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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Hillary Adams, director of the Marshall
HELP Center.

HELP Director Loves Helping Others

Wade Sullivan, Student Reporter June 26, 2024

For the past three years, the director of the Higher Education for Learning Problems Center (HELP Center) has been dedicated to helping students with learning...

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...

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

As new students prepare to join the Herd this fall, Marshall’s orientation leaders are preparing for their arrival at this summer’s orientation sessions....

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...

Peter Canellos speaks on the life of Supreme Court Justice John Marshall Harlan.

Amicus Curiae Focuses on Harlan

Sarah Davis, News Editor April 18, 2024

It takes immense courage to be a stand-alone national judge, an editor said in the final Amicus Curiae lecture of the 2023-2024 school year. “The...

Ashley Bohm, Livi Shonkwiler and Jaylin Harris at last years breakfast.

Alpha Xi Delta’s Berry Delicious Tradition

Kaitlyn Fleming, Student Reporter April 17, 2024

Alpha Xi Delta plans to host their 71st annual Strawberry Breakfast from 7-11 a.m. on Thursday, April 18, at the Alpha Xi Delta house.  The Strawberry...

Marshalls Last Semester Without Campus Carry

Marshall’s Last Semester Without Campus Carry

Nolan Duncan, Student Reporter April 13, 2024

As the last semester without campus carry winds down, Marshall University prepares to introduce the new legislation to campus. Jim Terry, the university’s...

Marshall First Lady Alys Smith introduced six female journalists for her fourth namesake symposium.

Alys Smith Symposium Features Female Journalists

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor April 11, 2024

Women in journalism face a unique struggle when trying to balance work and life, the keynote speaker said at the fourth Alys Smith Symposium on Women Professionals...

Drinko Library

Beyond the Books: Celebrating National Libraries Week

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor April 9, 2024

Marshall’s libraries provide many more resources besides literature, one staff member of Drinko Library said. “Most people tend to think library...

Canellos will visit campus on Thursday, April 11th.

Final Amicus Curiae to Explore Supreme Court Justice’s Career

Sarah Davis, News Editor April 9, 2024

The final Amicus Curiae lecture series will cover the life and career of a prominent Supreme Court Justice. Lawyer and Politico editor Peter Canellos...

The Morgans visiting New York City.

Couples on Campus: The Morgans

Kaitlyn Fleming, Student Reporter April 9, 2024

In the mosaic of life, contrasting individuals can merge together to create a perfect balance, which rings true for two of Marshall’s faculty. Brian...

Conference Raises Awareness for Suicide Prevention on Campus

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor April 8, 2024

Self-awareness and education are important factors in helping those with mental health struggles, said the coordinator of Marshall’s West Virginia Collegiate...

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