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Meet The Candidates: Tyler Preston

Writing on the Mall sat down with six of the nine Homecoming candidates.  Here is our interview with Tyler Preston, Charles Sumner Harrison Organization’s representative.

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Posted by    Date: Wednesday, October 27, 2010

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Meet The 2010 Homecoming Candidates

The excitement has been building, and now the curtains can come down…here are your Homecoming candidates for 2010.  Candidates are listed in alphabetical order by last name, King candidates first, then Queen candidates.

Homecoming Candidate Steve Baranoski

Steve Baranoski – Lambda Chi Alpha

Homecoming Candidate Derek Ensinger

Derek Ensinger – Delta Tau Delta

Homecoming Candidate Blake Johnson

Blake Johnson – Alpha Tau Omega

Homecoming Candidate Tyler Preston

Colin “Tyler” Preston – Charles Sumner Harrison Organization

Homecoming Candidate Amanda Case

Amanda Case – Omicron Chi Theta

Homecoming Candidate Amber Davis

Amber Davis – Sigma Kappa

Homecoming Candidate Jen Kuhn

Jen Kuhn – Chi Omega

Homecoming Candidate Jessica "Lippy" Lipniskas

Jessica “Lippy” Lipniskas – Alpha Xi Delta

Homecoming Candidate Alison Matas

Alison Matas – Honors House

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Posted by    Date: Thursday, October 21, 2010

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Looking Ahead: Coming Events

Looking for something to do this week or next week?  Here’s a list of events coming up (special thanks to David Travis for providing this list).

For a full schedule of what’s happening in the weeks and months ahead, check out the Calendar Page.

TONIGHT, January 29
BINGO - 8:00 PM
The Gathering Place - Sponsored by CUB

TONIGHT, January 29
The Gathering Place - Sponsored by FNF

Friday, February 5
CATALYST & DYSIFA – Christian Rap – 10 PM
The Gathering Place - Sponsored by: CSHO, CUB, FAN, MultiCultural Affairs, Student Activities & Greek Life

Saturday, February 6
The Gathering Place - Sponsored by FNF

Saturday, February 6
Pastime Lanes - Sponsored by FNF

Sunday, February 7
The Gathering Place - Sponsored by CUB & IFC

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Posted by    Date: Friday, January 29, 2010

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Do You Have Your Fashion I.D.?

Charles Sumner Harrison Organization’s annual fashion show, titled Fashion I.D. this year, is November 20th at 7 pm in Fenton Court.  And I’m writing this to let you know that tickets are on sale now!

Student tickets are $2, while Community Members, Staff, and Faculty tickets are $5.  You can purchase tickets at the Multicultural Lounge in the first floor of Andrews Hall, or find one of the many fashion show volunteers who will be able to sell you a ticket all around campus.

This year, funds raised will go towards the Boys and Girls Club of Marietta, located within the Salvation Army on Front Street.

The Fashion Show is always a huge event on campus, so get a ticket and go see what everybody will be talking about for the next 4 weeks (before and after the show).  It’s gonna be big!

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Posted by    Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2009

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Halloween Celebrations Kick Off Today

Writing on the Mall is feeling the Halloween spirit a day early, since many celebrations kick off today.

The Academic Resource Center will be celebrating the occasion from 11 AM to 2 PM.  Refreshments will be served.

Pumpkin Carving will be at the Gathering Place tonight for Friday Night Fever.  Festivities begin at 10 PM.  Pumpkins will be provided by Lambda Chi Alpha

Haunted Hermann is from 6:30 to 8:30 PM at the Hermann Fine Arts center.  Either donate canned goods, $1, or warm clothes to be admitted.  Haunted Hermann is sponsored by APO, A&H Council, Kappa Pi, and Charles Sumner Harrison Organization.

College Union Board, National Broadcasting Society, and A&H Council will be hosting a Halloween Party at the Gathering Place Saturday night starting at 7 PM.  There will be a costume contest, classic horror films, and more to enjoy.  This event runs until 1 AM.

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Posted by    Date: Friday, October 30, 2009

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Who You're Voting On

court01Thanks to a Press Release from Tom Perry at College Relations, I have true bios for each of the candidates.  Voting takes place today (Thursday, October 15th) and tomorrow (Friday, October 16th) from 11 AM to 1 PM and 5 to 7 PM.  Your student ID is required to vote.  You can meet the candidates in person at Munchies on the Mall tonight at 6 PM in Upper Gilman.  Writing on the Mall will be presenting coverage of Homecoming 2009, so stay tuned for the latest.  Here they are, in alphabetical order:

Erin Boyle
boyle_erinBoyle, of North Olmsted, Ohio, is heavily involved on campus, including membership with Psi Chi Honorary, Student Alumni Association, Student Senate Planning Committee, McDonough Leadership Program, American Advertising Federation, Women’s Choir, The Marcolian and as part of a number of Marietta Musical Theater Productions. Boyle, daughter of Neil and Dawn Boyle, is majoring in Psychology with minors in Advertising & Public Relations and Marketing. Her alumni escort is Kellen Boyle ’09.

Christa Dunlevy
dunlevy_christa1Dunlevy, of Malvern, Ohio, is an Organizational Communication and Public Relations major with a minor in Marketing. She has a certificate in Leadership Studies from the McDonough Leadership Program. She continues to work with the McDonough Leadership Program as a project leader for Alumni Relations. She has been the captain of the Marietta College Dance Team for three years. Dunlevy, daughter of Mary Laubacher, is a member of Lambda Pi Eta and Alpha Lambda Delta. She is also a Student-Athlete Advisory Committee representative and the Chair of PioPalooza. She has also been the head dispatcher at College Police for the past year. Her brother J.C. Kowal will be her escort.

Nancy Flowers
flowers_nancy1Flowers, of Bellaire, Ohio, is a member of Alpha Psi Omega (Theatre Honorary), Marietta College’s Theatre Department and Women’s Choir. Flowers, daughter of Michael and Cheri Flowers, is majoring in Musical Theatre with a minor in Management. Her father will escort her Saturday.

Emily McGinty
mcginty_emily1Representing Alpha Xi Delta, McGinty is the Public Relations Vice President of the sorority, and also a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Omega, Tau Pi Phi and the leadership department. During her time at Marietta, she has participated in Student Senate, Relay for Life and women’s crew. She is majoring in Public Relations & Advertising. McGinty, of Dalton, Ohio, is the daughter of Jeff and Bev McGinty. Her father and Marietta College alumna Melissa Schulte ’09 will escort her.

Megan McGrath
mcgrath_megan1Representing Chi Omega, McGrath is the president of Omicron Delta Kappa and Vice President of Kappa Delta Pi. She is also the Vice President of Order of Omega, Treasurer of the Hockey Club, Senior Interviewer for Admission, and former President of Chi Omega. McGrath, daughter of Gary and Robin McGrath, is from Pittsburgh, Pa. She is majoring in Middle Childhood Education with certificates in Leadership, Teachers as Leaders and Reading Endorsement. Her father will serve as her escort.

Andrew Bolton
bolton_andrew1Representing Lambda Chi Alpha, Bolton is a member of the Pioneer Tennis Team, Ultimate Frisbee and the McDonough Student Advisory Council. Bolton, of Baltimore, Md., will earn a degree in Economics with a minor in both Leadership and Management. Blakely Dye ’11 will escort Bolton, son of Bryan and Beth Bolton.

Michael Cress
cress_michael1Cress, of Atlantic City, N.J., is a Senior Interviewer for Admission, he teaches second graders at Ely Chapman Education Foundation, and he is involved with the Erwin Knights Education Association. He has directed campus excursions for the College Union Board, published articles in The Marcolian, worked on the Presidential campaign trail in 2008, and rowed with the Men’s Crew. Cress, son of Frederick Cress and Katherine Neifert, is majoring in English and Adolescent/Young Adult Education. Kasie Robb ’10 and Assistant Professor Carolyn Backus will serve as his escorts.

Donhnall Godfrey
Godfrey, of Parkersburg, W.Va., is Vice President of the Honors House and Vice President of the English Honorary Sigma Tau Delta. Godfrey, son of Shawn and Lori Godfrey, is an English major with a minor in Art and a certificate in Writing. His alumni escort is Elizabeth Wallace ’09.

Greg Geisler
geisler_greg1Geisler, Alpha Tau Omega’s nominee, works at the campus Academic Resource Center, is a member of the Student Alumni Association and is very active in intramural sports. Geisler, of North Royalton, Ohio, is the son of Greg and Rose Geisler. He is majoring in Business Management with a minor in Marketing. Brian Page ’05 will serve as Geisler’s alumni escort.

Jeremy Jusek
jusek_jeremy1Jusek is representing Delta Tau Delta, an organization that he currently serves as the corresponding secretary. The Garrettsville, Ohio, native is President of the Honors House and Alpha Psi Omega. He is a member of the Chemistry Club and is earning degrees in both Chemistry and Theatre. He is also minoring in Philosophy with a certificate in Writing. Kim Keesler ’12 and Mandy Bics ’09 will escort Jusek, son of Lauren Jusek.

Phil York
york_phil1York, of Frederick, Md., is highly involved with numerous organizations on campus, including Sophomore Student Senate Representative, College Union Board Vice President and Music Chair, McDonough Student Advisory Committee Junior Representative, McDonough Student Teacher’s Assistant, Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Representative for Admission, and member Charles Sumner Harrison Organization. York is also a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, Pi Alpha Theta and Omicron Delta Kappa. During the spring semester he will conduct an internship in Washington, D.C.

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Posted by    Date: Thursday, October 15, 2009

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Quick Hits

  • Club MC Pictures are up on our Facebook Page.  They will eventually reach Flickr (Once I find a spot that will allow me to upload to Flickr, since the college won’t allow me to.  For some reason they have a content filter on uploading pictures to Flickr.  Who knew?)  So go check those out.  There is a photo of every booth.
  • Apparently parking for upperclassmen has been greatly reduced on campus.  The story goes that all of the parking in front of the Gathering Place has been converted from mixed parking (Freshmen and Upperclassmen) to Freshmen only.  While I haven’t investigated it too much, there is a Facebook group asking students to e-mail the administrators at the school to fix the problem.  I’ll try to get some more info on the situation.
  • The Charles Sumner Harrison Organization Icebreaker is tonight at the Gathering Place at 10 PM.  Go enjoy the music, fun, food and drinks.  The event is a Blacklight Party, so dress for the occasion.
  • Blessid Union of Souls is tomorrow night at the Gathering Place.  Everything starts at 8 PM, so get there early for the best seats.
  • Today is Pioneer Pride Day! Make sure to wear your favorite Marietta College shirt today, and take a photo of yourself wearing it.  Then send it to Tom Perry at College Relations to be included in the Pioneer Pride photo gallery.

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Posted by    Date: Friday, August 28, 2009

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College receives $5,000 Grant to Alleviate Hunger

Thanks to the work of the Americorps-VISTA rep here at Marietta College (currently Renee Steffen), there are now $5,000 in funds to help alleviate hunger in the region.  The grant will help pay for three hunger-related projects that will be run by three student organizations on campus.  Lambda Chi Alpha, Charles Sumner Harrison Organization, and Circle K will each be organizing a project.

The article is posted here on the Marietta College website.

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Posted by    Date: Monday, April 27, 2009

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Justice Coming to Marietta

Justice, a music duo from France, is coming to Marietta.  I don’t know much about them, other than I do have one song from them, called “D.A.N.C.E.”  It’s pretty good.  They’re a club group, so be ready to dance if you go.

It’s Saturday night, starting at 8 PM.  The night is co-sponsored by CUB and Charles Sumner Harrison Organization.

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Posted by    Date: Friday, February 6, 2009

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CSHO Fashion Show Raises Big Bucks!

I was at the Charles Sumner Harrison Organization Fashion Show last year, and am happy to report they raised over $1,000 for the Humane Society.  Props to them for their continued ability to put on huge events.

I have video from the event, but I am waiting for the final copy and permission before posting it.  Should be a week or two.

On another note…is there anything going on this weekend?  I know of the OXO and ATO formals, but other than that, no big events.  Post a comment is you know of anything going down.

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Posted by    Date: Saturday, November 22, 2008

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