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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Huntington’s Kitchen is rebranding with the idea that the heart of the home is the kitchen.

Huntington Hotspots: Huntington’s Kitchen

Maggie Gibbs, Staff Reporter July 3, 2024

At Huntington’s Kitchen, chef Isabel Cross is crafting a unique, multidimensional hub: a community resource, event space and a center for healthier living....

The exhibit displays art from Blenko Glass Company, an artisan business in the Tri-State area.

New VAC Exhibit Showcases Local Business

Baylee Parsons, News Editor June 28, 2024

The art students may have dropped their paint and brushes for the summer, but things are getting colorful at the Visual Arts Center with the installation...

Shawn Schulenberg and his husband
Ariel Barcenas co-own Nomada
Bakery.

Huntington Hotspots: Nomada Bakery

Maggie Gibbs, Staff Reporter June 25, 2024

At Nomada Bakery and Eatery, every item on the menu is a testament to a journey of flavors. Co-owner and baker Ariel Barcenas, emphasizing quality and...

 Tyler Childers and the Food Stamps performing at the Whizzbangers Ball.

School of Music Alumni Return Home to Headline Festival

Baylee Parsons, News Editor June 20, 2024

The sky is full of stars at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, and the first annual Whizzbanger’s Ball is coming to a close.  The clock hits 10:30 p.m.,...

Jamie Sloane and Jimmy Hobbs own the Sloane Square Gallery in Huntington.

Huntington Hotspots: Sloane Square Gallery

Maggie Gibbs, Staff Reporter June 12, 2024

At Sloane Square Gallery, lifestyle and art find harmony. Recognized by the Herald-Dispatch as the Best in the Tri-State in 2023, this gallery is unlike...

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

The influx of volunteers who show out for Marshall’s Community Cares Week is caused by a general devotion to the university, said the senior vice president...

Walk For Hope Flyer

Courtesy of Phi Alpha

Walk for Hope to Shine Light on Suicide Prevention

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor April 19, 2024

The annual Suicide Prevention Walk serves as a reminder that community members are not alone in their most stressful times, said the president of Phi Alpha...

Bowls like these will be available for purchase on Friday, April 19.

21st Annual Empty Bowls to Feed Community

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor April 17, 2024

The annual Empty Bowls fundraiser allows students to see the impact of their art, said Marshall’s ceramics area coordinator. “I really hope that...

Award-winning writer Crystal Wilkinson will speak as part of the A.E. Stringer
Visiting Writer Series. The event is sponsored by the Marshall University Department of English.

Former Kentucky Poet-Laureate to Speak as Part of the A.E. Stringer Writers Series

Victoria Ware, Opinions & Culture Editor April 10, 2024

Award-winning poet and memoirist Crystal Wilkinson will showcase her literary contributions as a part of the A. E. Stringer Visiting Writer Series on Thursday,...

The sixth annual HerdCon took place in the student center and Drinko Library.
Photo Courtesy of HerdCon/Abigail Cutlip

HerdCon Draws in Local Creatives

Cyd Collins, Student Reporter April 3, 2024

Getting people involved with HerdCon by finding people who are interested in the same comics, games, and shows is a great way to build community, said...

A still from the documentary Roleplay

Documentary ‘Roleplay’ Debuts on Campus

Cyd Collins, Student Reporter March 29, 2024

Exploring themes of sex and consent for college students, the “Roleplay” documentary’s first public screening took place in the Joan C. Edwards Performing...

Honoring Women Through Song

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor March 26, 2024

Raising awareness for females in the music industry, students of the Voice Studio at the School of Music performed “Celebrating Women” on Friday, March...

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