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A four-time graduate of Marshall University, Glen Midkiff knew early on that higher education was the career he wanted to pursue.

Marshall Alumni: Where are we now? Glen Midkiff

Brittany Hively, Executive Editor February 26, 2021

A four-time graduate of Marshall University, Glen Midkiff knew early on that higher education was the career he wanted to pursue.       “Ever since I was an RA [resident assistant] at Marshall,...

A tree covered in ice on Marshall University's campus

Students prepare for classes to resume

Isabella Robinson, News Editor February 23, 2021

Marshall students are preparing to brave the winter weather as classes resume following a week of cancellations and delays due to weather conditions and power outages.   “Out of all the time I...

Introducing Herd Reads

Introducing Herd Reads

Brittany Hively, Executive Editor February 16, 2021

A common misconception with the younger generations is one does not read for pleasure.  The American Academy of Arts and Science’s latest data does show that reading for pleasure has decreased across...

Preparations for men’s mental health week

Preparations for men’s mental health week

Madison Perdue, Reporter February 16, 2021

While more attention has been brought to students’ mental and emotional health in recent years, there has been some disparity between men and women seeking support. This is largely due to the stigmatization...

Greek chair talks event planning during COVID-19

Catherine Blankenship, Executive Staff February 2, 2021

COVID-19 continues to put normalcy on hold while restricting our everyday lives as we know it. Marshall University Greek life continues to find new ways to interact safely amongst themselves and other...

Marshall Alumni: Where are we now? Todd Cameron  

Marshall Alumni: Where are we now? Todd Cameron  

Brittany Hively, Executive Editor February 2, 2021

Growing up in a small town and state that he loved, Todd Cameron never planned to leave West Virginia. So, when an opportunity arose to expand not only his career, but also his side gig, it was hard for...

PHC president discusses spring 2021 recruitment plans

PHC president discusses spring 2021 recruitment plans

Catherine Blankenship, Executive Staff January 26, 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic worsens, Marshall University’s Office of Fraternity and Sorority life is implementing a guide for managing a safe, yet memorable Spring 2021 recruitment.    Recruitment...

10th  Annual  Juried  Exhibition  put on  display

10th  Annual  Juried Exhibition  put on  display

Miranda Valles, Reporter January 26, 2021

The 10th installation of Marshall University’s Annual Juried Exhibition is officially open to the public both in person and virtually at the Charles W. and Norma C. Carroll Gallery from...

Bree Black with art display. Courtesy Bree Black.

MU students brings life to art

Alex Jackson, Reporter December 4, 2020

Bree Black is a senior Marshall University student and visual art major with an emphasis on ceramics and the president of the Marshall Keramos Clay Club.  Black creates and sells her own artwork and...

Desire to help during pandemic leads to new business

Abby Hanlon, Reporter December 1, 2020

Marshall graduate Olivia Hutchison created her own marketing and branding business this year despite the hindrance of the global coronavirus pandemic.  Hutchison started working with small businesses...

Students share experiences working during holidays

Alex Jackson, reporter December 1, 2020

Several Marshall students shared their experiences working Black Friday under unusual circumstances, and balancing school during a pandemic.  Noel Edmunds, a Marshall Freshman and Yankee Candle employee...

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