Her world was crumbling all around her. No, it was actually in a freefall and Hannah Garofalo ’21 didn’t know what to do next.
Unlike the majority of her Longwood High School classmates in Middle Island, New York, Lindsey McCoy ’24 started her college career with in-person classes this fall.
“I feel very lucky to be on campus, because most of my friends are attending colleges where they are remote-only this fall,” Lindsey says.
After making a late-season run, Marietta College’s League of Legends team is excited to be participating in the Great Lakes Esports Conference playoffs, which begin Saturday, October 31st.
Marietta College announced today (May 7, 2020) that it plans to reopen campus and have in-person classes for Fall 2020, which includes opening the residence halls and dining services for all 1,200 students.
Marietta College’s 2020-21 Student Government Association leadership team all hails from Ohio, including local resident Katie Kitchen ’21 (Marietta, Ohio) who was elected Student Body President.
As it became clear that students would not be returning to colleges and universities across the U.S. amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Marietta College quickly adapted and classes are running fairly smoothly.
Two Marietta College students recently earned national scholarships from Order of Omega, the Greek Honorary Society.
One of the most important celebrations in the Asian community is once again coming to the Marietta College campus.
For a brief moment, Emileigh Mathis ’23 (Portsmouth, Ohio) stood in Dyson Baudo Recreation Center with friends Racheal Tingley ’23 (Tipp City, Ohio) and Jensen Greer ’22 (McConnelsville, Ohio), and reflected on why she chose to attend Monday morning’s Martin Luther King Jr.