HUNTINGTON -- Marshall University's Student Garden has been in full bloom this summer, making for a plentiful offering during Vegetable Market Days on campus.
HUNTINGTON -- After a dozen years of research and writing, James G. Hollock published his first book titled "Born To Lose: Stanley B. Hoss and the Crime Spree That Gripped a Nation."
HUNTINGTON -- It's a month away from the start of the fall semester, but the staff of the Marshall University Bookstore is already preparing for the busiest time of the year.
HUNTINGTON -- Dr. Pier Paolo Claudio, a researcher at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, traveled to Paphos, Cyprus, last week to present his work to personalize chemotherapy for cancer treatment.
HUNTINGTON -- Four students from Marshall University's guitar ensemble will travel to Costa Rica in August to perform with students of the University of Costa Rica's counterpart.
HUNTINGTON -- Sixteen undergraduate students from 11 institutions are spending the summer conducting biomedical research in Marshall University's laboratories.
HUNTINGTON -- Leonard C. "Lance" Atkins, founder of Atkins Engineers in Palmetto Bay, Fla., and a 1970 graduate of Marshall University, has made a three-year pledge of a gift toward the purchase of equipment for the Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex, currently under construction on campus.
HUNTINGTON -- Though most of the students have returned home for the summer, now is a very busy time for Marshall University's Department of Housing & Residential Life.
HUNTINGTON -- Ten individuals with the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine have been inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha, the nation's medical honorary which was founded in 1902.
HUNTINGTON -- Dr. Monika Sawhney of the Marshall University College of Health Professions served as co-author for two articles published last month in The Lancet on research related to child health and maternal health.