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The poster for the play

‘Book of Will’ Delves Into the Works of William Shakespeare

Jada Mills, Student Reporter October 1, 2023

Shakespeare, literary history and the contemporary British dialect will feature in the first production of the fall semester for the School of Theater...

The front of the showcard for the exhibition Piercing Lights, Silent Shadows

School of Art and Design Presents ‘Piercing Lights, Silent Shadows’

Victoria Ware, Opinions & Culture Editor October 1, 2023

A new exhibit at the Visual Arts Center is relatable to the community “but not necessarily in a way that is expected when you think ‘Appalachia Identity,’”...

Banner for Super Marco Bros. theme

Installation Art Class Designs Exhibit in Honor of Homecoming

Jada Mills, Student Reporter September 22, 2023

As Marshall prepares for Homecoming, art students are adding their creative flare by designing an installation art exhibit. “For the first project...

Students painting at the Paint and Sip on Sept. 13.

Campus Activities Board Hosts Paint and Sip

Jada Mills, Student Reporter September 20, 2023

Loud chatter, hands covered in paint and mouths full of snacks provided an escape for Marshall students after a long month of assignments and lectures...

New Exhibition Highlights Indigenous Perspectives

Jada Mills, Student Reporter September 18, 2023

A traveling exhibition will highlight seven native Appalachian artists in Drinko Library until Dec. 11. Titled “Indigenous Appalachia,” the exhibit...

Mike by Jim Arendt

Jim Arendt Shares His Experience as an Artist

Sarah Davis, News Editor September 16, 2023

Excuses concerning time, money and space can harm the work of an artist, suggested an art professor, talking to students at the Visual Arts Center on Thursday,...

Imagining the Indian was shown Thursday, Sept. 7.

Feature Documentary Brings Panel Discussion

Victoria Ware, Opinions and Culture Editor September 14, 2023

The cultural impact and historical implications of Native American-themed mascots and team names were outlined in the film “Imagining the Indian,”—screened...

Photos showcased of study abroad trip

Marshall Students Use Study Abroad Program to Bring European Culture to Huntington

Jada Mills, Student Reporter September 4, 2023

“These are the memories that will start to fade first,” said Alaina Laster, a student at Marshall University who studied abroad this summer. “I feel...

(left to right) Dr. John Botes, Dr. Şőlen Dikener and Dr. Wendell Dobbs

Marshall Faculty Perform First Trio Concert of the Semester 

Jada Mills, Student Reporter September 1, 2023

“I want my students to be inspired,” Dr. Şőlen Dikener, a professor at the University’s School of Music, said. “I hope today’s show gave them...

Works done by Erin Waugh

Childhood Memories Explored in Art Capstones

Joseph DiCristofaro, Student Reporter April 27, 2023

Life-altering experiences, childhood memories and mythical creatures were all themes portrayed by the student artist capstones put on exhibition at the...

REVIEW: ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’ Delights the Senses

REVIEW: ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’ Delights the Senses

Rafael Alfonso, Content Editor April 23, 2023

Director Jack Cirillo and his cast turned “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” from an okay musical to a great one. On its own, the musical...

Charles Hill Moffat Lecture Discusses Black Baseball History

Charles Hill Moffat Lecture Discusses Black Baseball History

Sarah Davis, Staff Reporter April 13, 2023

The Negro Leagues are an integral part of American sports history, according to a professor and baseball scholar. The Charles Hill Moffat Lecture is...

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