Watching your undergraduate student excel during an event that includes mostly graduate students is a proud moment for any professor. Seeing that same student take top prize for the work is even better.
For the second time since he arrived in 2016, Marietta College’s Board of Trustees has awarded President William N. Ruud a contract extension.
Nick Gennuso ’24 (Washington, D.C.) describes receiving a full scholarship to Marietta College as “an amazing opportunity,” but it’s an opportunity for which he feels both grateful and guilty at the same time.
Theatre as an art form and as an enterprise has always required collaboration and out-of-the-box thinking to ensure that the saying "the show must go on" actually happens. Creativity and flexibility have never been more important for the Department of Theatre at Marietta College than this year.
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.
When Anthony Williams started his own business — Anthony’s Express Mobile Detailing — he followed a simple mantra that helped keep him focused in the early days.
As a part of its virtual homecoming celebration — Stay HOMEcoming 2020 — this past weekend (October 16-17), the Marietta College community celebrated the hard work and perseverance of its student-athletes through a Virtual Stadium Sell-Out event to raise funds on the
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.