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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...

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...

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...

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,...

Christina Meade, Victim Advocate at the CONTACT Rape Crisis Center, also spoke at the event.

Title IX Office Presents: Stalking Awareness

Ella Bumgardner, Staff Reporter January 26, 2024

In response to National Stalking Awareness Month, Marshall University’s Title IX Office hosted a presentation to raise awareness about stalking and provide...

Marshall’s campus covered in snow.

Students Navigate Snow Days

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor January 24, 2024

On Tuesday, Jan. 16, freshman Emma Simpkins woke up to commute 45 minutes from Branchland, West Virginia, to campus only to find that she would not be ...

Attendees at the inaugural Diversitea event

Counseling Center Hosts Inaugural Mental Health Event

Emma Gallus, Staff Reporter November 16, 2023

Exploring mental health in Appalachia, the inaugural Diversitea event took place Tuesday morning, Nov. 7, thanks to a grant given to the Counseling Center.  The...

The workshop took place in the John Deaver Drinko Library Atrium.

BRANCHES Hosts Title IX Workshop

Samuel McElwain, Student Reporter November 6, 2023

A Title IX workshop had attendees physically walk the path of a domestic violence victim at the In Their Shoes event on Thursday, Oct. 26. BRANCHES Domestic...

Kaye Godbey, coordinator of wellness programs

Excessive Drinking Less Common Among College Students

Samuel McElwain, Student Reporter October 28, 2023

“Many students think drinking is an expected part of the college experience,” Marshall University’s wellness coordinator said, “despite the reality...

Mountain Health Network Becomes Marshall Health Network

Bex Law, Staff Reporter October 16, 2023

Marking the creation of an integrated academic health system, Mountain Health Network has been renamed Marshall Health Network.  Officially called...

Sergeant Scott Ballou taught the self-defense class on Wednesday, Oct. 4.

MUPD Hosts Rape Aggression Defense Class

Wade Sullivan, Student Reporter October 14, 2023

Being aware of one’s surroundings is essential to self defense, said an MUPD sergeant at a Rape Aggression Defense class at the Memorial Student Center...

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