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Board of Governors vote to pass controversial students’ rights policy

Adam Stephens

Board Member Christie Kinsey delivers a student affairs committee report during the Board of Governors meeting Wednesday.

Board of Governors vote to pass controversial students’ rights policy

Adam Stephens, Reporter

The Marshall University Board of Governors unanimously voted to pass a controversial students rights policy Wednesday that some faculty members and students believed would cause uncertainty regarding a ...  Read More »

Feb 23

MU club combats anxiety, depression

Heather Barker, Reporter

A new club is emerging at Marshall University with members who want to combat issues such as anxiety, depression and suicide. “One Body” was started by three students who hope to create a more posi...  Read More »

Feb 23

Christian students take stand against human trafficking

Tom Jenkins

Baptist Campus Ministry spending 27 hours outside the Memorial Student Center raising awareness about human trafficking.

Christian students take stand against human trafficking

Ryan Murphy, Reporter

The Baptist Campus Ministry at Marshall University is taking a stand against human trafficking, which they consider to be modern slavery. “Slavery is very much thriving in different places of the wo...  Read More »

Feb 23

‘Empty Bowls’ leads to full stomachs

Rebecca Turnbull

Marshall University ceramics and clay club students made over 1,000 bowls for Empty Bowls in 2016.

‘Empty Bowls’ leads to full stomachs

Franklin Norton, Reporter

Empty Bowls leads to full stomachs in the tri-state area, and for the Marshall University ceramics department, that means it’s time to start working. Empty Bowls is an international initiative to rai...  Read More »

Feb 23

“Against All Odds” addresses society’s labels

Ryan Murphy, Reporter

Marshall University students were encouraged to take control of their lives and overcome society’s labels Tuesday during “Against All Odds,” a Black History Month event hosted by Black United Students. Brandi...  Read More »

Feb 23

Marshall University seeks social media ambassadors

Karenann Flouhouse, Reporter

Marshall University is starting a new Social Media Ambassador Program to share the student experience. Students accepted into the program for the rest of the 2017 spring semester will be a part of the...  Read More »

Feb 23

‘Rally for Healthcare’ strives to show importance of the ACA, Planned Parenthood

The "Rally for Healthcare" allows citizens to voice concerns about the future of the Affordable Care Act and Planned Parenthood.

‘Rally for Healthcare’ strives to show importance of the ACA, Planned Parenthood

Sadie Helmick, Reporter

Supporters of the Affordable Care Act and Planned Parenthood rallied in front of Congressman Evan Jenkins’ office on Wednesday. Jenkins represents the third congressional district of West Virginia. In...  Read More »

Feb 23

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Wesley Berg’s “Paw Paw: Works on Paper” comes to VAC

Hannah Swartz, Reporter

Artist Wesley Berg is from Dayton, Ohio and has been an artist in residence all over the world from Iceland to New Zealand. His trail running and traveling, especially throughout nature, has inspired his works. Berg’s artist demo...  Read More »

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Zilla Bash 2017 set to rock V-Club stage

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Luke Bryan: The VIP experience

February 23, 2017

The Book Nook: “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”

February 20, 2017

An Informal Album Review: “Process”

An Informal Album Review: “Process”

February 20, 2017

“Paw Paw” comes to the Carroll Art Gallery at VAC

February 20, 2017

Local ministry fundraiser weekend

February 19, 2017

Students get down with poetry and music at Black Koffee

February 19, 2017

Black Koffee celebrates Black History Month with art and literature presentations

February 16, 2017

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