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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

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Demonstrators protest Friday, Oct. 18 after a USA Today article detailed Marshalls failings within Title IX.

Protestors Spark Change in Marshall’s Title IX Program

Taylor Isaac, Student Reporter November 19, 2022

After a student-led protest on Friday morning, Nov. 18, Marshall University plans to work with the student body on restructuring the Title IX system to...

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,...

Joseph Chase Hardin appears in court in 2019 at the Cabell County Courthouse in Huntington.

USA Today Article Details MU Failings in Title IX

The Parthenon November 16, 2022

An article published by USA Today, as a part of an ongoing series on how colleges are failing to live up to the standards of Title IX, detailed how Joseph...

Skip Henderson playing basketball with the Marshall team during his academic career.

MU Basketball Legend Looks for Hope During Harsh Prison Sentence

Johnathan Edwards, Student Reporter November 15, 2022

One of the premier stars of Marshall University basketball in the 1980s has spent the last three decades in and out of the Georgia prison and jail systems,...

The Birke Art Gallery is being moved to a new location in the Visual Arts Center downtown.

Birke Art Gallery Relocates to Visual Arts Center

Lucy Bell, Staff Reporter November 15, 2022

The Birke Art Gallery has found a new home at the Visual Arts Center displaying art for all who visit downtown Huntington after hosting guests at its campus...

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...

The cover of Mumblings by Caitlyn Pace

Marshall Sophomore Publishes First Book

Rafael Alfonso, Chief Copy Editor November 13, 2022

Marshall sophomore Caitlyn Pace recently published her first book, “Mumblings,” which she hopes will bring more positive representation to her home...

W.Va. Voters Reject GOP Proposals on School, Tax Control

Leah Willingham, Associated Press November 10, 2022

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Voters in West Virginia rejected four proposed amendments to the state constitution Tuesday, including two that would have given...

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...

Amicus Curiae Lecture Series Tackles Speech Censorship

Sarah Davis, Staff Reporter November 9, 2022

The topic of free speech and censorship roamed well around Marshall’s campus on Tuesday, Nov. 1. Members of the Marshall community had the opportunity...

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