College offers new self-defense class for women

Taylor Hanigosky tmh004@marietta.edu In an effort to better arm female students with knowledge and defense strategies, the Marietta College Police Department is offering a one-credit physical education course in...

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Disabled students integrate into college life

Sydney Gregory smg002@marietta.edu Warren High School junior Anna Best rolls onto the Marietta College campus sporting a Tootsie Roll printed messenger bag draped over the arm of a bright...

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Low numbers at first SGA “town hall” meeting

Paul Bieniek pbb001@marietta.edu Whether they represent an urban congressional district of millions or a tiny neighborhood in a small town, elected officials need to hear about which issues are...

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Presumed hazing-related incidents cause moratorium at WVU

Elissa Collopy eac001@marietta.edu West Virginia University freshman Nolan Burch died Nov. 13 after being found “on the floor and without any pulse or respiration” at the fraternity house of...

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Marietta home to renowned hypnotist

Colin Williams cjw003@marietta.edu Twenty years in the past, young Mike Bishop waits backstage for his first show performing as a hypnotist. He is not nervous physically, but has a...

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