The Parthenon

Check yourself before you wreck yourself

Check yourself before you wreck yourself

Editorial

September 2, 2015

Twitter has been providing users with messages no more than 140 characters since March 2006. With roughly 316 million monthly active users and 500 million tweets sent per day, Twitter’s impact on both social media and everyday life does not seem to be heading downhill anytime soon. The injection of...

New Bison Thunder Into Huntington

New Bison Thunder Into Huntington

Desmond Groves, Reporter

August 27, 2015

Marshall University received three, two-ton, eight-foot sculptures outside of new athletic facility. Athens, Georgia artist Stan Mullins created the massive bronze bison. The project came about after former assistant coach for Marshall University, Red Dawson, approached him. “I met Red Dawson...

5 lessons of college

Bri Shelton, Columnist

April 23, 2015

It’s official. My freshman year is almost over.  There’s so much I can say about my first full year at Marshall. College is definitely something that changed me for the better and helped me become more of an adult in just eight short months. While I know this is only my first year and more wis...

Students should take Rate my Professor with a grain of salt

Bri Shelton, Columnist

April 1, 2015

We’ve all been there: scheduling for a new semester and skimming Rate my Professor for the best class or instructor to take. We trust these anonymous reviews to guide us through our selection process, but what do we really know about the people who review professors and frequent the site? There are ...