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The Parthenon
Marshall University's student-produced newspaper. Your number one source for news in the Herd community since 1898.
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The Parthenon 1h
The Herd’s next match is Friday at 7 p.m. in Norfolk, Virginia against ODU.
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The Parthenon 2h
“Our guys were all over them at times and they made some good plays, we just didn’t make enough of them.”
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The Parthenon Sep 22
Josh Thompson talks about how excited he is for gameday!
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The Parthenon Sep 22
Marshall Cheerleaders reactions after nearly colliding at the last home game along with the video going viral. 🤸🏼‍♀️🔥 @marshallcheerleading
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The Parthenon Sep 22
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The Parthenon Sep 22
“Our aim is to bring the Hispanic community together, create an environment where Hispanic people can come and share their different traditions and just embrace our culture,” Toloza Alverez said.
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The Parthenon Sep 22
“We are here for you. We will help you with anything you need,” Layne said. “We want students to function positively, and academically, but if they’re anxious, stressed out or in crisis they can’t function well.”
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The Parthenon Sep 22
“Having music here, is what makes The Press Club The Press Club, without it we would be a normal sandwich shop,” Fox said. “There will be a live band backing Shelem, instead of him just having tracks, which will be super groovy and fun."
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The Parthenon Sep 21
“They felt like no huge, corporate entity can care enough for a store like this,” Greer said. “This is my livelihood, and not some corporate board of directors."
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The Parthenon Sep 20
“They were looking for somebody local,” Hagy said. “Somebody who was part of the Marshall family. Somebody who could bring fresh, authentic food to Marshall students.”
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The Parthenon Sep 20
“I love Huntington and I think Huntington has so much potential to be this art hub and alive with creativity,” Castro said.
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The Parthenon Sep 20
Give our third podcast of Fall 2018 a listen!
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The Parthenon Sep 20
“All the money we make goes straight to the Huntington City Mission to help benefit the homeless in our community,” Brigham Warf, junior and public relations major, said.
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The Parthenon Sep 20
I know it’s easier at midnight to just throw some words on a paper and call it finished, but what’s the point in making an effort to do it at all if you aren’t going to do it well?
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The Parthenon Sep 20
When will we begin seeing all addicts, not just those whose names appear in tabloids or as click-bait, as people who deserve to live past the age of 26?
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The Parthenon Sep 20
In this day and age where we can express ourselves through text and social media communication, shouldn’t everyone have the same opportunities?
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The Parthenon Sep 20
“Being able to talk to other transgender students face-to-face is better than going on the internet and connecting with faceless people,” Simpkins said.
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The Parthenon Sep 20
“Marshall students will be able to do hands-on research, something we weren’t able to do,” Quiñones said.
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The Parthenon Sep 19
“In order for this to be a good shelter, you have to have volunteers,” Martha Cummings, volunteer of twenty years, said. “I hope the public will step up and come down and volunteer, it doesn’t have to be everyday, but even once or twice a month.”
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The Parthenon Sep 19
“I think it’s a great opportunity for our program, our community and our fan base to showcase Marshall University on a national stage,” Marshall head coach Doc Holliday said.
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