Bryn Perkey ’13 had a simple goal when he returned to campus recently — say something that relates to today’s students.
It will be warmer than normal, and the sun will be shining when more than 750 Marietta College alumni and friends arrive for Homecoming 2017.
As campus settles into a new academic year, the leadership at Marietta College reflects on how well the 2016-17 year was for the Pioneer family.
When Dr. Robert Boswell ’73 was a student at Marietta College, he heard about Founders Day though he didn’t know much about it.
Every college student has been assigned a case study to research and write a report. It’s right up there with group projects and adding a works cited page.
Mark Vizza ’98 remembers them all too well, and every case study seemed to come from another era.
A few students were emotional, others were smiling ear to ear and a couple just wanted to hand the microphone off to the next person.
Tom Kaminski ’84 was a serious student who made a strong impression on Paul Spear, the longtime chair of Marietta College’s Athletic Training program.
During the height of the deadly 2014 Ebola outbreak in Africa, a team of journalists from The New York Times began reporting on various aspects of the virus’ impact on West Africa that ranged from the medical community and global response to how a close-knit culture began changing in an effort to stave off the disease’s spread.