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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

Face it, you’re trashy

Megan Osborne, Managing Editor September 8, 2015

I would like to think I’m a generally environmentally friendly human. I recycle, I don’t produce a lot of garbage and I avoid driving whenever I can. However,...

A revolution of my pits

Jocelyn Gibson, Managing Editor April 23, 2015

Of all the things I have made a conscious effort to change in my life, the evolution (or more accurately revolution) of my armpits has been the most profound. When...

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...

Getting right with Yeezus

Megan Osborne, Life! Editor April 19, 2015

I have a confession to make, and I’m finally ready to admit it. I like Kanye. A lot. And with Kanye appreciation came a general appreciation for hip-hop,...

Food guilt, different perspectives

Jocelyn Gibson, Managing Editor April 15, 2015

I have been meaning to write about food guilt for a couple of weeks now, but after attending the hunger event on campus Wednesday, I starting thinking...

This screenshot shows the updated Myspace login page.

Missing the nostalgia of Myspace

Bri Shelton, Columnist April 8, 2015

Does anyone else besides me ever miss the old social networking site Myspace? Back in the day, Myspace was the hip social medium to be a part of. There...

Campus controversy and biased news

Campus controversy and biased news

Jocelyn Gibson, Managing Editor April 8, 2015

Controversy creeps up on campus in the most interesting ways sometimes. All it took was a poster about privilege in the freshman dorm hung by the resident...

Being a thinker in a world that seems to discourage thinking about entertainment

Being a thinker in a world that seems to discourage thinking about entertainment

Jocelyn Gibson, Managing Editor April 8, 2015

The entire genre of “happy ending” entertainment could be tainting the way humans view the world. I have never been one for movies and books with...

Tweet a joke, the trolls shall come

Tweet a joke, the trolls shall come

Megan Osborne, Life! Editor April 6, 2015

I decided to book myself a hair appointment the other day. I noticed on the lovely user-friendly service selection application the salon uses that a “women’s...

#MeganMusicMonday: Festival lineups get graded

Megan Osborne, Life! Editor April 5, 2015

It’s here, y’all. Festival season is upon us. The lineups have been dropped (though we’re still waiting on some holes to be filled), and anyone...

College is a breeding ground for germs, take precautions to avoid sickness

Amanda Gibson, Columnist February 18, 2015

While everyone else on campus was heading home or hanging out this past weekend, I was lying in bed suffering through a cold. Cuddling a box of tissues,...

Marshall University President Stephen J. Kopp explores the university’s new Visual Arts Center as it opens its doors in downtown Huntington June 25. The $13 million renovation will house eight programs from the School of Art and Design and stands adjacent to Huntington’s Pullman Square.

Column: The legacy of Stephen Kopp

Ray Harrell, Jr. , Marshall Student Body President 2011-2013 December 19, 2014

The year was 2011, and I was fresh into my first term as Student Body President at Marshall University. Because I was involved in student government since...

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