Marietta: The traditional welcome of graduating seniors to the ranks of the alumni by the Marietta College Alumni Association continued on Sunday, December 8th when MCAA Board Vice-Chair Matt Weekley '81 addressed more than 200 seniors, friends and family at the McDonough Auditorium.
Marietta - For many Mid-Ohio Valley Pioneers, the highlight of the holiday season is the annual reception hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Bruno in the President's Residence. No matter rain nor sleet nor snow, the tradition has endured for decades and the traditional event lit up the community once again on Friday, December 6th.
D.C. Regional Association! Let's get together to celebrate the holidays. Along with enjoying good food, drinks, and a White Elephant gift exchange (items $10 or less).
For more information and to register click here!
Thanks to all those who participated in the fall semester CashCourse Brown Bag Lunch Series and congratulations to Lacey Caparanis, our $50 Visa card winner, who attended the series and qualified for the gift card drawing!
Washington: For an institution as rich in tradition as Marietta College, it takes something special to grab the spotlight, but the charter of the first regional association in its history certainly qualified this past week in Washington, D.C.
Leaf through the 1899 edition of the Mariettana, Marietta College’s student yearbook, and it’s not only a trip through yesteryear, but also a reminder of the special bond between that traditional, end-of-year rite of passage and ongoing connection graduates carry for the rest of their lives.
Marietta: Not even the threat of rain could dampen the spirits of dozens of local alumni who made their way to Don Drumm Stadium on Saturday night to celebrate Wood County, WV, Day and the first home game for new coach Andy Waddle and his Marietta College football team.
President and Mrs. Bruno hosted Marietta College students at their house on Tuesday, Sept. 3, for food and conversation. Over 90 students from all years and majors were represented, including a large contingent of new Physician Assistant students.