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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall Honors Victims of Transphobia During Transgender Day of Remembrance

Matthew Schaffer, Student Reporter November 17, 2022

A candlelight vigil honoring nationwide victims of anti-transgender violence united community members and speakers on campus Wednesday night, Nov. 16,...

Marshall Health worked to put on the Stars, Stripes, and Smiles event.

Marshall Health Provides Veterans with Free Dental Care

Taylor Isaac, Student Reporter November 15, 2022

Honoring West Virginia troops and their families, Marshall Health provided dental services that practically everyone can smile about.  This Veterans...

The memorial fountain during its last seconds while flowing during the ceremony.

Vince Carelli Honors Father During 52nd Fountain Ceremony

Taylor Isaac, Student Reporter November 14, 2022

As Vince Carelli—who was a day shy of his third birthday—crawled into bed, he looked towards the tearful face of his mother and asked why his father...

Cabell County Republicans Win Big in the Midterm Elections

Matthew Schaffer, Student Reporter November 9, 2022

Republicans swept major races in Cabell County’s midterm elections on Tuesday, Nov. 8, earning wins on the federal, state and county levels. Among...

Homecoming Love Story: New Mr. Marshall Proposes on Football Field

Homecoming Love Story: New Mr. Marshall Proposes on Football Field

Tyler Spence, Executive Editor November 9, 2022

A Marshall-themed love story started a new chapter for the newest Mr. Marshall and his fiancée during halftime of the Herd’s homecoming game against...

Vending Machines Sell Community Art

Vending Machines Sell Community Art

Taylor Isaac, Student Reporter November 8, 2022

Artists in Huntington can now use vending machines to connect their pieces with patrons thanks to an initiative launched by a former Marshall University...

Jewels in the City: Making Art Fun and Affordable

Taylor Isaac, Student Reporter November 6, 2022

Artists in Huntington can now use vending machines to connect their pieces with patrons thanks to an initiative launched by a former Marshall University...

Wellness Center Offers Free Flu Shots to Students

Wellness Center Offers Free Flu Shots to Students

Destiney Dingess, Student Reporter November 1, 2022

The Wellness Center and nursing students teamed together Thursday afternoon in the pursuit of giving 290 flu shots to faculty, staff and students at the...

Members of the iCenter, Assistant Director Paige Leonard and one of the iCenter students, Jaxon Smith, stand in the Corbly Hall iCenter classroom.

iCenter Aims to Create Culture of Innovation on Campus

Evan Green, Managing Editor November 1, 2022

Over the last few years, the Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation—better known as the iCenter—has served as a major force to develop...

Plaza Named for Activist Phil Carter

Plaza Named for Activist Phil Carter

Lucy Bell, Student Reporter November 1, 2022

After 60 years of fighting for community change in Huntington, one of the city’s most influential civil rights activists has a plaza named after him. Professor...

Homecoming Parade Brings Together Marshall and Community Members 

Morgan Pemberton, Student Reporter October 31, 2022

With no restrictions related to COVID-19, Marshall students, alumni and community members came together for the homecoming parade on Thursday, Oct. 27,...

WMUL’s Car Bash Hosts Smashing Homecoming Celebrations

Matthew Schaffer, Student Reporter October 30, 2022

Destruction drew a crowd at Buskirk Field as students lined up for their chance to destroy a car for WMUL’s 20th annual Car Bash on Thursday, Oct. 27. The...

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