The ten bests of Bonnaroo

The ten bests of Bonnaroo

Megan Osborne, Life! Editor
July 1, 2015
Filed under LIFE

Although I've come to terms with the fact that I enjoy the atmosphere at smaller festivals like Wakarusa, I will always have a soft spot for Bonnaroo, my very first festival. Roo is a special place indeed. The lineup creates a... Read more »

Bringing H.A.R.T to Huntington

Shalee Rogney , Life! Editor
June 24, 2015
Filed under LIFE

Huntington Area Regional Theater, H.A.R.T, was started by three individuals who were previously a part of a group called Huntington Outdoor Theater or HOT. After twenty years HOT split up, but Thomas and Mary Smirl and Clint McElroy wanted to keep the tradition alive. ... Read more »

Wood that tells a story

Wood that tells a story

Britanie Morgan, News Editor
June 24, 2015
Filed under LIFE

Greg Cartwright of Grafton, West Virginia was the only artisan at the West Virginia Day celebration in Charleston this weekend.  He became a Tamarack artisan in March, which qualified him to sell in the gift shop in the Cultural... Read more »

WAKA WAKA: A Recap

WAKA WAKA: A Recap

Megan Osborne, Life! Editor
June 24, 2015
Filed under LIFE

Deep in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas, Wakarusa brings an experience unlike any other festival. The lineup is full of funky, eclectic hodge-podge collectives, backwoodsy modern folk, and plenty of EDM. But what makes the festival is the unique crowd of humans that gather to make it happen,... Read more »

West Virginia State Legislature passes Craft Beer bill

Shalee Rogney, Life! Editor
June 17, 2015
Filed under LIFE

West Virginia is home to eleven breweries that are expecting to expand after Earl RayGovernor Tomblin passed Senate Bill 273. Senate Bill 273 will allow for local breweries to sell growlers, or specialty bottles at more locations throughout the state. As stated by the... Read more »

Rails and Ales sold out for Craft Beer Week

Shalee Rogney, Life! Editor
June 17, 2015
Filed under LIFE

This summer Huntington is bringing a new ‘hop’ to the typical summer festival. Tickets for the third annual Rails and Ales craft beer show is sold out for a second consecutive summer. The Rails and Ales festival will start August 15 and will be at Harris Riverfront Park. This... Read more »

#INTOMUviews: Jagan Pagala

#INTOMUviews: Jagan Pagala

Jared Casto, Contributor
April 23, 2015
Filed under LIFE

Jagan Pagala is an Indian Marshall University INTO student who has lived in America for nine months. Pagala is currently studying Computer Science and is enjoying the more hands on approach the major offers in America. His favorite experience so far... Read more »

Don’t get it twisted, respect that: In defense of fangirls

Don’t get it twisted, respect that: In defense of fangirls

Codi Mohr, Executive Editor
April 21, 2015
Filed under CODINUNDRUM, LIFE

When people ask me about my life plans or career goals, I have one answer: I’m going to fangirl professionally. As a potentially aspiring entertainment journalist (was that vague enough?), my dream job is to write about all... Read more »

The YouTube Effect

The YouTube Effect

Kaitlyn Clay, Reporter
April 21, 2015
Filed under LIFE

Last month, people in Orlando could hear the echoes of screaming girls with cameras pulled up on their phones, waiting outside of hotel rooms. When certain people walked out the door, the screaming girls had a sort of religious experience involving screams, selfies and... Read more »

Lookin’ so crazy in love

Karima Neghmouche, Reporter
April 20, 2015
Filed under LIFE

There isn’t one set definition of love, and after asking 10 different generations how they define love, the answers prove that. The definition differs from person to person and is impacted by experience and age. “Love is when mommy let’s me eat... Read more »

Fighting hunger one empty bowl at a time

Fighting hunger one empty bowl at a time

Mikaela Keener, Reporter
April 20, 2015
Filed under LIFE, Showcase

Empty Bowls at Marshall University has been using art as a way to give back to the community for 12 years. This year was no exception. The Facing Hunger Foodbank in Huntington will provide approximately 100,000 families food with the money raised during this year’s... Read more »

Proving there’s “more to beer”

Proving there’s  “more to beer”

Karima Neghmouche, Reporter
April 14, 2015
Filed under LIFE

The Huntington Ale House, near Marshall University, is a locally owned business open late hours with beer, food and live music. Marshall student Elizabeth Sutfin has been a waitress and a bartender at the Ale House for almost... Read more »