Monthly Archives: June 2013

Athletic Training graduate wins national student writing contest

By: Andrew Knauff Publication: MC Office of College Relations 08/12/2013 ———– Marietta College’s Chyrsten Regelski ’13 (Greenville, Ohio) recently won the DeLoss Brubaker Student Writing Contest, which is awarded annually by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association. Of the three national awards Regelski was awarded for Best Original Research Paper. “I was shocked, honestly,” Regelski said. […]

New Sports Business Association growing fast on campus

By: Andrew Knauff Publication: MC Office of College Relations 08/10/13 ——— When most Marietta College students travel to Ohio University they’re  visiting friends or fulfilling a craving for Chipotle that can’t be satisfied any closer. But when Kiki Cunningham ’14 (Salesville, Ohio) goes to Athens, it’s all business. Last fall Cunningham attended Ohio University’s Sports […]

Belltower Books brings legal trouble to MC

By: Andrew Knauff Publication: The Marcolian(Student Newspaper) 02/21/13 ———– Belltower Books, which has served as an alternative to the bookstore for textbook buyback, is bringing legal trouble to Marietta College. Belltower was founded by two Cornell graduates in 2004 and has been employing college students to buy students’ used textbooks at rates comparable to their […]

Men’s crew struggles to rebuild historic program

By: Andrew Knauff Publication: The Marcolian(Student Newspaper) 02/22/13 ———— With a history steeped in Dad Vail championships and being able claim the first sport at Marietta College, the men’s rowing program is adding to its lore this year. Of course, it may be one of its darkest moments. Following a coaching change and a team […]

A donor did this for you: Donors send students to space

By: Andrew Knauff Publication: The Marcolian(Student Newspaper) 3/29/13 *This article is born out of creativity and is NOT to be taken as fact* ———– Anonymous sources from Marietta College’s past have leaked information that implicates Marietta College secretly building their own space station. “I’m honestly not surprised,” said Brandon Hemenway, a Marietta College senior. “Tuition […]

Marietta dumps baseball for cricket(satire)

By: Andrew Knauff Publication: The Marcolian(Student Newspaper) 3/29/13 ——— *This article is born out of creativity and is NOT to be taken as fact* Athletic Director Larry Hiser announced yesterday that Marietta College would be retiring their baseball program and ushering in a new era of cricket success. “We’re just kind of getting sick of […]

Faculty members developing autism communication program

By: Andrew Knauff Publication: MC Office of College Relations June, 2012 ———— The first weeks of school can be overwhelming for the average student, but for those with high functioning forms of autism, the difficulties are greatly multiplied. Marietta College’s Dr. William Bauer, McCoy Associate Professor of Education, has partnered with Dr. Christopher Klein, Assistant […]

Senior softball players looks to make last year count

By: Andrew Knauff Publication: The Marcolian(Student Newspaper) 12/3/2009 ————– Maggie Daubenmire makes being a student athlete look easy. Maggie, a senior Communications major and softball player, is able to maintain a 3.7 grade point average while participating in many extra-curricular activities such as Campus Crusade for Christ, Student Athlete Advisory Committee, McCoy Hall Council, Athletics […]

The Beautiful Game Becomes Tainted

By: Andrew Knauff Publication: The Marcolian(Student Newspaper) – Opinion September, 2009 ————– The passion that soccer fans have for their favorite club or international team is unmatched by any sport. Unfortunately, a plague that has affected many sports before has now infested the game fans love so much. A virus called money is starting to […]

College recognizes Greek Man & Woman of the Year

By: Andrew Knauff Publication: MC College Relations/Marietta Times 6/15/2012 Every year Marietta College recognizes two outgoing members of the Greek community for their commitment and dedication to their fraternity or sorority. The winners of the 2012 Greek Man & Woman of the year awards are Delta Tau Delta’s Ryan Nolen ’12 (Belpre, Ohio) and Sigma […]