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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

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Demonstrators protest Friday, Oct. 18 after a USA Today article detailed Marshalls failings within Title IX.

Protestors Spark Change in Marshall’s Title IX Program

Taylor Isaac, Student Reporter November 19, 2022

After a student-led protest on Friday morning, Nov. 18, Marshall University plans to work with the student body on restructuring the Title IX system to...

Homecoming Love Story: New Mr. Marshall Proposes on Football Field

Homecoming Love Story: New Mr. Marshall Proposes on Football Field

Tyler Spence, Executive Editor November 9, 2022

A Marshall-themed love story started a new chapter for the newest Mr. Marshall and his fiancée during halftime of the Herd’s homecoming game against...

WMUL’s Hosts Homecoming Car Bash

WMUL’s Hosts Homecoming Car Bash

Matthew Schaffer, Student Reporter November 1, 2022

Destruction drew a crowd at Buskirk Field as students lined up for their chance to destroy a car for WMUL’s 20th annual Car Bash on Thursday, Oct. 27. The...

Calvin Hunter, Nevaeh Harmon Named Mr. and Ms. Marshall

Calvin Hunter, Nevaeh Harmon Named Mr. and Ms. Marshall

The Parthenon November 1, 2022

During halftime at Marshall's homecoming game against Coastal Carolina, Nevaeh Harmon and Calvin Hunter were named Mr. and Ms. Marshall respectively. Calvin...

2022 Homecoming Court Announced

2022 Homecoming Court Announced

Victoria Ware, Features and Cultures Editor October 25, 2022

The 2022 Homecoming Court was announced after the Unity Walk on Oct. 24 at the Memorial Student Center.   The Homecoming Court includes Abbey McBrayer...

Marshalls Cheer Team participating in the Unity Walk

Marshall Hosts Unity Walk to Kick off Homecoming Week

Conner Woodruff, News Editor October 25, 2022

Fraternities, sororities, sports teams and other organizations from all corners of student involvement joined together to kick off the 2022 homecoming...

Owen Porter celebrating

Owen Porter Named SBC Defensive Player of the Week

Chayce Matheny, Sports Editor October 25, 2022

On Saturday, Oct. 22, Marshall defeated JMU 26-21. In the game against JMU, redshirt junior Owen Porter had nine tackles, four and a half tackles for...

Joe Carbone and AD Christian Spears

Athletic Director Gives Update on Baseball Head Coach Search

Chayce Matheny, Sports Editor October 19, 2022

A former graduate assistant to  legendary baseball head coach, Jack Cook, will help lead the university to find its next baseball head coach, Athletic...

Via Herald-Dispatch

Marshall Player Succeeds in Spite of Speech Impediment

Zach Highlander, Student Reporter October 18, 2022

Andre Sam, a Marshall senior who has shared his lifelong struggle with stuttering, has become an inspiration to many. Sam is a sixth year senior who...

Marshall Basketball Takes Over Downtown

Marshall Basketball Takes Over Downtown

Evan Green, Managing Editor October 13, 2022

Marshall’s men's and women’s basketball teams kicked off their season by hosting their inaugural Hoops in Huntington event in Pullman Square.  The...

Defensive lineman Ray Ruschel, gesturing at center, a 49-year-old college freshman at North Dakota State College of Science, works on rushing techniques during practice on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022, in Wahpeton, N.D. Ruschel who spends his nights working as a mechanic at a local sugar beet factory, is seeking a business management degree at the junior college in hopes of becoming a supervisor at the plant. He plays a dozen snaps or more a game.

College football at 49? North Dakota Lineman Has Right Stuff

Dave Kolpack, Associated Press October 6, 2022

WAHPETON, N.D. (AP) — When North Dakota State College of Science suffered a heartbreaking loss in early September — foiled at the goal line as time...

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