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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

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Jessica Tall giving her talk about connecting identities as items of clothing.

Commonalities Confirmed at TEDxMarshallU

Sarah Davis, News Editor February 28, 2024

Eight threads– ranging from intertwining theater and science to managing stress– were connected Tuesday, Feb. 27, at this year’s TEDxMarshallU event...

Matthew Schaffer

BeyondMU: W.Va. Legislature Continues Slew of Controversial Bills Despite Opposition

Matthew Schaffer, Managing Editor February 26, 2024

West Virginia’s House of Delegates passed the controversial HB 5243, also known as the “West Virginia Women’s Bill of Rights,” on Wednesday, Feb....

Judge Richard Gergel speaking at the Amicus Curiae lecture.

Courage Valued at Amicus Curiae

Sarah Davis, News Editor February 23, 2024

Bravery binded the stories of an African American World War II veteran, United States president and district judge, an author and judge said Thursday,...

Judge Richard Gergel

Amicus Curiae Returning to Campus

Sarah Davis, News Editor February 21, 2024

The United States’ Civil Rights Movement is the topic of an upcoming lecture on campus this week. The Amicus Curiae Lecture Series on Constitutional...

Charlie and Pamela Bowen have been married 54 years.

Campus Couples: Charlie and Pamela Bowen

Kaitlyn Fleming, Student Reporter February 20, 2024

Within the hustle and bustle of college campuses, there lies the multi-faceted world of love. Love presents itself in many forms, and it appears to thrive...

Matthew Schaffer

BeyondMU: Utah Becomes the Latest State to Ban Diversity

Matthew Schaffer, Managing Editor February 19, 2024

A group of 19 Brown University students ended their hunger strike on Friday, Feb. 9, after failing to make headway on urging the Rhode Island university...

Mayor Williams Delivers Final State of the City Address

Matthew Schaffer, Managing Editor February 19, 2024

“I’m left with very high expectations of where our city is headed in the coming years and decades,” Huntington Mayor Steve Williams said on Monday...

Career Office Gives Employment Opportunities

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor February 17, 2024

 Life after graduation can feel daunting, but the Office of Career Education’s Handshake program is implemented to relieve students’ stress and increase...

Toney Stroud

Marshall to Sell Property and Renovate Existing Buildings

Nolan Duncan, Student Reporter February 17, 2024

The Board of Governors recently discussed plans to sell and renovate various properties on and off campus during a meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 7. Toney...

Filmmaking Major Announced

Cyd Collins, Student Reporter February 16, 2024

Starting in August, students interested in the film industry can declare a major focused solely on filmmaking. Until now, students who wanted their...

Glen Midkiff, chief of staff

A Man who Bleeds Green and White

Nolan Duncan, Student Reporter February 15, 2024

A Marshall University chief of staff said he invests his love and dedication to Marshall and its students because of the mentors that invested their time...

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