Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Parthenon Farewell: Tyler Kennett
Parthenon Farewell: Tyler Kennett
Tyler Kennett, Sports Editor
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Welcome to Marshall from Brad D. Smith
Brad D. Smith, University President
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Advice for Commuter Students
Tyler Spence, Executive Editor
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Herd Baseballs Edwards Named to NCAA East Region 2nd Team
Herd Baseball's Edwards Named to NCAA East Region 2nd Team
Tyler Kennett, Sports Editor

Junior Luke Edwards was named to the NCAA Division I East All-Region Second Team on Monday, June 20, 2022. Edwards, a native of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, started in over...

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Last month, Marshall hosted “Community Cares Week” where students and community members spent time working across campus. University president Brad D. Smith encouraged students and community members to join to help beautify the campus before the beginning of the fall semester. 

Photos by Shauntelle Thompson
Last month, Marshall hosted “Community Cares Week” where students and community members spent time working across campus. University president Brad D. Smith encouraged students and community members to join to help beautify the campus before the beginning of the fall semester. 

Photos by Shauntelle Thompson
Last month, Marshall hosted “Community Cares Week” where students and community members spent time working across campus. University president Brad D. Smith encouraged students and community members to join to help beautify the campus before the beginning of the fall semester. 

Photos by Shauntelle Thompson
Last month, Marshall hosted “Community Cares Week” where students and community members spent time working across campus. University president Brad D. Smith encouraged students and community members to join to help beautify the campus before the beginning of the fall semester. Photos by Shauntelle Thompson
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Last weekend, protesters gathered at the Cabell County courthouse in reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. The decision now allows West Virginia to enforce a law from 1882 that would effectively ban abortion outright. 

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Photos by Shauntelle Thompson.
Last weekend, protesters gathered at the Cabell County courthouse in reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. The decision now allows West Virginia to enforce a law from 1882 that would effectively ban abortion outright. 

Read more online. 
Photos by Shauntelle Thompson.
Last weekend, protesters gathered at the Cabell County courthouse in reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. The decision now allows West Virginia to enforce a law from 1882 that would effectively ban abortion outright. 

Read more online. 
Photos by Shauntelle Thompson.
Last weekend, protesters gathered at the Cabell County courthouse in reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. The decision now allows West Virginia to enforce a law from 1882 that would effectively ban abortion outright. Read more online. Photos by Shauntelle Thompson.
2 months ago
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University president Brad D. Smith held his first press conference this afternoon at Drinko Library. Smith highlighted the details of his extensive listening tour and his priorities moving forward, which include growing enrollment, recruitment, staff and faculty needs and diversity and equity. 

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Photo by @tyler_spence
University president Brad D. Smith held his first press conference this afternoon at Drinko Library. Smith highlighted the details of his extensive listening tour and his priorities moving forward, which include growing enrollment, recruitment, staff and faculty needs and diversity and equity. Read more online Photo by @tyler_spence
2 months ago
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The board of governors met this morning and approved changes to student conduct policy and prioritized a set of projects that would cost $20 million, when funding becomes available. The board will also meet next week to finalize plans for the baseball stadium. The city of Huntington is offering to contribute $8 million toward the construction of the stadium, but must be spent on construction cost before 2024 - necessitating the board to move quickly to finalize plans. 

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The board of governors met this morning and approved changes to student conduct policy and prioritized a set of projects that would cost $20 million, when funding becomes available. The board will also meet next week to finalize plans for the baseball stadium. The city of Huntington is offering to contribute $8 million toward the construction of the stadium, but must be spent on construction cost before 2024 - necessitating the board to move quickly to finalize plans. 

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The board of governors met this morning and approved changes to student conduct policy and prioritized a set of projects that would cost $20 million, when funding becomes available. The board will also meet next week to finalize plans for the baseball stadium. The city of Huntington is offering to contribute $8 million toward the construction of the stadium, but must be spent on construction cost before 2024 - necessitating the board to move quickly to finalize plans. Read more online.
2 months ago
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Today began the first day of incoming freshman attending summer orientation.  For many, this is the first on campus step for a first year student. Orientation sessions will continue to run throughout the summer. 

Photos by Shauntelle Thompson.
Today began the first day of incoming freshman attending summer orientation.  For many, this is the first on campus step for a first year student. Orientation sessions will continue to run throughout the summer. 

Photos by Shauntelle Thompson.
Today began the first day of incoming freshman attending summer orientation.  For many, this is the first on campus step for a first year student. Orientation sessions will continue to run throughout the summer. 

Photos by Shauntelle Thompson.
Today began the first day of incoming freshman attending summer orientation.  For many, this is the first on campus step for a first year student. Orientation sessions will continue to run throughout the summer. 

Photos by Shauntelle Thompson.
Today began the first day of incoming freshman attending summer orientation. For many, this is the first on campus step for a first year student. Orientation sessions will continue to run throughout the summer. Photos by Shauntelle Thompson.
2 months ago
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Marshall University staff and students celebrated Holi, a traditional Hindu celebration of spring, color, and triumph over evil, on the East Hall Lawn with music, lawn games, and lots of colored powder. 

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Marshall University staff and students celebrated Holi, a traditional Hindu celebration of spring, color, and triumph over evil, on the East Hall Lawn with music, lawn games, and lots of colored powder. 

Read the full article online.
Marshall University staff and students celebrated Holi, a traditional Hindu celebration of spring, color, and triumph over evil, on the East Hall Lawn with music, lawn games, and lots of colored powder. 

Read the full article online.
Marshall University staff and students celebrated Holi, a traditional Hindu celebration of spring, color, and triumph over evil, on the East Hall Lawn with music, lawn games, and lots of colored powder. 

Read the full article online.
Marshall University staff and students celebrated Holi, a traditional Hindu celebration of spring, color, and triumph over evil, on the East Hall Lawn with music, lawn games, and lots of colored powder. 

Read the full article online.
Marshall University staff and students celebrated Holi, a traditional Hindu celebration of spring, color, and triumph over evil, on the East Hall Lawn with music, lawn games, and lots of colored powder. Read the full article online.
4 months ago
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This afternoon, Isabella Griffiths and Walker Tatum were inaugurated as Student Government Association President and Vice President, succeeding Alyssa Parks. The event included speeches from Griffiths and Tatum, as well as university president Brad D. Smith, vice president of student affairs Maurice Cooley and others. 

Photos by Tyler Spence
This afternoon, Isabella Griffiths and Walker Tatum were inaugurated as Student Government Association President and Vice President, succeeding Alyssa Parks. The event included speeches from Griffiths and Tatum, as well as university president Brad D. Smith, vice president of student affairs Maurice Cooley and others. 

Photos by Tyler Spence
This afternoon, Isabella Griffiths and Walker Tatum were inaugurated as Student Government Association President and Vice President, succeeding Alyssa Parks. The event included speeches from Griffiths and Tatum, as well as university president Brad D. Smith, vice president of student affairs Maurice Cooley and others. 

Photos by Tyler Spence
This afternoon, Isabella Griffiths and Walker Tatum were inaugurated as Student Government Association President and Vice President, succeeding Alyssa Parks. The event included speeches from Griffiths and Tatum, as well as university president Brad D. Smith, vice president of student affairs Maurice Cooley and others. 

Photos by Tyler Spence
This afternoon, Isabella Griffiths and Walker Tatum were inaugurated as Student Government Association President and Vice President, succeeding Alyssa Parks. The event included speeches from Griffiths and Tatum, as well as university president Brad D. Smith, vice president of student affairs Maurice Cooley and others. 

Photos by Tyler Spence
This afternoon, Isabella Griffiths and Walker Tatum were inaugurated as Student Government Association President and Vice President, succeeding Alyssa Parks. The event included speeches from Griffiths and Tatum, as well as university president Brad D. Smith, vice president of student affairs Maurice Cooley and others. 

Photos by Tyler Spence
This afternoon, Isabella Griffiths and Walker Tatum were inaugurated as Student Government Association President and Vice President, succeeding Alyssa Parks. The event included speeches from Griffiths and Tatum, as well as university president Brad D. Smith, vice president of student affairs Maurice Cooley and others. Photos by Tyler Spence
4 months ago
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MU grad Alexis Cunningham’s run on NBC’s American Song Contest might have ended, but her music journey is far from complete. 

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MU grad Alexis Cunningham’s run on NBC’s American Song Contest might have ended, but her music journey is far from complete. Read more online.
4 months ago
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Marshall President Brad Smith and his wife Alys were awarded the Distinguished Alumnus and the Distinguished Service to Marshall Awards Saturday at the 83rd Alumni Awards Banquet.

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Marshall President Brad Smith and his wife Alys were awarded the Distinguished Alumnus and the Distinguished Service to Marshall Awards Saturday at the 83rd Alumni Awards Banquet. Read the full article online.
4 months ago
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