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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

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Kaye Godbey, coordinator of wellness programs

Wellness Coordinator Encourages Students to Sleep More

Samuel McElwain, Student Reporter September 24, 2023

“Sleep is foundational to success as a human,” said Kaye Godbey, the University’s wellness coordinator. She cited sleep’s importance regarding...

Robbery suspect Jesse Daniel Specht

Man Faces Felony Charges in Connection to Huntington Bank Robbery

Matthew Schaffer, Managing Editor September 21, 2023

A man is facing felony robbery charges after employees reported a robbery at 2:35 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 19, at Truist Bank located on 501 1st Street...

Marshall Police Chief Jim Terry spoke at the active shooter training on Sept. 12.

MUPD Uses FBI Technique in Active Shooter Training on Campus

Tasha Esselstein, Student Reporter September 14, 2023

Designed around the FBI’s “Run. Hide. Fight.” technique, MUPD and the Office of Environmental Health and Safety provided active student training...

Clear Bag Policy Established for Major Events

Clear Bag Policy Established for Major Events

Tasha Esselstein, Student Reporter September 9, 2023

Saturday evening was the first football game where Marshall’s clear bag policy was put into practice, with all sporting events requiring the usage of...

Campus Police Aims to Make Campus Safety More Accessible

Campus Police Aims to Make Campus Safety More Accessible

Tasha Esselstein, Student Reporter September 7, 2023

Approachability may be the main goal for all campus personnel, but it is of utmost importance to the Marshall University Police Department.  When asked...

The Title IX Student Task Force tabling

New Title IX Policy Put in Place

Emma Gallus, Staff Reporter September 3, 2023

Students can no longer be punished if there was an use of drugs or alcohol during the time alleged sexual misconduct happened in an effort to open lines...

University Prepares for Handgun Safety

Lydia Montague, Student Reporter April 12, 2023

A small safety committee is working to prepare Marshall University for the introduction of concealed handguns on campus, according to Senate Bill 10—or...

Pro-choice protesters gathered near the signs to protest their message and graphic imagery

Pro-Choice Students Protest Graphic Abortion Demonstration

Matthew Schaffer, News Editor April 5, 2023

CONTENT WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGERY BELOW Ideologies clashed and graphic images lined Buskirk Field as the national anti-abortion group, Created Equal,...

Dr. Chris White

Potential Accidents Spark Fear After Campus Carry Law Passes

Chance Gunther and Sean Kelly April 2, 2023

Accidents are the biggest concern surrounding students carrying handguns on campus because most  students don’t have the proper training to handle firearms...

Marshall Hosts Mochas With the Mayor

Marshall Hosts ‘Mochas With the Mayor’

Emma Johnson, Student Reporter February 25, 2023

A successful treasure hunt is how Huntington’s mayor says he sees repeated visits to Marshall’s campus to talk with students. “If I’m digging...

Board of Governors Meeting Highlights Marshalls Improvements

Board of Governors’ Meeting Highlights Marshall’s Improvements

Victoria Ware, Opinion and Cultures Editor February 22, 2023

President Brad D. Smith outlined several areas where Marshall University is progressing and others where there are opportunities for improvement during...

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