For three McDonough Leadership scholars, the spring semester will begin like normal, but after just one week of classes, they will depart campus again, not for home but for Annapolis, Maryland, where the 2018 The U.S. Naval Academy Leadership Conference is being held from Jan. 21-24.
Gregg Dyakon ’17 and his parents watched helplessly as news reports and updates from their Kingwood neighbors came in about how Category 4 Hurricane Harvey was pummeling their community.
Peg Howell ’77 was the first woman petroleum engineer to drill oil wells in the Gulf of Mexico and worked for years in the energy industry before starting a consulting firm geared toward developing senior executives in Fortune 500 companies.
The education opportunities in the Pioneer City have become more expansive thanks to a new partnership between Marietta College and Washington State Community College (WSCC).
Having gone down this path 20 years earlier, John B. Langel ’70 was the right person for the women on the U.S. Women’s Hockey Team to contact.
The entrepreneurial mindset that flows throughout the Marietta College student body was on full display on Friday, December 1st when students presented 21 different for- and non-profit business projects during the first round of this year’s PioBiz competition.
Liz Nedved ’20 (Circleville, Ohio) didn’t expect an opportunity like this in her first semester of Marietta College’s Sports Management program.
Eleven members of Marietta College’s Greek Community were initiated into Gamma Sigma Alpha, National Greek Academic Honor Society on Monday, December 4th.
As a steady rain pelted the finely manicured grass outside, a small group of golfers gathered around a computer screen hoping to see some positive updates on the forecast.
It took a little nudge from a professor to get Hailey Bennett ’18 to apply for the New York Studio School Drawing Marathon that was held in September.
Even then, Bennett was still hesitant about the possibility of spending a week in New York City doing almost nothing but drawing.