Interactive app makes history portable

Interactive app makes history portable

By Hannah Harman, Reporter

January 23, 2015

Marshall University’s Department of History Director David Trowbridge worked with students and the John Deaver Drinko Library staff to develop the website and app—The Clio. The Clio is an interactive app that allows users to add and edit historical information. The app can guide users to a... READ MORE »

Interactive app makes history portable

Screenshot via The Clio

A website and an interactive app named The Clio, created at Marshall University, allows users to add and edit historical information for locations in the community. It gives users a chance to better understand all the history that surrounds them.

Interactive app makes history portable

By Hannah Harman, Reporter

Marshall University’s Department of History Director David Trowbridge worked with students and the John Deaver Drinko Library staff to develop the website and app—The Clio. The Clio is an interactive...  Read More »

January 23, 2015

GOOD NEWS FOR CRAFT BREWS

Megan Osborne

The new proposal by Gov. Tomblin would help West Virginia Craft Brewers, like Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company, who supplies beer to Huntington's Black Sheep Burrito and Brews.

GOOD NEWS FOR CRAFT BREWS

By Kelsie Lively, Reporter

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin called for review of craft brewing laws Jan 14 during the annual State of the State address in the house chamber of the State Capital Complex. The West Virginia Craft Brewers Guild,...  Read More »

January 23, 2015

Marshall welcomes new Senior Vice President for operations

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Marshall welcomes new Senior Vice President for operations

By Sara Ryan, Reporter

Brandi Jacobs-Jones replaced Karen Kirtley on May 12, 2014 as Marshall University’s Senior Vice President for Operations and Chief of Staff. As Senior VP for operations Jacobs-Jones is in charge of...  Read More »

January 23, 2015

Marshall to stage annual Cello Day

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Marshall University's Cello Day Recital offers students the opportunity to receive instruction from a guest teacher.

Marshall to stage annual Cello Day

By Mikaela Keener, Reporter

Marshall University’s College of Arts and Media will present its annual Cello Day Recital 5 p.m. Sunday in Smith Recital Hall. Music Professor Şőlen Dikener said before the recital, students will...  Read More »

January 23, 2015

Gender roles – Toilet paper rolls

Andrea Steele

Gender-neutral restrooms are established on Marshall's campus allowing students, who do not claim a specific gender identity, to feel more comfortable about going to the restroom.

Gender roles – Toilet paper rolls

By Caitlin Fowlkes, Reporter

Marshall University is making changes to its restrooms on campus. Five gender-neutral, or family restrooms, have been installed. The purpose of gender-neutral bathrooms is to make students who do not...  Read More »

January 23, 2015

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The BUZZ at Tat-Nice

The BUZZ at Tat-Nice

By Karima Neghmouche, Reporter

Tat-Nice Tattoos is as colorful as it gets. Located in downtown Huntington, some may wonder what the “buzz” is about. Tattooing is not a new trend, but it is very popular, especially among college students who are...  Read More »

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