By: EDITORIALWomen’s tennis criticized for their walk-on roster
Marshall University’s women’s tennis team was criticized in an April 26 New York Times article about the coach inviting three freshmen onto the team even though they did not practice against the scholarship athletes and – let alone compete. The walk-ons c…
By: SHAINA CARTER
The Marshall men’s soccer team started their regular season Friday against Wright State. They lost to VMI 2-1 and Pittsburgh 5-1 in preseason exhibition games.
By: COURTNEY WILLIAMSON
The Marshall University Athletic Department has undergone several changes in the past two years. Mike Hamrick, athletic director; Doc Holliday, head football coach; and Tom
By: ADAM ROGERS
NFL fans let out a sigh of relief when the league announced it had come together with the NFL Players Association on a new collective bargaining agreement on July 25 and – ending the 132-day lockout.
With the lockout concluded, owners and teams were onc…
By: ASHLEIGH HILL
Marshall University offers a variety of health services available to students at no additional cost.
Student health facilities are located in the Cabell Huntington Hospital and can be found by e…
By: Meagan EarlsWorkshops offer range of help from test-taking to stress relief methods
The Student Resource Center, located on the second floor of the Memorial Student Center, has been up and running for a little more than a year now.
They are open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to…
By: DALE JOHNSON
Two days after residence halls opened for incoming freshmen, an email circulated among Marshall students regarding a possible sexual assault against a student at an off-campus location.
The following Monday, an additional sexual assault report was ma…
By: KATIE OLSZESKI
For students living on campus, this column will be a source of information about what resident advisers are doing for students, the programs on campus and other various activities taking place at the recreation center and dining halls.
Each resident …
By: Kristin Steele
It started with a shower.
By: Ashley Grohoski
As this is my first column of the semester, I feel mildly obligated to discuss the importance of being the best students we can possibly be and more. Let’s have more fun than just that, though. I’d like to discuss all of the awkward ups and downs in ou…
By: CAITLIN CONLEY
An exciting and diverse semester of the performing arts awaits new and returning students this fall with music, theatre, and a special anniversary line-up for the Marshall Artist Series.
The Parthenon staff offers 10 tips to stay fit, healthy this summer.