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My Time is up: A farewell by Xena Bunton
My Time is up: A farewell by Xena Bunton

When I began my career at Marshall two years ago, I had only one goal:...

My Time is up: A farewell by Xena Bunton
My Time is up: A farewell by Xena Bunton

When I began my career at Marshall two years ago, I had only one goal: finding my thing. Although I have the feminine urge to accomplish everything in life by my mid-20s,...

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Miller told his story of how he became One of The Herd, via a phone call to Coach Red Dawson by an old friend.

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Miller told his story of how he became One of The Herd, via a phone call to Coach Red Dawson by an old friend. Hit the link in our bio to read more.
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Reggie Giles reflects on what it means to return to the Joan for today’s game (@bellar0b for @muparthenon)
Reggie Giles reflects on what it means to return to the Joan for today’s game (@bellar0b for @muparthenon)
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The Lewis College of Business’ Brad D. Smith Center for Business and Innovation is slated to finish construction in the Spring of 2024.

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The Lewis College of Business’ Brad D. Smith Center for Business and Innovation is slated to finish construction in the Spring of 2024. Hit the link in bio to read more!
3 weeks ago
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Graphic artist Don Pendleton, who has done work for Mtn. Dew, Logitech and even Pearl Jam, designed the new brand for Huntington to honor its 150th birthday. 

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Graphic artist Don Pendleton, who has done work for Mtn. Dew, Logitech and even Pearl Jam, designed the new brand for Huntington to honor its 150th birthday. Click the link in bio to read more!
3 weeks ago
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4/9
Representatives of the Ascend West Virginia program and West Virginia Press Association hosted a media roundtable to discuss with Brad and Aly Smith, who kickstarted the program with a $25 million donation, and other representatives. 

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Representatives of the Ascend West Virginia program and West Virginia Press Association hosted a media roundtable to discuss with Brad and Aly Smith, who kickstarted the program with a $25 million donation, and other representatives. Hit the link in our bio to read more!
3 weeks ago
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Last weekend, the public was welcomed to West Virginia’s longest running International Festival that featured over 15 countries.

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Last weekend, the public was welcomed to West Virginia’s longest running International Festival that featured over 15 countries.

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Last weekend, the public was welcomed to West Virginia’s longest running International Festival that featured over 15 countries. Hit the link in our bio to read more!
3 weeks ago
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The age of the internet has made many changes to Cabell Library, most recently its magazine section. 

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The age of the internet has made many changes to Cabell Library, most recently its magazine section. 

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The age of the internet has made many changes to Cabell Library, most recently its magazine section. Click the link in our bio to read more!
4 weeks ago
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Half-way through the second quarter, the crowd at the FIU-Marshall game were on their feet when a squirrel ran 65-yards to cross the goal line near the student section. 

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Half-way through the second quarter, the crowd at the FIU-Marshall game were on their feet when a squirrel ran 65-yards to cross the goal line near the student section. Hit the link in our bio to read more.
4 weeks ago
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Marshall University’s faculty members were brought together to play a recital using the music of Alessandro Scarlatti, Robert Schumann, Gary Schocker, Moses Hogan, and Italian Cantoni composers free of charge to students Sunday at Smith Recital Hall. 

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Marshall University’s faculty members were brought together to play a recital using the music of Alessandro Scarlatti, Robert Schumann, Gary Schocker, Moses Hogan, and Italian Cantoni composers free of charge to students Sunday at Smith Recital Hall. Hit the link in our bio to read more!
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