ROTC Field Training Exercises Build Confidence

ROTC Field Training Exercises Build Confidence

Freshman Cadet Cody Corski recently wrote about his experiences at his first Field Training Exercise. My first Field Training Exercise (FTX) was a lot of hard work, but overall, a great time! We were able to participate in great activities like an obstacle course, confidence course, battle formation drills, medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) training, and lots [Continue Reading…]

ROTC Cadets Win Ranger Challenge Again

ROTC Cadets Win Ranger Challenge Again

Maranatha’s U.S. Army ROTC cadets claimed first place in the Ranger Challenge for the third time in four years, once again beating teams from much larger colleges and universities during the five-man competition at Fort McCoy in October. Charlie Company won three of the eight events (obstacle course, one-rope bridge, day land navigation) and finished [Continue Reading…]

Troop Leader Training Unique Experience for ROTC Cadet

Troop Leader Training Unique Experience for ROTC Cadet

Maranatha ROTC Cadet Andrew Domsic retells the story of his three weeks at Cadet Troop Leader Training in Georgia this summer. One of the greatest training opportunities for ROTC cadets is the Cadet Troop Leader Training (CTLT) program. This program is an internship during which the cadet spends 2-to-4 weeks shadowing a lieutenant in an [Continue Reading…]

Army ROTC Orientation Scheduled for Aug. 25

Army ROTC Orientation Scheduled for Aug. 25

Returning, new, and prospective cadets can all participate in Army ROTC Orientation, August 25 at 10 a.m. at Maranatha. The event is mandatory for all cadets. Visitors and spectators are welcome. The day will include a variety of demonstrations, competitions, and team building activities, and ends with a free sub sandwich lunch. Orientation begins in [Continue Reading…]

U.S. Senate Candidate Thompson Visits Campus

U.S. Senate Candidate Thompson Visits Campus

“You have a nursing program?” “You have ROTC?” “Wait, you have a Sport Management degree?” Former Wisconsin Governor and U.S. Senate candidate Tommy Thompson seemed surprised at the breadth of education available at Maranatha when he visited campus July 13. The surprise was warranted; after all, Maranatha has come a long way since Thompson was [Continue Reading…]

Spring/Summer 2012 Print Edition

Spring/Summer 2012 Print Edition

Leaf through the Spring/Summer 2012 edition of the Maranatha Advantage by clicking expand below. Zoom in at any time by clicking once inside the context of any page. You may also download this edition in PDF format. [issuu width=590 height=400 showHtmlLink=false backgroundColor=%23222222 documentId=120621191516-769cbc5aea9a42bbbdeffa9af8520817 name=spring-2012-maranatha-advantage username=maranathaedu tag=advantage unit=px v=2] Articles from previous print editions can be [Continue Reading…]

Counted Faithful: Larry Carlson and the Hershbergers

Counted Faithful: Larry Carlson and the Hershbergers

Three of Maranatha’s most faithful and enduring servants will retire this summer. Athletic Facilities Manager Larry Carlson has worked 40 years at the College, Registrar Dr. David Hershberger 38 and Teacher Education Department Associate Professor Barbara Hershberger 33. The Board of Trustees granted faculty emeritus status to the Hershbergers upon their retirement. These three stories [Continue Reading…]