• A FALLEN LEADER

    A FALLEN LEADER

    Codi Mohr, Executive Editor

    December 18, 2014

    “Dr. Kopp was a visionary in higher education, and his loss will be reflected in this institution for a long time as will his accomplishments,” Sellards said. “All you have to do is look around campus as the legacy this man has left, and it will be a legacy that will affect generations in this community.” READ MORE »»

    A wreath displayed in the middle of Marshall University's campus pays tribute to President Stephen J. Kopp who died suddenly Wednesday.

    Codi Mohr

  • Column: My time with President Kopp

    Column: My time with President Kopp

    Taylor Stuck , Columnist

    December 18, 2014

    It was always a question at the paper: Do we call him Stephen Kopp or Stephen J. Kopp? Personally, I preferred Stephen J. Kopp. I just like the sound of it more. It sounds like him. I met President Kopp when I was a sophomore. It was spring 2013 semester and I was a reporter for The Parthenon.... READ MORE »»

  • Herd fights but falls in Capitol Classic

    Herd fights but falls in Capitol Classic

    Shannon Stowers, Assistant Sports Editor

    December 15, 2014

    “Each game, we’re growing together as a team, on and off the court and in the locker room we’re coming together more.” - Justin Edmonds READ MORE »»

    Marshall’s Cheikh Sane holds as Herd men’s basketball takes on Concord University in an exhibition game Nov. 8 at the Cam Henderson Center.

    Lexi Browning

  • HERD WINS

    HERD WINS

    Shannon Stowers, Assistant Sports Editor

    December 8, 2014

    Twelve years after hosting its last conference championship game, a 49-45 win over the University of Toledo, the Marshall University football... READ MORE »»

    Richard Crank

A FALLEN LEADER

A FALLEN LEADER

Codi Mohr, Executive Editor

“Dr. Kopp was a visionary in higher education, and his loss will be reflected in this institution for a long time as will his accomplishments,” Sellards said. “All you have to do is look around campus as the legacy this man has left, and it will be a legacy that will affect generations in this community.”

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December 18, 2014 • 0 comments

Susan Bruhin: Born to bleed green

John Fauss, Reporter

Many people take on the titles son of Marshall or daughter of Marshall and wear it with great pride. This could not be truer for Susan Bruhin, who is the current assistant director of the Higher Education for Learning Problems...  Read More »

December 3, 2014 • 0 comments

Sigma Tau Gamma helps Huntington City Mission

Hannah Sayre, Reporter

Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity is having a canned food and clothing drive until Dec. 12. The canned food and clothing that is collected will be donated to the Huntington City Mission in an effort to replenish its food pantry...  Read More »

December 3, 2014 • 0 comments

Board is life

Board is life

Zach Wright, Reporter

  Since the 1990’s, longboards have been a mainstay on college campuses. Longboarding has been growing on Marshall University’s campus for years. During the fall semester, the number of longboarders seemed...  Read More »

December 3, 2014 • 0 comments

Marshall painting holiday cheer in downtown Huntington

Bryan Bozeman

The Marshall University visual arts program is teaming up with the community to paint the 12 Days of Christmas downtown. The foundations class at Marshall, taught by Ian Hagarty, came up with the designs for the paintings...  Read More »

December 3, 2014 • 0 comments

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Meet an INTO Marshall Student: Davit Pornpongapisith

Jared Casto, Reporter

Davit Pornpongapisith is an INTO student from Thailand who has been at Marshall for a year and a half. He is currently in the fourth semester of a graduate program. Before he came to America, Pornpongapisith went to Rangsit...  Read More »

December 2, 2014 • 0 comments

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Parthenon on Instagram!

Column: My time with President Kopp

Column: My time with President Kopp

Taylor Stuck , Columnist

It was always a question at the paper: Do we call him Stephen Kopp or Stephen J. Kopp? Personally, I preferred Stephen J. Kopp. I just like the sound of it more. It sounds like him. I met President...  Read More »

December 18, 2014 • 0 comments

Let the bandwagon go

December 3, 2014

Financial stress plagues college students

December 3, 2014

Where’s all the hair?

December 2, 2014

UVA suspends fraternities until January while investigating rape allegations

December 2, 2014

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