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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

A piece in the Voyage of Life exhibit.

New Art Exhibition Asks What It Means to Exist

Taylor Isaac, Staff Reporter January 17, 2023

Combining modern technology with environmental elements, the latest sculptural exhibit to premiere at Marshall’s Visual Arts Center pushes the boundaries of art and existence.  “Voyage of Life”...

Farewell, Parthenon: Lessons I’ve Learned

Farewell, Parthenon: Lessons I’ve Learned

Tyler Spence, Executive Editor November 29, 2022

I have not known a life without The Parthenon for the past two years. Many editors upon their departure from this institution often reflect on the days spent in the newsroom and the long hours...

The Friends I’ve Made in The Parthenon Are Forever

The Friends I’ve Made in The Parthenon Are Forever

Isabella Robinson, Staff Reporter November 29, 2022

I wanted to become a YouTuber when I came to the journalism school in 2019 as a freshman. I tried to find myself deep in the glitz and glamor I romanticized this career to be. Red carpet events, press...

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A Season Recap of Marshall Women’s Soccer

Johnathan Edwards, Student Reporter November 8, 2022

This season could be considered a tale of two halves, as a late surge to qualify for the Sun Belt tournament proved this team had a lot of heart.  After some early season ties and a win against Morehead...

Why inflation will likely stay sky-high regardless of which party wins the midterms

William Chittenden, Texas State University November 1, 2022

Soaring inflation is the top issue for a lot of voters heading into the midterms, with most saying Republicans would do a better job of handling the problem. Indeed, Republican candidates are taking full...

OPINION: How college in prison is leading professors to rethink how they teach

Mneesha Gellman, Emerson College October 25, 2022

When it comes to education in prison, policy and research often focus on how it benefits society or improves the life circumstances of those who are serving time. But as I point out in my new edited...

EDITORIAL: Pedestrian Safety Month Has More to Do With Cars and Less to Do With Pedestrians

EDITORIAL: Pedestrian Safety Month Has More to Do With Cars and Less to Do With Pedestrians

The Parthenon October 19, 2022

Since the tragic death of a Marshall student crossing 3rd Avenue last fall, several measures have been taken to increase pedestrian safety around the Huntington campus.  Speed limits on 3rd and 5th...

Bolly’s Bets Looks at CFB Week Eight and NFL Week Seven

Zach Bollinger, Sports Columnist October 18, 2022

I took last week off from Bolly’s Bets because I wanted just to sit back and enjoy watching the games this weekend… then Marshall and the Baltimore Ravens broke my heart again, so let's just get into...

Marshall and Louisiana Meet Under the Wednesday Night Lights

Marshall and Louisiana Meet Under the Wednesday Night Lights

Zach Bollinger, Sports Columnist October 11, 2022

It feels like forever ago when Marshall marched into The Caesars Superdome to take on future Sun Belt opponent, the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns. Though it may not be in the Superdome, and there will not...

Bolly’s Bets Looks at CFB Week Six and NFL Week Five

Zach Bollinger, Sports Columnist October 4, 2022

Marshall and WVU both have bye weeks this Saturday, so let’s dig into some other games you can look forward to this weekend.  Washington versus Arizona State Washington opens the week as 14-point...

Vegan Options on Campus are Lackluster at Best

Conner Woodruff, News Editor October 4, 2022

The food situation on campus isn’t as accessible as it could be. Despite there being a variety of food options on the Huntington campus, there aren’t many menu items at any of Marshall’s restaurants...

Bolly’s Bets: CFB Week Five and NFL Week Four

Zach Bollinger, Sports Columnist September 27, 2022

We are finally into conference play in college football while slowly beginning to discover each NFL team's identity. After a crazy week of upsets, let's get into this week's slate. Marshall vs. Gardner-Webb There...

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