Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Harmeyer won for the 13th night in a row Friday, June 14.
"They’re Wrong," Jeopardy! Champion Says of Appalachian Stereotypes
Sarah Davis, Managing Editor • June 15, 2024
View All
Griffin Miller tallied four strikeouts in four innings.
Ragin' Cajuns Ravage the Herd
Ben Cower, Student Repoter • April 24, 2024
View All
This years Community Cares Week was the third of its tradition on Marshalls campus.
Community Cares Reaches Campus and Beyond
Baylee Parsons, News Editor • June 6, 2024
View All
The Parthenon on Twitter
Matthew Schaffer
BeyondMU: Trump Convicted of 34 Felonies
Matthew Schaffer, Guest Contributor • June 14, 2024
View All
Check won the javelin throw with a distance of 36.26 meters.
Track and Field Trounce James Madison Invitational
Wade Sullivan, Student Reporter • April 20, 2024
View All
Marshalls logo stands just outside the oldest building on campus, Old Main, which students can encounter during their campus tours at orientation.
Marshall Prepares for New Student Orientation
Evan Green, Executive Editor • June 6, 2024
View All
The Parthenon on Twitter

Open Mic and Gallery to Promote Wellness Through Arts

Students will have the opportunity to show off their talents at the Wellness Through Arts event on Wednesday, Nov. 15, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in Harless Dining Hall. 

The event, hosted by the Wellness Center, is open mic and open gallery; therefore, students can come and showcase any form of art to their peers. 

Student Hannah Estep, the event’s advisor, said, “This event just allows students to perform or showcase their art in a safe environment; art for many people does support their wellness.” 

This is the second Wellness Through Arts event that the Wellness Center has hosted. This time, students do not have to submit art prior; they can just come and enjoy the open mic and gallery. 

Story continues below advertisement

“This event is to allow students to blow off any steam, enjoy their friends and showcase their passions,” said student Kennedy Allen, the event’s coordinator. 

Wellness Through Arts will have crafts and other activities, such as friendship bracelets and painting, that students can enjoy while viewing and experiencing art. 

“We just want students to come out and enjoy; I think it will be a fun time, like just a fun lunch in Harless,” Estep said.

All students are welcome to attend the event and can RSVP and find more information through HerdLink.

Leave a Comment
Donate to The Parthenon
$85
$500
Contributed
Our Goal

Your donation will help continue the work of independent student journalism at Marshall University. If you benefit from The Parthenon's free content, please consider making a donation.

More to Discover
Donate to The Parthenon
$85
$500
Contributed
Our Goal

Comments (0)

All The Parthenon Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *