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Fall 2013 Marietta Magazine

On Thanksgiving Day, Morgan Armstrong ’17 won’t be sitting around the dinner table enjoying turkey, dressing and pumpkin pie; nor will she be watching football from the family’s Parkersburg, W.Va. living room couch.

Actually, you’ll be able to see what the freshman is up to that day from pretty much any home in America if you’re tuned into the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The world-class jump rope champion will be performing during the parade. It will be the second time that Morgan, who holds several national titles and 15 world titles in competitive jump roping, has performed during the special parade.

Morgan is Also in this edition, alumnus James Speed Hensinger ’68 shares stunning photographs he took during her time as In addition, the Developments section highlights how generous gifts in the name of faculty tug on the heartstrings of our beloved Marietta professors and lessen the financial burden facing today’s crop of talented students.

These are just some of what’s in store for your reading pleasure in the upcoming edition of your alumni magazine. If you have

Spring 2013


Fall 2012

Fall 2012 Marietta Magazine

Campus was in full celebration mode during the second weekend of October.

Not only was it the start of the 2012 Homecoming Weekend, which welcomed hundreds of alumni and guests to campus, but it was also the moment that the College officially welcomed Dr. Joseph W. Bruno into the Marietta family.

In the latest edition of Marietta, The Magazine of Marietta College, you can catch up on festivities that surrounded this historic event, which took place during Homecoming Weekend 2012.

Also in this edition, learn about the impact the Dyson Baudo Recreation Center has had on campus since its completion

Don't forget, as you read through the Class Notes section, to send in an update or


Spring 2012

Fall 2011

Fall 2011 Marietta Magazine

As one of the top liberal arts colleges in the Midwest, Marietta College prides itself on its ability to prepare students for the ever-changing workplace and community.

In this edition of Marietta, The Magazine of Marietta College, you will learn about the new Office for Diversity and Inclusion, as well as meet the new vice president, Dr. Richard Danford, whose role it is to identify and develop programs that allow the College to better recruit and retain international and minority students.

Today's working environment demands professionals who are able to adapt to diverse fields and work with an array of people from various backgrounds and cultures. Because Marietta recognizes the value of being exposed to such dynamic environments, it's important to attract

Also in the magazine, you'll read about the strength and perseverance of alumna Rebecca Holzworth '10, who was critically injured this year in

Glancing ahead to next spring, when the next edition of the magazine will hit the mail, we are asking alumni to send in their personal stories and, if possible, photographs of their memories of Parsons Hall, which is scheduled to be razed once the new residence hall is completed next fall.


Spring 2011


Fall 2010


Spring 2010

Spring 2010 Marietta Magazine

There's music in the air…at Marietta College. This edition looks at Marietta's academic music program as well as the many ensembles and choirs that touch every department on campus. It also features Steven Moore '13, the 2008 National Banjo Champion who happens to be

Other interesting features in the magazine include


Fall 2009


Spring 2009

Spring 2009 Marietta Magazine

Earlier this year, the College celebrated the opening of the Anderson Hancock Planetarium. This edition takes

The magazine also gives readers


Fall 2008


Spring 2008


Fall 2007

Fall 2007 Marietta Magazine

This edition of Marietta, The Magazine of Marietta College focuses on the impact that the McDonough Center for Leadership and Business has had on the world through its scholars and their influences. Since the late Alma McDonough gave

In addition to the McDonough stories, the magazine also introduces the new men's and women's basketball coaches —Jon VanderWal and Jill Meiring —and features


Spring 2007


Fall 2006

Fall 2006 Marietta Magazine

The premiere edition of Marietta, The Magazine of Marietta College spotlights how the College prepares students to live and work in the global society. One of the College's tenets is to foster internationalization. Among the many interesting features in Marietta's new alumni publication, you'll read about how students are encouraged to learn about other cultures by studying abroad and how the College is attracting an increased population of international students.

Also in this edition, the architects at Burgess & Niple, Inc., give readers