of his Marietta College classmates means working for a premier brand in sports.
Dr. Casey B. Mulligan, Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago, will be delivering the Milton Friedman Lecture at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 22nd, at Marietta College's Alma McDonough Auditorium. The topic of his discussion is Public Policy and Substance Abuse.
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.