The Parthenon

Marshall Professors Perform Again After Hiatus

Katlyn Worstell, Reporter September 20, 2021

After a year-and-a-half-long hiatus, two Marshall University professors took the stage Sunday with a recreation of sonatas from the romantic era at the Joan C. Edwards Playhouse. Students were...

College of Business Hosts Virtual Sales Workshop

Jayden Taylor, Reporter September 20, 2021

Marshall University’s Transformative Sales and Service Excellence Center in the Lewis College of Business is presenting on Sept. 22 a virtual sales pitch workshop from 1-2 p.m. to teach students...

Two Musicians Hit the Stage with Beautiful Music

Katlyn Worstell, Reporter September 14, 2021

After a hiatus lasting a year and a half, two Marshall University professors musicians took the stage Sunday with a recreation of sonatas from the romantic era at the Joan C. Edwards Playhouse. Students...

Nationwide Inflation Affects Local Businesses

Alyssa Woods, Reporter September 14, 2021

For small businesses in Huntington, it may have seemed like the worst was over when the Coronavirus shut down ended. However, a new enemy has emerged from the pandemic in the form of inflation, kicking...

FitFest honors fallen Huntington Doctor on anniversary of 9/11

FitFest Honors Fallen Huntington Doctor on 20th Anniversary of September 11th Attacks

Alyssa Woods, Reporter September 14, 2021

Huntington’s annual FitFest fell on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on our nation, using the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health as a path for the community to use.   The trail...

Marshall’s Crisis Relief Program Helps Students with Financial Struggles Due to COVID-19

Conner Woodruff, Reporter September 14, 2021

Students affected by unforeseen hardships can apply for support money, pulling from a greater $500,000 crisis relief fund.  Students who cannot afford school equipment because of COVID-19...

Students showing appreciation for International Housekeeping and Environmental services week

Housekeepers and Environmental Services Honored this Week

Katlyn Worstell, Reporter September 14, 2021

Housekeepers and Environmental Service workers are being honored for their hard work starting Monday, September 13th through Saturday, September 18th.  “The work they do can often times go...

Marshall Thrift Store Cuts Half of Campus Waste

Alaina Laster, Reporter September 13, 2021

Sustainability manager Amy Parsons-White hosted the grand opening of the Marshall University Thrift Store on Sept. 10, while President Gilbert cut the opening day ribbon.   According to Parsons-White,...

Students Respond to University Weekly Testing

Conner Woodruff, Reporter September 13, 2021

All students who have not received the COVID-19 vaccine are to be tested weekly due to a newly established policy.  In an alert sent to all Marshall students via the University’s Communications Announcement...

Marshall’s 16th Annual Quoit Competition Begins

Jayden Taylor, Reporter September 13, 2021

The 16th annual Marshall Quoits began this week and will be played throughout the month.   The event, sponsored by John Deaver Drinko Academy, is hosting three separate Quoits tournaments. One...

Cabell Countys’ First Event Provides Free Naxolone

Alaina Laster, Reporter September 13, 2021

Save A Life Day came to Cabell County on Sept. 8 for the first time. With the help of St. Peters’ Community Outreach center and The Huntington Addiction Wellness Center (HAWC), Carrie Ware was...

Black United Students host their own Paint and SIp

Black United Students Host Their Own ‘Paint and Sip’

Katlyn Worstell, Reporter September 13, 2021

Black United Students held an Express Yourself, Trap and Paint session on Sept. 9. in Marcos, downstairs in the Memorial Student Center.  Inspired by last semester’s “Paint and Sip”...

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