The Parthenon

Guyandotte goes back to Civil War era for 25th year

Amber Payne, Reporter

November 3, 2014

The oldest section of Huntington, the town of Guyandotte, went back in time to the mid- 19th century this weekend for the 25th annual Guyandotte Civil War Days. In 1861, the Union-controlled town of Guyandotte was raided by confederate troops, whose surprise attack resulted in a Confederate victory....

Undead Threads brings designs to life

Aundrea Horsley, Reporter

October 29, 2014

Hayden Holstine and Nick Mason have been best friends for years. Now, they are also business partners who created the clothing line Undead Threads. Holstine, junior business marketing major, and Mason, senior marketing major, have been planning to create their own clothing line since 2010. “The...

Meet and INTO Marshall student: Badr Isred

Jared Casto, Reporter

October 28, 2014

Badr Isreb, an INTO student from Syria, is a Business Administration major working towards his master’s degree. Isreb came to Marshall University after completing his undergraduate degree at Kalamoon University in Syria. The hometown environment of Marshall was a large attraction for Isreb, who wanted...

Forever a daughter of Marshall

Shalee Rogney, Reporter

October 26, 2014

Nancy Pelphrey started her career at Marshall University in 1968 as a student. She will finish her time at Marshall when she retires after the school year. She has been connected to the university in some way for more than 45 years. In her time at Marshall, Pelphrey has seen the reign of 12 presidents. “I’ve...