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The statue, created by Huntington Native and Marshall graduate Frederick Hightower Sr., is a nearly eight-foot-tall bronze figure of Greer in his number 16 Marshall jersey. | Richard Crank

Marshall Honors Hal Greer with Statue

Xena Bunton, Executive Editor October 9, 2021

Facebook Live To celebrate the life of athlete Harold Everett “Hal” Greer, Marshall University held a ceremony Oct. 9 to unveil a bronze statue of the athlete on the corner of 3rd Ave. and 18th...

Marshall’s President Search Narrowed Down to Five

Conner Woodruff September 30, 2021

The Board of Governors announced the five candidates who could potentially be Marshall’s next president. The board plans to announce the school’s next president on October 28th.  The five candidates...

The mural was created by Baleigh Epperly, eight current members, Marshall alumnae and former vice president Abi Taylor. | Baleigh Epperly

Mural Protests the Petrochemical Industry in West Virginia

Xena Bunton, Executive Editor September 23, 2021

After receiving a grant, the sustainability club has designed a mural to illustrate the impact of fracked gas and the petrochemical industry in West Virginia. “The ugly truth is that West Virginia...

FitFest honors fallen Huntington Doctor on anniversary of 9/11

FitFest Honors Fallen Huntington Doctor on 20th Anniversary of September 11th Attacks

Alyssa Woods, Reporter September 14, 2021

Huntington’s annual FitFest fell on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on our nation, using the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health as a path for the community to use.   The trail...

Marshall Routs North Carolina Central 44-10 in Home Opener

Andrew Rogers , Reporter September 14, 2021

Using the passing game of Grant Wells, Marshall football was able to improve to 2-0 with a 44-10 victory over North Carolina Central. Despite the overwhelming win and 700 yards of total offense, head coach...

A Heated Rivalry Returns as Powerhouses Marshall and WVU Face-Off in Major Soccer Matchup

Christian Palmer, Reporter September 14, 2021

A heated rivalry will ignite Friday, when the undefeated West Virginia Mountaineers men’s soccer team travels into Huntington to matchup against the Thundering Herd at Hoops Family Field.   After...

Student Body President, Alyssa Parks poses with notable alumni and former Navy coach Jack Lengyel at the Big Green Tailgate

A sea of green at the Naval Academy: Marshall’s strong fanbase travels to Annapolis

Isabella Robinson, Features Editor September 7, 2021

Marshall fans arrived in Annapolis in droves on Saturday as the 2021 Herd football season kicked off against the Naval Academy.  Student Body President Alyssa Parks attended the game in Annapolis...

Flash Flooding adds to financial struggles for University

Conner Woodruff, Reporter September 7, 2021

Last week’s flash flood devastating parts of Marshall University’s campus will be another financial burden to MU’s already tight financial situation, according to the vice president of finances.  The...

Bryn Brown, M.A., CCC-SLP, is an evidence based pediatric speech-language pathologist and Clinical Assistant Professor in the department of Communication Disorders at Marshall University.

Marshall Alumni: Where are we now? Bryn Brown

September 1, 2021

With only the knowledge that she wanted to work with kids in some way, Bryn Brown followed her high school best friend to Marshall University.   “I lived on the eighth floor of towers, where I...

Students walk to classes on campus

School of Medicine Mandates Vaccine for Students, Employees

Tyler Spence, Managing Editor September 1, 2021

The Marshall University School of Medicine and Marshall Health announced Tuesday that the Coronavirus vaccine will be mandatory for all students and employees by Oct. 31. The decision followed the U.S....

Flash flooding forces many to leave their vehicles behind

Flash Flooding Leaves Huntington Drenched

Jayden Taylor, Reporter September 1, 2021

Huntington had some major flooding issues Monday, but what caught some Marshall students by surprise was the flooding of Smith Hall. Starting around 4:15 p.m., water began to slither into Smith...

Project Hope is a residential treatment facility that helps mothers adjust to recovery while caring for their children.

Local nonprofit gives “hope” for new beginnings

Brittany Hively, Executive Editor August 13, 2021

As the drug epidemic continues to spread, more effort for recovery is needed. However, recovery is not a one-size-fit-all case, especially for those single mothers with substance use disorder.  Marshall...

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