The Parthenon

Where Marshall can take you: Study Abroad in Florence

Where Marshall can take you: Study Abroad in Florence

Heather Barker, Contributer

June 13, 2018


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I had always wanted to study abroad but did not know when or where I would do it. I finally made the leap into the unknown during fall semester of my junior year. I saw an email from my dean recruiting students to go on a trip to Florence, Italy in the summer with the College of Arts and Media. On May 6, ...

Phase One of all-inclusive playground is underway

Phase One of all-inclusive playground is underway

Franklin Norton, Managing Editor

June 1, 2018


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Almost two years ago, the Greater Huntington Parks and Recreation District began the preliminary plans for an all-inclusive, all-access playground at St. Cloud Commons. The playground comes with the cost of $1.4 million, and Kevin Brady, the Executive Director of G.H.P.R.D., committed to starting Phase...

Reed elected President of SECAC

Reed elected President of SECAC

Ginny Blake, Reporter

April 26, 2018


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Her artwork may be in museums as far away as Lacoste, France, but the heart of Director of the School of Art and Design Sandra Reed is with her students at Marshall University. Reed began teaching at Marshall University three and a half years ago, has taught over 30 different courses and has worked as...

Greek Week concludes with Greek Sing

Sarah Ingram, Reporter

April 16, 2018


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Greek Week comes to a close after vigorous competitions in sports, community service and dances. Throughout the week, Greek Life had tournaments for volleyball, chariot races, basketball, flag football and soccer. There was also a picnic for the Greek community to get to know each other better and a ...

Localization movement aims for more community involvement

Localization movement aims for more community involvement

Michaela Crittenden, Reporter

April 16, 2018


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Founder and curator of the Localization movement Lilly Dyer, a junior photography major, is gathering 15 of Huntington’s local artists for a pop-up installation at the Heritage Station from 6-9 p.m. Saturday. “Localization is a movement geared toward frequenting the public exposure of our area’s ...

Walk for Hope to raise awareness of suicide, suicide prevention

Michaela Crittenden, Reporter

April 9, 2018


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“Suicide is the second leading cause of death for 14 to 24 year olds” is the tagline for the Walk for Hope on Thursday from 6-9 p.m. outside of the Memorial Student Center. One of the coordinators Megan Workman, a graduate student in the social work program, said it was a chance to have a conversati...

Grindstone Coffeeology opens central location

Grindstone Coffeeology opens central location

Kyra Biscarner, Reporter

April 9, 2018


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Popular among students and community alike, the famous Grindstone Coffeeology truck has now expanded to include a fixed location. The new location located at 816 8th Street in Huntington includes a walk-in coffee shop, along with the addition of a drive thru and Owner, Brendan Fenn said although he ...

Local Businesswoman Wins Small Business Award

Zachary Stevens, Reporter

April 9, 2018


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with Community Mindset with Community Mindset Kim Baker is the owner of River and Rail Bakery, a bakery and café in Heritage Station in downtown Huntington. As of March 28, she is now also the proud recipient of the 2018 West Virginia Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year Award. The West Virginia...

Marshall senior takes the weight of owning CrossFit

Marshall senior takes the weight of owning CrossFit

Franklin Norton, Managing Editor

April 9, 2018


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For Jordan Houchin, a senior mathematics major at Marshall University, and her husband, Marshall alum Cody Houchin, wellness is second to almost none, and they have found their fitness home at CrossFit Huntington, located in the Kindred Communications building on Fifth Avenue. On April 1, the Houchi...

BANFF Mountain Film Fest returns to the Keith-Albee

Rachael Cook, Reporter

April 2, 2018


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For the second year, Banff Mountain Film Festival will be showing a variety of outdoor recreational films today at 7 p.m. at the Keith-Albee Theater. Banff Mountain Film Festival has existed since 1976 and features short films and documentaries about mountain culture, sports and the environment. Ban...

Bands You Should Be Listening To: Shenanagram

Bands You Should Be Listening To: Shenanagram

Lilly Dyer, Photo Editor

April 2, 2018


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Huntington, West Virginia–a small city full of music venues, bands and a wide variety of genres to choose from. Mason Hart, Brandon McClay, Ian Noble and Chantz Sigler are four guys who make up one of those bands, and it’s Shenanagram. Four goofballs who take their music seriously to guarantee a...

Small business offers worldly style

Small business offers worldly style

Sarah Ingram, Reporter

April 2, 2018


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MacKenzie Morley is an up-and-coming business woman in the downtown Huntington area with her growing shop Kenzington Alley, located on Third Avenue, a store she says is a visual representation of who she is. “This store is a true expression of who I am,” Morley said. “The clothes I sell, the l...