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Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

The C.B. Nuckols Community Center will be the future home of Ashlands black history museum.
Black History Museum Opens in Ashland
Isabella Robinson, Lead Reporter • April 12, 2022

Students Pick Between Healthy and Cheap and Convenient
Students Pick Between Healthy and Cheap and Convenient
Megan Marie Gragg, Reporter • April 5, 2022

Should I go through the McDonald’s drive-thru, or prepare a balanced healthy meal at home? Students at Marshall University face this dilemma on a day-to-day...

Trigger Warnings: Trauma in the Classroom
Trevor Smith, Reporter • March 29, 2022

A person’s emotional state can be completely transformed after being triggered by something traumatic. This transformation can happen every time a person’s...

Dr. Caroline Light Presents “Whose Castle: The Weaponization of Self-Defense”
Victoria Ware, Reporter • March 23, 2022

The disparities in self-defense laws will be the topic discussed by a Harvard University history professor when she visits Marshall on Mar. 28 for a lecture...

Pedestrians wearing protective masks walk along Broadway in the SoHo district of New York, Friday, March 4, 2022. Mayor Eric Adams announced in a morning news conference that the city will be scaling back of COVID-19 mask and vaccine mandates.
The Science Behind Masks and the Way We Listen
Alaina Laster, Lead Reporter • March 9, 2022

From the classroom to the local Starbucks, people have been struggling to hear one another during the pandemic. Masks have muffled voices and made them...

One of many photos Douglas has published over the years from Russia.
MU Alum Recounts His Time in Russia
Alaina Laster, Lead Reporter • March 9, 2022

“For the last 70 years, we were told we had the best of everything. Now we know we were lied to.” Eric Douglas Graduated from Marshall University...

Marshall Hosts Visiting Writer's Event
Trevor Smith, Reporter • March 9, 2022

Poet Donika Kelly and essayist Mellissa Febos from the University of Iowa came as part of the A.E. Stringer Visiting Writers Series at Marshall University....

Greek Week Begins
Austin Johnson, Reporter • March 9, 2022

A competitive dance battle will kick off the start of Greek Week in Marshall's Greek community this March.  But it is more than a competition, said...

READ IN SPANISH: Marshall Connects With Madrid
Rafael Alfonso, Copy Editor

Leer en español  Spanish students at Marshall and English students in Spain can communicate now through a new exchange program to improve...

SGA Reflects on Session 79
SGA Reflects on Session 79
Brea Smith, Reporter

With the semester ending and seniors ready to graduate, Student Government Association seniors from session 79 spoke about their experience with...

Herd Holi Celebrated on Campus
Herd Holi Celebrated on Campus
Grace Hewitt, Reporter

On Wednesday, Marshall University staff and students celebrated Holi, a traditional Hindu celebration of spring, color, and triumph over evil,...

Campus Organizations Take Food Donations
Campus Organizations Take Food Donations
Andrew Corliss, Reporter

Marshall University’s Food Pantry is taking donations to feed those struggling with food insecurity around Huntington.   Bins have been...

Marshall Discusses Minority Health
Victoria Ware, Reporter

Raising awareness about racial health disparities and supplying COVID-19 vaccines are the purposes of the National Minority Health Month Celebration...

Successful Alum to Give Commencement Speech
Megan Marie Gragg, Reporter

Griffin A. McElroy, a graduate of Marshall University and award-winning podcaster, author and voice actor, will deliver the commencement address...

Isabella Griffiths thanked family, friends and supporters after being inaugurated as Student Government Association President.
Griffiths and Tatum Inaugurated SGA President and Vice President
Tyler Spence, Executive Editor

This afternoon, Isabella Griffiths and Walker Tatum were inaugurated as Student Government Association President and Vice President, succeeding...

The Rise of the Electric Vehicle is Underway, But Faces Challenges
The Rise of the Electric Vehicle is Underway, But Faces Challenges
Chayce Matheny, Reporter

Change can often be slow-moving, especially when it comes to the way people travel. Humans, for the most part, traveled in the same way for...

Who Is Tom Kromer?
April 19, 2022
Theatre Department to Perform "Other Life Forms"
Victoria Ware, Reporter

“Other Life Forms,” a romantic comedy play written by a Marshall alumnus, will be performed by the theater department beginning on...

Officials with NASA Will Speak about the Agency’s Role in Hollywood Films
Victoria Ware, Reporter

How astronauts and scientists collaborate with movie makers will be explored in the “NASA’s Role in Hollywood Film” panel discussion on...

Graphic Novelist lends Comics Industry Secrets
Andrew Corliss, Reporter

A graphic novelist who draws inspiration from classical literature spoke about his pathway to success at Drinko Library last Friday.   Travis...

Faculty to Play Classical Scandinavian Music Next Sunday
Victoria Ware, Reporter

Classical Scandinavian music will be played by two professors from the School of Music in a faculty recital at Smith Recital Hall on Sunday at...

Artists Series Presents Donna Summer Musical on April 7th
Victoria Ware, Reporter

The life of renowned singer, Donna Summer, will be explored in the theater production of “Summer: the Donna Summer Musical” on Apr. 7 at...

Marshall Hosts Visiting Writer's Event
Trevor Smith, Reporter

Poet Donika Kelly and essayist Mellissa Febos from the University of Iowa came as part of the A.E. Stringer Visiting Writers Series at Marshall...

Poet Presents their Progress at "Nevertheless, We Persist"
Brea Smith, Reporter

Body Shot’s 14th annual performance “Nevertheless, We Persist” continued the legacy of performances dedicated to celebrating all aspects...