The Parthenon

COLUMN: Women’s Day–100 years later and we’ve still got a lot of work to DO

Members of the West Virginia House of Delegates Democratic Women’s Caucus pose for group photo.

Sammi Brown, Amanda Estep-Burton, Barbara Fleischauer, Linda Longstreth, Margaret Staggers, Danielle Walker, and Lisa Zukoff

February 25, 2020

We come from different parts of this great state, from different life and professional experiences, some of us have served before and some of us are in our second year of service, but we are all working together to improve the lives of West Virginia women and families through legislation, advocacy and...

Trey Cobb

Trey Cobb

Trey Cobb, Cartoonist

February 19, 2019

Trey Cobb is a student in the College of Arts and Media at Marshall University. He serves as part of the creative team behind SeeThru Films, a Huntington-based film and musical collective. In addition to contributing illustrations and cartoons to The Parthenon, Trey is a member of Marshall’s Film Club and i...

Rileigh Smirl | Columnist

Rileigh Smirl | Columnist

Rileigh Smirl, Columnist

January 29, 2019

Rileigh Smirl is an (almost 18) 17-year-old freshman Journalism major and Yeager Scholar from Huntington, WV. She has a podcast called “Still Buffering” with her two older sisters and spends most of her free time, if she has any, playing one of her five ukuleles, reading the newest John Green books,...

Jena Cordle | Contributor

Jena Cordle | Contributor

Jena Cordle, Contributer

January 29, 2019

Jena Cordle is a freshman, studying for a journalism degree. She likes scary movies, conspiracy theories and Harry Potter. She spends her time writing and swimming at the Rec. Jena is passionate about women’s rights, animal rights and creative expression. She hopes her passions will take her far, like...