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Woodson Lyceum hosts panel on minority health

Woodson Lyceum hosts panel on minority health

Madison Perdue, Reporter February 16, 2021

As the pandemic continues and the promise of immunization climbs, many African Americans across the country question the new vaccine’s reliability and the fervent encouragement for the public to take...

Black history month essay winners announced

Sarah Ingram, Copy Editor February 29, 2020

Marshall University’s Carter G. Woodson Lyceum congratulated five high schoolers during the 2020 Carter G. Woodson Essay Competition, in which Cabell County students wrote essays regarding the 2020 Black...

Trolley tour explores African American history

Trolley tour explores African American history

Ralph May, Reporter February 25, 2020

Important sites of Huntington’s African American history, as well as the guide’s upbringing and life, were explored by trolley passengers on Wednesday. Dr. C. C. Barnet created a hospital on Seventh...

Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum’s 2020 poster contest underway

Phuong Anh Do, Reporter October 8, 2019

To promote Black History Month, the Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum’s 2020 poster competition is now open to students from all ages and majors to help students learn more about black history while being...

Cassandra Newby-Alexander, dean of the College of Liberal Arts, professor of history and director of the Joseph Jenkins Roberts Center for African Diaspora Studies at Norfolk State University, addresses the crowd during her Carter G. Woodson Lecture Thursday in Marshall University’s Memorial Student Center.

Lecture highlights influence of early Africans in America

Jesten Richardson, Copy Editor February 8, 2019

Africans and people of African descent have shaped American culture in several ways over the last 400 years, an author and history professor said Thursday in Marshall University’s Memorial Student Center. “Beginning...

Marshall, Huntington communities recognize start of Black History Month

Sarah Ingram, News Editor February 4, 2019

Black History Month is officially underway after Burnis Morris, Janet Dooley, Huntington Mayor Steve Williams and more spoke at the Black History month kick off event Thursday, Jan. 31. The event featured...

MU Rep Your Roots Day

Christian Davis, Reporter March 1, 2017

Marshall University’s Student Affairs Office sponsored “Rep Your Roots Day” Tuesday, a day dedicated to wearing a dashiki to unite students, faculty and staff from all demographics for the last event...

“Against All Odds” addresses society’s labels

Ryan Murphy, Reporter February 23, 2017

Marshall University students were encouraged to take control of their lives and overcome society’s labels Tuesday during “Against All Odds,” a Black History Month event hosted by Black United Students. Brandi...

Students get down with poetry and music at Black Koffee

Matthew Groves, Reporter February 20, 2017

Poetry and music were brought to life Feb. 17 at Marshall University’s Black Koffee Slam Poetry event. Black Koffee is an event typically hosted every semester, where students have the ability to...

Freda Payne pays tribute to legendary performer

Alexia Lilly, Reporter February 11, 2017

Vocalist and actress Freda Payne performed at the Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center Friday as a tribute to Ella Fitzgerald. The performance served as a remembrance for Fitzgerald’s achievements and...

Black United Students President Alexis Tyson and Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Matt James host the Black in America panel discussion Thursday night in the Memorial Student Center.

‘Black in America’ panel shares perspective on race, culture

Austin Creel, Reporter February 11, 2017

The ‘Black in America’ panel provided nearly two hours of discussion and dissemination on issues facing America’s black community Thursday. The collection of five African-American panelists tackled...

‘Color-ism’ encourages attendees to step outside the box

Ryan Murphy, Reporter February 11, 2017

Marshall University students on Thursday, with the help of speaker Nigel Wallace, took a look at the concept of color-ism in the United States. “If we don’t want to address the elephant in the room,...

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