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Kevin Gilmore practicing as Marshall University running back, 1970. | Photo Courtesy of Anita and John Gilmore.

“Marshall” connects family to precious memories

Xena Bunton, Managing Editor July 29, 2021

When searching for the right dog to bring to his New Jersey apartment, Matthew Gilmore was flooded with family memories when introduced to one Aussie Doodle puppy. Although Gilmore’s family has...

West Virginia health professionals stay silent out of fear

Isabella Robinson, Features Editor July 13, 2021

WV Restore is a monitoring program that claims to provide guidance, support, and accountability to chemically dependent health care professionals, such as nurses, however many within the nursing community that...

Keigan Aabel-Brown, coordinator for the West Virginia Behavioral Health Workforce and Health Equity Training Center. | Photo Courtesy Marshall Communications

Behavioral health training aims to bridge gaps in state mental health care

Brittany Hively, Executive Editor July 1, 2021

Editor's note: This story has been edited to correct an error in a quotation.   Two local organizations have come together to provide behavioral health professionals additional health equity and trauma-related...

Timothy Bryan (left) and Shayna Chapman (right) share presentations in Small Business Webinar Series. 

Webinar series recommends remote working after the pandemic

Xena Bunton, Managing Editor July 1, 2021

To continue the Small Business Webinar Series, Brad D. Smith Schools of Business hosted Business Re-imagined: Utilizing Cloud Technology to Improve Performance webinar on Monday, June 28.   The...

Marshall University closed for holiday weekend

Marshall University closed for holiday weekend

University Communications July 1, 2021

Marshall University will be closed on Friday, July 2, and Monday, July 5, in observance of Juneteenth and Independence Day, respectively. Last month, Gov. Jim Justice declared Friday, June 18, a holiday...

Filmanatix staff shooting a project in April 2021 with a Flycam Galaxy Vest and Canon C500 m2.

New commercial invites Marshall students to represent the university

Xena Bunton, Managing Editor June 23, 2021

Two years since the last Marshall University commercial, University Communications decided to produce a new commercial for the 2021-2022 school year. While the university usually implements a commercial...

Marshall University President Jerome Gilbert Ph.D.

Message from President Gilbert: Provost Taylor to move to Lamar University

Staff Report June 8, 2021

The following letter from President Jerry Gilbert, was sent to students the morning of Tuesday, June 8. "Dear Marshall students, faculty and staff, I am writing to share with you that an announcement...

As a co-founder, Martin received the Power of Performance Award in 2020 at the Small Communities, Big Solutions Conference in South Charleston. She was recognized as someone who is “revitalizing communities” in West Virginia. | Michelle Martin

Kayak crew breaking West Virginia habits

Xena Bunton, Managing Editor June 1, 2021

The day couldn’t be better as you are flowing down the Little Coal River in Danville, West Virginia. The sun is shining bright on you in the perfect 87-degree temperature, closing your eyes to feel...

The game-winning goal was assisted by junior midfielder Vitor Dias and made by senior wing Jamil Roberts in the 1-0 victory. | Austin O'Connor (@oco_photo)

Marshall men’s soccer wins first national title

Noah Hickman, Assistant Sports Editor May 18, 2021

On Monday night, No. 10 Marshall scored the golden goal against No. 3 Indiana in overtime to become national champions for the first time in program history. The goal was assisted by junior midfielder...

Over a million Facebook users virtually gather to

The shame request: The rise of adult cyber-bullies

Xena Bunton, Features Editor April 29, 2021

There has been a noticeable trend of adult cyber-bullying since 2018, as over one million Facebook users virtually gather to “shame” strangers, celebrities and their friends. "You feel as if...

The Middle Fork River in southerwestern Barbour County’s Audra State Park.

Earth Day 2021: Explore

April 20, 2021

COURTESY OF SARAH HARMON WV TOURISM SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR All recommendations are based on distance from Huntington. Nearby: Have a picnic at Ritter Park, play Disc Golf...

Earth Day 2021: Get involved

Earth Day 2021: Get involved

Xena Bunton, Feature Editor April 20, 2021

Earth Day is April 22, it is the perfect time to prepare how you will be celebrating this year. As a college student or staff member, you may not have all the resources or know how to cele- brate...

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