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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Lunches will be provided through the beginning of April.

Local Churches Provide Students Lunch for a Dollar

Ella Bumgardner, Staff Reporter February 22, 2024

The Campus Christian Center at Marshall University hosted the first “Lunch for a Buck” of the 2024 spring semester on Tuesday, Feb. 13. The center...

The Herd had 34 all-time top-10 performances this season.

Swim & Dive Take Home Gold

Joseph DiCristofaro, Sports Editor February 21, 2024

Capping the weekend off with four gold medals, Swim and Dive wrapped up the Sun Belt Conference Championships on Saturday, Feb. 17, in Orlando, Florida. “The...

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...

Pantry manager Eva Rhodes and assistant pantry manager Eli Patterson
prepare food.

SGA Expands Campus Food Pantry

Emma Gallus, Video & Audio Producer February 21, 2024

The Marshall University Food Pantry will increase the amount of product it can hold due to an upcoming expansion, the pantry’s student manager said. “With...

Crossword Answers Feb. 21

The Parthenon February 21, 2024

Across 1. Performers dress in this to raise funds through Queens for a Cause: DRAG 5. Mascot of Coastal Carolina who defeated Marshall's Mens Basketball...

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...

Chrol discusses his thoughts on “Pride and
Prejudice.”

Panel Discusses Portrayal of Love in Media

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor February 19, 2024

Although many films are intended to reflect reality, films too often impact societal behaviors and standards, said the assistant director of the Women’s,...

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...

Voyles has 39 steals on the season.

Men’s Basketball Prepares for the Mountaineers

Ben Cower, Student Reporter February 18, 2024

The snow-covered Blue Ridge Mountains of Boone, North Carolina, will adorn some kelly green Thursday, Feb. 15, as Marshall Men’s Basketball prepares...

Eta Zeta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha is hosting a 90’s themed Valentine’s
Day shoot.

Historically Black Sororities Leave a Legacy

Kaitlyn Fleming, Student Reporter February 18, 2024

Highlighting the legacy of historically Black sororities on campus as well as spreading love remains the paramount concern for Black Greek letter organizations,...

Abby Herring (1) and Asha Bora (2) running the 5k

Herring Breaks School Record

Wade Sullivan, Student Reporter February 17, 2024

Fifth-year senior Abby Herring shattered the previous school record in the indoor 5k run by over a minute on the first day of the Marshall Invitational...

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...

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