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Carter G. Woodson Lyceum established

Jake Griffith, Sports Editor

In conjunction with the W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communications and the John Deaver Drinko Academy, Marshall University announced the formation of the Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum Friday...  Read More »

Jan 20

Upcoming events for Women’s Studies Program

Staff Report

The Women’s Studies Program discussed upcoming events they will be hosting during a meeting Wednesday. The biggest upcoming event they will be hosting is the Fourth Annual Monologues Project: Pillow...  Read More »

Jan 19

MU Huntington and South Charleston Campuses Connect

Jesse McLain, Reporter

Marshall University’s student body president, Matt Jarvis, and his student government team are working diligently to get the students at the South Charleston campus more involved at the main campus. The...  Read More »

Jan 19

Students make connections at MU Volunteer Fair

Heather Barker, Reporter

Classes, homework and friends can keep a student busy, but Marshall University encouraged students to volunteer for organizations in and around campus with a Volunteer Fair Wednesday. “We do this...  Read More »

Jan 19

Students learn how a small town can speak for all of America

Sadie Helmick, Reporter

Jack Shuler, an English professor turned journalist, compared how historical events will effect present  America. He made people question what would it be like to live on an island. Shuler presented ...  Read More »

Jan 19

Faculty Senate addresses budget deficit

Adam Stephens, Reporter

Shortcomings in the West Virginia state budget have the power to affect the state’s citizens in countless ways, including the thousands of students enrolled in public universities across the state. The Marshall...  Read More »

Jan 19

Faculty Senate takes a stance on campus assault

Ryan Fischer

Pamela Mulder raises discussion over student privacy policy during the faculty senate meeting at the Memorial Student Center Tuesday.

Faculty Senate takes a stance on campus assault

Adam Stephens, Reporter

In light of campus sexual assault cases across the country and even here on Marshall University’s campus, the faculty senate has passed a new amendment that will protect Title IX and the safety of stu...  Read More »

Jan 19

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Tie Breaking Winners!

Karenann Flouhouse, Reporter

In a Young Life College first, Tuesday’s Trivia Night almost ended with a tie! This was a great upset to the 11 teams in play, as there was no contingency plan in place to declare a winner in the event of a tie. Many...  Read More »

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Marshall students relieve stress, through chess

January 17, 2017

Lincoln Center Orchestra closes fall semester with holiday cheer

December 9, 2016

Seniors reflect on capstone exhibitions

December 9, 2016

Huntington Nutcracker to perform at Joan C. Edwards Peforming Arts Center

December 9, 2016

Column: Chance the Rapper’s Grammy noms and the legitimization of hip hop and the mixtape

Column: Chance the Rapper’s Grammy noms and the legitimization of hip hop and the mixtape

December 8, 2016

Thunder Dance participants are preparing to boogie for a cause

December 8, 2016

From Osaka to Huntington

From Osaka to Huntington

December 5, 2016

‘Awaken My Love!’: An Informal Album Review

‘Awaken My Love!’: An Informal Album Review

December 5, 2016

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