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The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

Marshall University's Student Newspaper

The Parthenon

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Huntington Mayor Steve Williams participates in the Marshall University #GivingTuesday activities at the Brad D. Smith Foundation Hall Tuesday.

Marshall participates in #GivingTuesday

December 2, 2015
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Q & A with Patrick Garbin

November 13, 2015
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Culture Storm headed for Huntington

November 6, 2015
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Obama addressed and audience of about 200 doctors, politicians, community leaders and family member who have been affected by addition. He called for an end to the stigma surrounding drug addiction.

Obama visits Charleston

October 22, 2015
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After his speech, President Obama participated in a roundtable discussion with (from left to right) Brent Webster, Charleston Chief of Police, Dr. Michael Brumage, Sylvia Burwell, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, Executive Director of the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department, Carrie Dickson, Mother of a recovering addict.

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Governor earl Ray Tomblin (left) and Senator Joe Manchin (right) both spoke at the event, advocating to a bi-partisan solution for this epidemic.

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President Obama takes a selfie with members of the crowd.

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The roundtable discussion centered on practical ways that communities and the nation can combat the drug addition stigma and provide pathways to recovery.

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“When people loosely throw around word like ‘junkie,’ no one wants to be labeled that way. Part of our goal is to replace those words with words like ‘father,’ or ‘daughter,’ or ‘son’ or ‘friend,’” Obama said.

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“That’s the thing about drug abuse, it doesn’t discriminate. It touches everybody from celebrities to college students to soccer moms to inner city kids,” Obama said.

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Kate Grubb, who has a daughter struggling with addiction, tears up as she listens to her husband, David, describe the night they witnessed their daughter’s overdose.

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Media from around the country packed in the East End Community Center for the presidential visit.

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Jordan Coughlin, who introduced President Obama, has been free from active opiate misuse for 22 months. He now serves a recovery specialist at Youth Services System in Wheeling, West Virginia.

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Susan Shumate from the Charleston Gazette-Mail stands with David Grubb, a father who shared his story about witnessing his daughter’s overdose.

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President Barack Obama visited the East End community Center in Charleston, West Virginia Wednesday to speak about the national opioid crisis, which has hit West Virginia particularly hard.”

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Members of the crowd stand for the Pledge of Allegiance, before the arrival of President Obama.

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National Depression Screening Day

October 8, 2015
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A sold-out house of 250 supporter of Advocates Saving Adoptable Pets.

Sold out ASAP auction helps animals

September 24, 2015
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