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Gabriella Bellomy in “Every Brilliant Thing”

Students Produce One-Woman Show

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor February 26, 2024

For the first time in 20 years, the Marshall School of Theatre and Dance presented an entirely student-led production within the walls of the Joan C. Edwards...

Alexander Vance took inspiration from Black artist Kehinde Wiley for his
winning poster.

Black History Month Poster Competition Celebrates African Americans and the Arts

Cyd Collins, Student Reporter February 7, 2024

In celebration of Black History Month, art students were tasked with creating posters centered on the theme of African Americans and the arts in a contest...

Graci Davis with her work titled “Preserve Your History.”

Appalachian Identity Explored in Art Exhibit

Cyd Collins, Student Reporter February 6, 2024

The fifth annual art exhibition at Drinko Library had their opening ceremony on Thursday, Jan. 25, at 5 p.m. The theme centered around the com- plexity...

The cast of ‘She Kills Monsters’ posing
during the production.

Theater Production Receives Award

Sarah Davis, News Editor February 5, 2024

A newly-awarded production strived to defy theater stereotypes, the director of the play said. “‘She Kills Monsters’ was remarkably special,”...

The keynote speaker, Laurie Goux, presented on dancer and activist Katherine Dunham.

Black History Month Kickoff Centers Around Art

Sarah Davis, News Editor February 2, 2024

Black History Month is all about acknowledging one’s identity and background, said the keynote speaker at the 2024 Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum Black...

TEDxMarshallU Features Student and Community Speakers

TEDxMarshallU Features Student and Community Speakers

Rafael Alfonso, Content Editor January 31, 2024

Featuring more student speakers than ever before, Marshall University will host its sixth annual TEDxMarshallU event from 7-9 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 27,...

Beth Livensperger’s art is displayed in the VAC Jan. 18 to Feb. 22.

Artist Beth Livensperger Discusses Her Process

Cyd Collins, Student Reporter January 24, 2024

Marshall’s art students were given an insight into artist Beth Livensperger’s creative journey and process onWednesday, Jan. 17, at the Visual Arts...

“The Best Medicine” by Amy Pabst

Fiber Arts Major Wins National Juried Exhibition

Cyd Collins, Student Reporter January 18, 2024

Competing against 200 entries from 84 other artists, Marshall student Amy Pabst won juror’s choice at the 13th Annual National Juried Convention on Thursday,...

The poster for the upcoming play

REVIEW: ‘The Winter’s Tale’ Had Its Moments

Rafael Alfonso, Content Editor November 29, 2023

I’d hoped for more out of Marshall’s rendition of William Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale” over Nov. 14-18. After studying the play for my...

Open Mic and Gallery to Promote Wellness Through Arts

Makai Laguines, Student Reporter November 25, 2023

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...

Ryann Province sings at Tunes Tuesday.

Singer Ryann Renae Performs at Tunes Tuesday Live Event

Jada Mills, Student Reporter November 19, 2023

A sophomore with big dreams shared her singing talent with the Marshall community during a live performance on Tuesday, Nov. 7, at the Memorial Student...

Piff the Magic Dragon is performing as part of the Marshall Artists Series.

Interview with Comedian and Magician Piff the Magic Dragon

Victoria Ware, Opinions & Culture Editor November 9, 2023

“America’s Got Talent” contestant Piff the Magic Dragon, will bring his blend of comedy and magic to the Keith Albee Performing Arts Center on Nov....

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