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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Chris Gardner gave the keynote at the Spring 2024 Commencement.

Class of 2024 Graduates With ‘Permission to Dream’

Anna Holstein, Staff Reporter April 29, 2024

Marshall’s newest graduates should have ambition as they begin their futures, said the keynote speaker of the university’s 2024 Spring Commencement...

Chris Gardner

Spring Commencement to Feature Inspiring Speaker

Sarah Davis, News Editor April 23, 2024

Marshall’s upcoming spring commencement graduates will hear from a man who went from struggling with homelessness to being a CEO. Chris Gardner, author...

University Makes Final Preparations for Campus Carry

Evan Green, Executive Editor April 22, 2024

On July 1, a significant change will occur in West Virginia universities. Senate Bill 10, also known as the Campus Self-Defense Act, will require all...

School of Pharmacy 5K Raises Money for Diabetes

Wade Sullivan, Student Reporter April 21, 2024

The Marshall University School of Pharmacy held its seventh annual Dominate Diabetes 5k at Ritter Park on Saturday, April 13. The race, which moved...

Walk For Hope Flyer

Courtesy of Phi Alpha

Walk for Hope to Shine Light on Suicide Prevention

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor April 19, 2024

The annual Suicide Prevention Walk serves as a reminder that community members are not alone in their most stressful times, said the president of Phi Alpha...

University Raises Tuition

Nolan Duncan, Student Reporter April 19, 2024

Even with a slight increase in tuition, the chief financial officer said Marshall University is still one of the cheapest universities to attend in West...

Bowls like these will be available for purchase on Friday, April 19.

21st Annual Empty Bowls to Feed Community

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor April 17, 2024

The annual Empty Bowls fundraiser allows students to see the impact of their art, said Marshall’s ceramics area coordinator. “I really hope that...

A trolley used during the 2020 tours

Black History Trolley Tours in Huntington

Matthew Schaffer, Managing Editor April 17, 2024

Community members will have the opportunity to explore Huntington’s rich history and the people who built it on Friday, April 19, as the Black Huntington...

Ashley Bohm, Livi Shonkwiler and Jaylin Harris at last years breakfast.

Alpha Xi Delta’s Berry Delicious Tradition

Kaitlyn Fleming, Student Reporter April 17, 2024

Alpha Xi Delta plans to host their 71st annual Strawberry Breakfast from 7-11 a.m. on Thursday, April 18, at the Alpha Xi Delta house.  The Strawberry...

Women’s Basketball Introduces Juli Fulks as New Head Coach

Joseph DiCristofaro, Sports Editor April 17, 2024

Transylvania University head coach Juli Fulks has been hired as the new head coach for the Marshall Women’s Basketball, following the departure of Kim...

BeyondMU: Students Begin Occupation of Administrative Buildings as Divestment Calls Continue

Matthew Schaffer, Managing Editor April 15, 2024

Over a dozen students are currently facing immediate suspension following a pro-Palestinian demonstration and installation Friday, April 5, at Pomona College,...

U.S. Senate Hopeful Visits Huntington

Reagan Clagg, Student Reporter April 14, 2024

Cabell County is an important place to include in a statewide campaign, a United States Senate hopeful said during his  visit to Huntington on March 30. “I’m...

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