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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Walk For Hope Flyer

Courtesy of Phi Alpha

Walk for Hope to Shine Light on Suicide Prevention

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor April 19, 2024

The annual Suicide Prevention Walk serves as a reminder that community members are not alone in their most stressful times, said the president of Phi Alpha...

Bowls like these will be available for purchase on Friday, April 19.

21st Annual Empty Bowls to Feed Community

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor April 17, 2024

The annual Empty Bowls fundraiser allows students to see the impact of their art, said Marshall’s ceramics area coordinator. “I really hope that...

A trolley used during the 2020 tours

Black History Trolley Tours in Huntington

Matthew Schaffer, Managing Editor April 17, 2024

Community members will have the opportunity to explore Huntington’s rich history and the people who built it on Friday, April 19, as the Black Huntington...

Parthenon Farewell

Parthenon Farewell

Victoria Ware, Opinions & Culture Editor April 17, 2024

When I started writing for The Parthenon, it was as if everything finally made sense. Up until that point, I had spent my life frantically changing my...

Ashley Bohm, Livi Shonkwiler and Jaylin Harris at last years breakfast.

Alpha Xi Delta’s Berry Delicious Tradition

Kaitlyn Fleming, Student Reporter April 17, 2024

Alpha Xi Delta plans to host their 71st annual Strawberry Breakfast from 7-11 a.m. on Thursday, April 18, at the Alpha Xi Delta house.  The Strawberry...

Marshall First Lady Alys Smith introduced six female journalists for her fourth namesake symposium.

Alys Smith Symposium Features Female Journalists

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor April 11, 2024

Women in journalism face a unique struggle when trying to balance work and life, the keynote speaker said at the fourth Alys Smith Symposium on Women Professionals...

The Huntington City Council building

City Council Hears Potential PODA Changes

Reagan Clagg, Student Reporter April 10, 2024

Huntington City Council heard the first reading of an ordinance on April 8 that would expand the days and times when Huntington’s Private Outdoor Designated...

Award-winning writer Crystal Wilkinson will speak as part of the A.E. Stringer
Visiting Writer Series. The event is sponsored by the Marshall University Department of English.

Former Kentucky Poet-Laureate to Speak as Part of the A.E. Stringer Writers Series

Victoria Ware, Opinions & Culture Editor April 10, 2024

Award-winning poet and memoirist Crystal Wilkinson will showcase her literary contributions as a part of the A. E. Stringer Visiting Writer Series on Thursday,...

Canellos will visit campus on Thursday, April 11th.

Final Amicus Curiae to Explore Supreme Court Justice’s Career

Sarah Davis, News Editor April 9, 2024

The final Amicus Curiae lecture series will cover the life and career of a prominent Supreme Court Justice. Lawyer and Politico editor Peter Canellos...

Students gathered on the Memorial Student Center Plaza and Buskirk Field to watch the Solar Eclipse on Monday, April 8.

Community Gravitates to Campus for Eclipse

Baylee Parsons, Copy Editor April 8, 2024

“Here Comes the Sun” by The Beatles echoed across a community-filled Buskirk Field as a solar eclipse reached 95% coverage on Monday, April 8—with...

Newly elected SGA Vice President Connor Waller and President Brea Belville

Belville and Waller Secure Victory in SGA Election

Kaitlyn Fleming, Student Reporter April 3, 2024

Students gathered as Brea Belville and Connor Waller were announced as the 2024-2025 student body president and vice president on April 3 in the Memorial...

Huntington firefighters responded to the incident in Corbly Hall.

Severe Storm Smacks Marshall and Surrounding Area

Kaitlyn Fleming and Reagan Clagg April 2, 2024

Severe weather walloped the Tri-State Tuesday morning, April 2, damaging Marshall’s new baseball stadium and trapping a person in an elevator. Storms...

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