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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

The Herd will face off against the Bulldogs in next seasons opening game.

Football Announces Opener Against Bulldogs

Joseph DiCristofaro, Sports Editor July 16, 2024

Marshall Football is set to face the dominant Power Five Georgia Bulldogs in the 2025 season opener, Marshall Athletics announced on July 10. Georgia...

Sarah Davis

Reading is a Hobby Every College Student Should Pick up

Sarah Davis, Managing Editor July 5, 2024

I know what you are thinking after reading the headline: I hate reading. I have to read for two semesters, let me have my peace. I know you are thinking...

Huntington’s Kitchen is rebranding with the idea that the heart of the home is the kitchen.

Huntington Hotspots: Huntington’s Kitchen

Maggie Gibbs, Staff Reporter July 3, 2024

At Huntington’s Kitchen, chef Isabel Cross is crafting a unique, multidimensional hub: a community resource, event space and a center for healthier living....

The exhibit displays art from Blenko Glass Company, an artisan business in the Tri-State area.

New VAC Exhibit Showcases Local Business

Baylee Parsons, News Editor June 28, 2024

The art students may have dropped their paint and brushes for the summer, but things are getting colorful at the Visual Arts Center with the installation...

The four former football players called Tuscaloosa home.

Marshall Miles Away: Families of Victims Push for Monument Re-Location

Sarah Davis, Managing Editor June 28, 2024

The choice of location of an Alabama monument that would honor four players who died in the 1970 plane crash is being criticized by those closest to the...

Shawn Schulenberg and his husband
Ariel Barcenas co-own Nomada

Huntington Hotspots: Nomada Bakery

Maggie Gibbs, Staff Reporter June 25, 2024

At Nomada Bakery and Eatery, every item on the menu is a testament to a journey of flavors. Co-owner and baker Ariel Barcenas, emphasizing quality and...

Grassie and Beals Contracts Extended

Scott Price, Chief Copy Editor June 24, 2024

At the 2024 annual State of Marshall Athletics conference, Director of Athletics Christian Spears announced that two Marshall coaches are receiving contract...

Hood (#33), Sanders (#40), VanHorn (#75) and Wilson (#87) were all killed in the 1970 crash.

Marshall Miles Away: Monument to Honor Plane Crash Victims

Sarah Davis, Managing Editor June 24, 2024

The Marshall-tied memorials of four Tuscaloosa, Alabama, natives will soon stand tall, pending approval from city council members. Joe Hood, Larry Sanders,...

 Tyler Childers and the Food Stamps performing at the Whizzbangers Ball.

School of Music Alumni Return Home to Headline Festival

Baylee Parsons, News Editor June 20, 2024

The sky is full of stars at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, and the first annual Whizzbanger’s Ball is coming to a close.  The clock hits 10:30 p.m.,...

Harmeyer won for the 13th night in a row Friday, June 14.

“They’re Wrong,” Jeopardy! Champion Says of Appalachian Stereotypes

Sarah Davis, Managing Editor June 15, 2024

Adriana Harmeyer stepped onto the Alex Trebek Stage at the beginning of May, which marked the start of a 13 day – and counting – winning streak for...

The freshman dorms will welcome new students this upcoming August.

Keeping Your Dorm Clean

Scott Price, Chief Copy Editor June 14, 2024

Many students attending Marshall have never lived on their own; college is their first experience being independent and in charge of themselves. With this...

Jamie Sloane and Jimmy Hobbs own the Sloane Square Gallery in Huntington.

Huntington Hotspots: Sloane Square Gallery

Maggie Gibbs, Staff Reporter June 12, 2024

At Sloane Square Gallery, lifestyle and art find harmony. Recognized by the Herald-Dispatch as the Best in the Tri-State in 2023, this gallery is unlike...

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