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Alternative, holistic healing treatments offered at local practice

Alternative, holistic healing treatments offered at local practice

Blake Newhouse, Reporter

December 3, 2019

A local Huntington business is offering alternative healing treatments for those in need of help, whether it be physically, mentally or spiritually. “Being a psychic has a lot to do with energy and reading vibrations. It’s the act of receiving messages from a higher power, and is definitely intuitive,”...

Cirque Musica brings theatrical twist to Huntington

Sarah Ingram, Copy Editor

December 3, 2019

Acrobatics and symphonic music will transport the Huntington community to another world as “Cirque Musica presents Holiday Wishes” comes to the Keith Albee Theatre at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 9. The circus and orchestra combination is expected to give some students a once-in-a-lifetime experience as they witness...

International students experience Christmas traditions during dead week

International students experience Christmas traditions during dead week

Phuong Anh Do, Reporter

December 3, 2019

With cupcakes, gingerbread and Christmas activities, INTO Marshall is aiming to ease students’ minds during dead week by letting international students get involved in some  American Christmas activities.  “We have a holiday party to celebrate with our students,” Liv Giovingo, student service...

Former international student reflects on time at Marshall University

Aaron Dickens, Reporter

December 3, 2019

While traveling to a new country can create a combination of excitement and anxiety, one former Marshall University student said choosing to travel from the United Kingdom to study in Huntington will stay with him forever.  “One of the best choices I have ever made was going to Marshall,” James ...

Guest violist to perform accompanied by Marshall staff members for Music Alive Series

Summer Jewell, Reporter

November 22, 2019

An esteemed guest violist will be assisting the Music Alive Series with bringing the talents of Marshall’s music department throughout the Huntington area on Wednesday, Dec. 4 and Thursday, Dec. 5.  “In the world of art, you always like to exchange musical ideas,” Şőlen Dikener, artistic direct...

Students get crafty with hydro dip at DIY series event

Students get crafty with hydro dip at DIY series event

Julianna Everly, Reporter

November 22, 2019

Students took a break from their schoolwork and got crafty Wednesday by dipping wooden objects into buckets of hot water and oil-based paints to create their own unique DIY designs.  The Campus Activities Board’s monthly DIY event in the Don Morris Room was a Hydro Dip. CAB had different wooden ...

Marshall University Libraries to host stress relief activities during Dead Week

Taylor Speight, Reporter

November 21, 2019

Aimed to develop a friendly and relaxed physical space that supports research, lifelong learning and creativity, the Marshall University Libraries’ annual Stress Relief Week will take place during Dead Week.  “In order for our students to be successful in their research and with their studying,...

From gang to pulpit— the William Elliot story

Michael Morgan, Reporter

November 19, 2019

The former leader of the motorcycle gang called, “Satan’s Choice,” said his alcoholism and criminal activity at a young age gave him a testimony that he now uses to help people as an evangelist. “I was an alcoholic by the time I was 15 years old,” William Elliot, now a licensed UPCI minister...

Huntington Mall invites community to celebrate the holidays with Santa

Sarah Rowe, Staff Writer

November 19, 2019

Santa Claus made a special trek halfway across the world to spread holiday cheer. Ushered in by a team of reindeer and followed by a Christmas train, Santa Claus made his grand arrival at the Huntington Mall Saturday, Nov. 16. “Everyone remembers when they sat on Santa’s lap, wrote him a letter...

North Carolina-born band set to perform at The V Club

North Carolina-born band set to perform at The V Club

Meg Keller, Social Media Manager

November 19, 2019

A “bluegrass dance party” is coming to Huntington’s The V Club, Nov. 23, according to the organizer of the party, Phil Barker.  Town Mountain, an Asheville, North Carolina-born band, is bringing their “roots music” sound to the Mountain State later this month to share with Huntingtonians an...

MU symphonic band to perform ‘The Places You’ll Go’ concert

Summer Jewell, Reporter

November 15, 2019

Music lovers can travel the world through song with Marshall’s symphonic band at their upcoming concert, “The Places You’ll Go,” Thursday, Nov. 21. “The idea just came to me (that) these are kind of iconic places, so we’ll just call it 'The Places You’ll Go,'” Jesse Stevens, the symphonic...

Office of Student Activities hosts Paint and Sip event to honor the 75

Office of Student Activities hosts Paint and Sip event to honor the 75

Julianna Everly, Reporter

November 14, 2019

Some students took a break from the stress of schoolwork and the looming end of the semester to participate in a Paint and Sip event honoring the victims of the 1970 plane crash Wednesday.  The Paint and Sip event, organized by Marshall University’s Office of Student Activities and occurring in the...