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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

MU Students Hunger Strike for Voting Rights Act
MU Students Hunger Strike for Voting Rights Act
Isabella Robinson, Lead Reporter

In early December, Marshall students joined university students from Arizona in a hunger strike to urge federal intervention and the passage...

Students Left Confused by the Changing Covid-19 Protocols
Alaina Laster, Lead Reporter

Rules regarding Covid-19 have been changing since the day the country went on high alert for the virus in March 2020. Covid rates on campus have...

No One Instagrams Their Bad Days
No One Instagrams Their Bad Days
Tyler Spence, Executive Editor

Within the last few months, some media outlets have made the claim that Facebook is having its big tobacco moment. Executives from the company...

One and Only (Adell's Antiques Version)
Semoni Weaver, Reporter

For Dave Coster, quarantine and retirement are very similar, and it turns out he doesn’t like either of them.  The 75-year-old co-operator...

Can Students Opt Out of Services They Don't Use to Lower Costs of Tuition?
Grace Hewitt, Reporter

Regardless of if you use certain school-provided services or not, there is not an option for students to opt in or opt out of paying for them...

Recent Snowstorm Impacts Commuters and Provides Challenges for Students Walking to Class
Grace Hewitt, Reporter

Last week, winter storm Izzy dumped ice and snow across the Tri-State, presenting students at Marshall with an unexpected challenge—getting...

Out of State Students Share Their First Experiences With Snow
Megan Gragg, Reporter

Those Marshall students and staff members originally from warmer climates often remember vividly their first experience with snow and cooler...

Marshall's New Cultural Center Set to Open in Early February
Megan Gragg, Reporter

The new Intercultural Center at Marshall University is to open the second week of February to celebrate diversity, where they have a broad...

Booky Call (boo-kee kaal) provides potential book matches based on the preferences set in the readers profile with swiping functions seen on dating apps. | Booky Call
New App Helps You Book A Date
Xena Bunton, Executive Editor • October 4, 2021

“U up?” Sigh. The nightly alert forcing the memories of embarrassing dates and endless swipes. Who is this from? The candidates this...

The mural was created by Baleigh Epperly, eight current members, Marshall alumnae and former vice president Abi Taylor. | Baleigh Epperly
Mural Protests the Petrochemical Industry in West Virginia
Xena Bunton, Executive Editor • September 23, 2021

After receiving a grant, the sustainability club has designed a mural to illustrate the impact of fracked gas and the petrochemical industry...

Protestors line the Marshall University sidewalks
Anti-Abortion Group Demonstrates, Counter Protests Ensue
Tyler Spence and Isabella Robinson September 22, 2021

Passersby may have been surprised on Monday to see large photos of aborted fetal remains on signs posted on campus. The organization responsible...

Student Body President, Alyssa Parks poses with notable alumni and former Navy coach Jack Lengyel at the Big Green Tailgate
A sea of green at the Naval Academy: Marshall’s strong fanbase travels to Annapolis
Isabella Robinson, Features Editor • September 7, 2021

Marshall fans arrived in Annapolis in droves on Saturday as the 2021 Herd football season kicked off against the Naval Academy.  Student...

Rest of the West (Virginia): Pepperoni Rolls
Rest of the West (Virginia): Pepperoni Rolls
Xena Bunton, Executive Editor • September 6, 2021

I could sit here on my college dorm bed (two creaky twin-sized beds pushed together) at Marshall University and blame the pandemic for not...

Project Hope is a residential treatment facility that helps mothers adjust to recovery while caring for their children.
Local nonprofit gives "hope" for new beginnings
Brittany Hively, Executive Editor • August 13, 2021

As the drug epidemic continues to spread, more effort for recovery is needed. However, recovery is not a one-size-fit-all case, especially for...

Over a million Facebook users virtually gather to shame strangers, celebrities and their friends.
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,...

Pianist Michael Noble plays recital for school of music
Trevor Smith, Reporter

The stage seemingly made no sound as he walked across the wooden floor to his spotlight. Silence from the audience as they gazed at him. As he...

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by learning the "Bomba"
Katlyn Worstell, Reporter

In celebration to Hispanic Heritage month, Intercultural Affairs introduced a dance workshop to learn about the “Bomba” an Afro-Puerto...

CAB throws Paint and Sip to celebrate Fountain Ceremony
Katlyn Worstell, Reporter

Campus Activities Board hosted a Paint and Sip for students to enjoy refreshments, relieve stress and meet new people Wednesday.  “Students...

Marshall Wind Symphony Presents Musical to Celebrate 150 Years of Huntington
Katlyn Worstell, Reporter

This weekend, students and faculty from the departments of music, theatre and video production have come together to celebrate Huntington’s...

Artist Creates New Design for Huntingtons 150th Anniversary
Artist Creates New Design for Huntington's 150th Anniversary
Alyssa Woods, Reporter

Graphic artist Don Pendleton, who has done work for Mtn. Dew, Logitech and even Pearl Jam, designed the new brand for Huntington to honor its...

Marshall's Theatre Department Presents 'The Odd Couple'
Katlyn Worstell, Reporter

The Joan C. Edwards Playhouse is introduced a show called ‘The Odd Couple’ to students and guests last week until Saturday, Oct. 9.  “The...

Bone Music Virtual Reading Series Presents 'Young Poets Night'
Katlyn Worstell, Reporter

Students could sit back in the comfort of their own room and listen to poetry by young poets on Friday, Oct. 8. for the Bone Music Virtual Reading...