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WMUL racks up 10 awards at NBS Conference in New York

Dr. Charles Bailey | WMUL

NBS award recepients, From left to right: Monica Zalaznik (Online Director), Adam Rogers (Executive Director), Kyra Biscarner (News Director) and Sage Shavers (Traffic Director).

WMUL racks up 10 awards at NBS Conference in New York

Christian Davis, Reporter

Marshall University’s radio platform, WMUL, attended the National Broadcasting Society conference over the weekend, in East Rutherford, New Jersey, where they were awarded several winning positions in ...

March 27

Women’s Center to host “Pillow Talk Monologues Project”

Alexia Lilly, Reporter

The Women’s Center is presenting the “Pillow Talk Monologues Project” Friday in the Joan C. Edwards Performing Arts Center. The fourth annual event will feature monologues, poems and essays on gender, se...

March 27

Safety Town updates vehicles, students get to test drive

Sadie Helmick

Children test out new cars at Safety Town while learning the rules of traffic safety.

Safety Town updates vehicles, students get to test drive

Franklin Norton, Reporter

Anyone who grew up in Huntington, or has watched the McElroy brothers series “My Bother, My Brother and Me,” is familiar with a little place known as Safety Town. For years, Safety Town has hosted ...

March 27

Manchin makes stop in Huntington for health care town hall

Manchin makes stop in Huntington for health care town hall

Franklin Norton, Reporter

Members of the community gathered Friday at the Keith-Albee Theatre in Huntington for a town hall with senior U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.V. The town hall’s focus was on healthcare, in reaction to the proposed ...

March 19

Student organization dispels rumors, misconceptions about Atheism

Ryan Murphy, Reporter

Marshall University’s Secular Student Alliance allowed other students to ask its members questions about atheism and secularism Thursday in the Memorial Student Center. SSA is a student organization...

March 17

Police Blotter

Heather Barker, Reporter

At approximately 1:54 a.m. March 16, a white male in a gray Ford Focus was pulled over by Marshall University Police Department on Fifth Avenue in the 2000 block for driving without headlights. While conducting...

March 16

Jarvis, Kinner re-elected for a second term

Franklin Norton, Reporter

The results of the 2017 Student Government Association election were announced Thursday, where incumbent president, Matt Jarvis, and incumbent vice president, Emily Kinner, won against opposing candidates...

March 16

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