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Marshall walks a mile in her shoes

Marshall walks a mile in her shoes

Michaela Crittenden, Reporter

April 5, 2018


Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Marshall University’s campus thundered with the sound of heels clicking during the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event Thursday. “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is an event to promote sexual assault awareness and to stop violence against women,” junior elementary education major and Interfraternity Council Vice...

Unity Month showcases MLK’s impact through discussion, march

Unity Month showcases MLK’s impact through discussion, march

Hanna Pennington, Reporter

April 5, 2018


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Unity Month at Marshall University kicked off Wednesday afternoon with a collection of speeches commemorating Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 50th anniversary of his assassination and a march through Huntington from campus. Speakers reflected on where they were and what they were doing when King was s...

Marshall artist series’ Spring International Film Festival brings foreign cinema to Keith-Albee

Rachel Cook, Reporter

April 5, 2018


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Spring International Film Festival began Thursday at the Keith-Albee theater, “Things to Come” kicking off the festival. The film festival features foreign films with English subtitles. The festival will show six films over the space of four days. Angela Jones, director, marketing and external...

Herd of Love club offers assistance to disabled students on campus

Amanda Larch, Reporter

April 5, 2018


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Marshall University’s Herd of Love club offers disabled students a hotline to contact if they need assistance making it to and from class, especially during the winter months. Kayla Saintagne, president and founder of Herd of Love, said she encourages students to utilize the hotline. “If you have a prob...

Marshall Greek Life prepares for 2018 ‘Greek Week’

Sarah Ingram, Reporter

April 2, 2018


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Greek Week returns to Marshall next week, with different activities relating to sports, singing and community service projects taking over campus. The week is used to bring the Greek community together as well as performing community service, according to Sabel Meadows, the president of the Panhellen...

Marshall University experts to speak at national drug abuse summit

Hanna Pennington, Reporter

April 2, 2018


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A panel of Marshall University faculty is shedding light on substance use disorder treatments and solutions in West Virginia at The National Rx Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit this week in Atlanta, Georgia. The summit is the nation’s largest conference dedicated to the opioid crisis and brings expert...

Local Pulitzer Prize winners discuss their path to success

Local Pulitzer Prize winners discuss their path to success

Michaela Crittenden, Reporter

April 2, 2018


Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Eric Eyre and John Hackworth, Pulitzer Prize winners, spoke to Huntington community members about being an informed citizen and the path to the Pulitzer Prize Monday. Hackworth graduated from Marshall University in 1971 with a journalism degree. He worked for the Herald-Dispatch in Huntington, the Daily Indepe...

Marshall celebrates International Children’s Day with display of popular children’s books

Sarah Ingram, Reporter

April 2, 2018


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The library, along with assistance from the department of education, played host to the International Children’s Day event to promote reading to people of all ages Monday. April 2 is Hans Christian Andersen’s, an author famous for classics like “The Princess and the Pea” and “The Ugly Duck...

Basketball tournament to benefit Branches Domestic Violence Shelter

Amanda Larch, Reporter

April 2, 2018


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Marshall University’s Campus Activity Board will have its first ever Branch Out, Ball Out basketball tournament for students beginning at 10 a.m. in the Recreation Center Saturday. Students can create teams with up to eight members, and it costs $50 to enter the competition. All proceeds will be donat...

Local Journalists to present ‘Path to Pulitzer’

Michaela Crittenden, Reporter

March 29, 2018


Filed under NEWS, Uncategorized

Two Pulitzer Prize winners will discuss the process of investigating and writing award-winning news stories in the Brad D. Smith Foundation Hall April 2 at 7 p.m. “Path to Pulitzer: Journalism and the Informed Citizen” will feature John Hackworth, a 1971 Marshall University graduate in the journ...

New law to bring changes to PROMISE in W.Va.

New law to bring changes to PROMISE in W.Va.

Ginny Blake, Reporter

March 29, 2018


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A bill eliminating the need for homeschooled students to earn the equivalent to a high school degree in order to receive the PROMISE scholarship was passed by the West Virginia Legislature. Passed in early March, Senate Bill 319 will go into effect on July 1. Previously, homeschooled students pursing a...

Police Blotter

Sarah Ingram, Reporter

March 29, 2018


Filed under NEWS

Burglary A student reported he had $116 stolen off of his desk in his dorm room after leaving the room to use the restroom. The student claimed he left his door unlocked because he was using a restroom down the hall from his dorm. When he returned, he noticed the door had been left open and money was...