HUNTINGTON -- Marshall University's spring semester is wrapping up this week with finals and multiple events related to graduation.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the fifth in a series of stories getting to know some of the international students at Marshall University.
HUNTINGTON -- The Marshall College of Liberal Arts will have a lecture titled "Civil War in the Kanawha Valley," by Billy Joe Peyton, an associate professor of history at West Virginia State University.
The goal of one event Wednesday on Marshall University's campus was to help participants see clearly after trying to maneuver a vehicle in DUI goggles.
In response to looming state budget cuts to higher education, the administration at Marshall informed faculty and staff that a hiring freeze remains in effect.
HUNTINGTON -- Marshall University's speech and debate team received team sweepstakes awards at the Pi Kappa Delta National Tournament last month at Webster University in St. Louis, Mo.
West Virginia Thespian Festival, Performing Arts Center
HUNTINGTON -- Students from Marshall University's radio station WMUL have once again have something to brag about as they received a number of awards in March.
Amicus Curiae lecture series continues with 1803 Supreme Court decision
HUNTINGTON -- The Marshall University Recreation Center will be hosting its new Kids Night Out event on Friday, April 5.
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.: Easter Brunch, Memorial Student Center John Marshall Dining Room
HUNTINGTON - Marshall University's Public Relations Campaign Club will host its annual "Questions" trivia night on Friday, April 5, to benefit River Valley Child Development Services.
CHARLESTON -- West Virginia native photographer Sam McColloch uses his vintage cameras and old-fashioned darkroom equipment to turn out black and white photos, which have been compared in artistry to famed outdoor photographer Ansel Adams.
HUNTINGTON -- Marshall University Career Services will host its annual Spring Career Expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 2, in the Memorial Student Center's Don Morris Room.
The following students graduated from Marshall University between July and December 2012 from these cities in Ohio and Kentucky:
HUNTINGTON - The Shewey Family Scholarship Program, which will benefit students in four West Virginia counties and one county in Kentucky, has been established by the Marshall University Foundation, according to Dr. Ron Area, CEO of the foundation, in a news release.
5 p.m.: Golden Key Honour Society Open House, Memorial Student Center 2W37
HUNTINGTON -- The Marshall University Opera Theatre will present Opera Gala '13, an afternoon of well-known arias, ensembles and choruses from the operatic repertoire at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 7, in Smith Recital Hall.
HUNTINGTON -- Maria Carmen Riddel, a retired professor of Spanish at Marshall University will be returning to the school for a special presentation on her work with the Ecuadent Foundation, non-profit organization dedicated to providing dental and medical care to impoverished children in Ecuador.
The following students graduated from Marshall University between July and December 2012 from these West Virginia counties:
HUNTINGTON -- Victoria Ledford, a junior from Braxton, W.Va., was the overall individual champion at the West Virginia Intercollegiate Forensic Association's state championship on Feb. 22-23, helping Marshall University's Thundering Word team win the state title for the third straight year.
Marshall University will host two commencement exercises this year, one for associate and bachelor's degree candidates and another for master's and doctoral degree candidates.