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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

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Dr. Marjorie J. Spruill, author of Divided We Stand

Amicus Curiae Examines Women’s Rights

Sarah Davis, Staff Reporter February 2, 2023

Dr. Marjorie J. Spruill spoke on Tuesday, Jan. 31, at the most recent Amicus Curiae lecture “to shed some light on the deeply polarized and bitterly...

Dr. Simon Perry

Simon Perry, Professor Emeritus, Dead at 92

Sarah Davis, Staff Reporter February 1, 2023

Dr. Simon Perry, professor emeritus of Marshall’s political science department, died on Friday, Jan. 27, at the age of 92.  Perry began teaching...

The “Mandi-Ball” Hopes to Engage Students and Alumni

Bex Law, Student Reporter February 1, 2023

The inaugural “Mandi-Ball,” a play on the word “mandible,” will be hosted by the Department of Communication Disorders to spark interest engagement...

Black History Month events will take place across Marshalls campus throughout the month

Black History Month Events Launch on Campus

Bex Law, Student Reporter January 31, 2023

With a theme of “Black Contribution in American Life and History,” Marshall University will celebrate Black History Month with events ranging from...

Marshall Student Film Festival Open for Submissions

Bex Law, Student Reporter January 31, 2023

Submissions are open for Marshall University students to submit their films for the Marshall Student Film Festival, with the final deadline being Feb....

Resident Advisor Dies in Willis Hall

Conner Woodruff, Managing Editor January 30, 2023

A Marshall University student and resident advisor was found dead in his dorm room over the weekend. Quinton “Q” Bogner, Willis Hall resident advisor...

A picture of Green and White day from Feb. 16, 2022

Upcoming Green and White Day Helps Prospective Students Make an Informed Decision About College

Abigail Cutlip, Student Reporter January 30, 2023

Prospective Marshall students will have the opportunity to learn more about what campus has to offer during the upcoming Green and White Day on Feb. 4. “They're...

Director Describes “Steel Magnolias” as Authentic and Accessible

Bex Law, Student Reporter January 30, 2023

Director Leah Turley predicts that audiences will enjoy the authenticity of the School of Theatre’s upcoming production, “Steel Magnolias” by Robert...

Marshall Launches New Contemporary Dance Company

Marshall Launches New Contemporary Dance Company

Bex Law, Student Reporter January 29, 2023

Marshall University’s School of Theatre and Dance has launched a new contemporary dance company on Jan. 23, a dance and movement club that is open to...

Marshall Students React to Campus Carry Bill

Lydia Montague, Student Reporter January 28, 2023

A bill allowing students to carry concealed weapons on West Virginia college campuses with a permit passed the WV State Senate Tuesday and will now head...

Maddi Mace is from South Charleston and majoring in education.

Countdown to Commencement: Spring Graduate Reminisces on University Experience

Abigail Cutlip, Student Reporter January 27, 2023

After the COVID-19 pandemic cut her freshman year short, a Marshall secondary education major says that she still enjoyed her time at the university. In...

SGA Reflection on Campus Carry Bill

Emma Johnson, Student Reporter January 25, 2023

The Campus Self-Defense Act was passed by the West Virginia State Senate yesterday morning, leading the Student Government Association to hold a session...

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