Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Community Comes to Campus to Work for Cares Week

Community Comes to Campus to Work for Cares Week

Isabella Robinson, Lead Reporter June 28, 2022

Marshall University hosted Community Cares Week from June 20 through the 25 on the Huntington campus. The week of volunteer work, giving and community...

Marshall Set to Celebrate Juneteenth

Tyler Spence, Executive Editor June 14, 2022

Earlier this week, Governor Jim Justice declared Friday, June 17, a holiday for all public employees in observance of Juneteenth. Marshall will close for...

Poet Presents their Progress at “Nevertheless, We Persist”

Brea Smith, Reporter March 9, 2022

Body Shot’s 14th annual performance “Nevertheless, We Persist” continued the legacy of performances dedicated to celebrating all aspects of gender,...

Students on a campus far far away are prepared for anything that might get in their way.

HerdCon Showcases Local Artwork, Cosplay and Fandom

Tyler Kennett, Sports Editor March 8, 2022

There are not many peaceful days when you can walk around in a suit of armor. Even then, there is likely only one day when it comes across as...

Seniors Visit Countdown to Commencement booths for the first time in 2 years.

Countdown to Commencement Returns for 2022 Graduates

Grace Hewitt, Reporter March 2, 2022

Everything graduates need before the big graduation day, all in one stop in the countdown to commencement two-day event in the MSC Don Morris room Mar.1...

TEDx Set to Return for 4th Year to Share Stories that Change Us

TEDx Set to Return for 4th Year to Share Stories that Change Us

Grace Hewitt, Reporter February 24, 2022

The 4th annual TEDx MarshallU will be held this Saturday, Feb. 26, giving anyone in the Huntington and Marshall community, an opportunity to learn more...

Garden Therapy Puts Students at Ease

Andrew Corliss, Reporter February 16, 2022

The Marshall Greenhouse opened its doors to offer students a variety of relaxing gardening activities for Valentine’s Day. On Monday, students planted...

Opulence Models Displays Urban Fashion With Student Members

Semoni Weaver, Reporter February 16, 2022

The Opulence Modeling Troupe of Marshall University recently held auditions for new members in late January, rounding out their numbers to around 15 models...

Interview with Sandra Reed on School of Art and Design’s “Conceptions of Flight Exhibit”

Victoria Ware, Reporter February 2, 2022

The “Conceptions of Flight Exhibit” showcases artwork from students that represents how they view the topic of “flight.”  “The students who...

Can Students Opt Out of Services They Don’t Use to Lower Costs of Tuition?

Grace Hewitt, Reporter January 25, 2022

Regardless of if you use certain school-provided services or not, there is not an option for students to opt in or opt out of paying for them as a part...

Recent Snowstorm Impacts Commuters and Provides Challenges for Students Walking to Class

Grace Hewitt, Reporter January 25, 2022

Last week, winter storm Izzy dumped ice and snow across the Tri-State, presenting students at Marshall with an unexpected challenge—getting to class.   Students...

Out of State Students Share Their First Experiences With Snow

Megan Gragg, Reporter January 25, 2022

Those Marshall students and staff members originally from warmer climates often remember vividly their first experience with snow and cooler temperatures.  "It...

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