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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

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...

Students gathered on the Memorial Student Center Plaza and Buskirk Field to watch the Solar Eclipse on Monday, April 8.

Community Gravitates to Campus for Eclipse

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor April 8, 2024

“Here Comes the Sun” by The Beatles echoed across a community-filled Buskirk Field as a solar eclipse reached 95% coverage on Monday, April 8—with...

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 dog was caught up in the Holi celebration on March 25.

Holi Celebrated on Campus

Abigail Cutlip, Graphics Editor March 29, 2024

Holi, a Hindu festival, was celebrated on March 25 at an event hosted by the Office of Intercultural Students. Dogs weren’t spared from the celebration,...

(Eiffel Tower) The Marshall University Chamber Choir took a 10 day trip to France to participate in four performances.

Chamber Choir Travels to France

Nolan Duncan, Student Reporter March 28, 2024

Brooks (left) and Alford (right) pose with a HerdCon 2024 prop wearing their shirts from the university’s first HerdCon.

HerdCon Cultivates Community, Organizers Say

Sarah Davis, News Editor March 27, 2024

HerdCon is all about bringing alike interests and their people together, the event’s co-chairman said. “My biggest thing is how many students I’ve...

Brother Ray preaching among student protesters

Students Protest Preacher Through Chanting, Art and Twerking

Luke Hamilton, Contributor March 18, 2024

A controversial preacher brought together students from the LGBTQ community, religious backgrounds and across campus as they protested his message on Thursday,...

Project Hopes Protects Vulnerable

Emma Gallus, Video and Audio Producer March 8, 2024

Project Hope is combatting Huntington’s substance use problem by supporting the community’s most vulnerable. “While there is a stigma towards those...

The club uses an array of equipment to operate.

Ham Radio Club Revives Alternative Communication

Nolan Duncan, Student Reporter March 2, 2024

The president of Marshall University’s ham radio club said he believes radio communication is a great way to bring people together. Jacob Wriston,...

Dean Stites talks with students.

COS Students Get to Know New Dean

Scott Price, Chief Copy Editor February 25, 2024

Intended to introduce students to Dean Wesley Stites and Associate Dean Anna Mummert while conversing over Dunkin’ donuts and coffee, the Student Government...

UKIRK Celebrates Ash Wednesday

Reagan Clagg, Student Reporter February 25, 2024

As churches around the world celebrated Ash Wednesday, Marshall’s UKIRK campus ministry kicked off the season by putting a more positive spin on the...

The Japan Club tabled at the Memorial Student
Center to get their name out on campus.

Student Organizations Connect With Campus

Nolan Duncan, Student Reporter February 24, 2024

On Valentine’s Day, numerous student organizations ran tables in the Marshall University Memorial Student Center to fundraise and spread cheer. A...

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