Following is a portion of the Marshall University dean's list for the Fall 2014 semester. The students listed below have reported Huntington as their hometown. A dean's list of students who have listed other hometowns in Cabell and surrounding counties will be published at a later date.
Monday, March 16, to Friday, March 20
Tuesday, March 17
7:30 p.m., Brass Band of the Tri-State, Smith Music Hall
HUNTINGTON - Victoria Ledford isn't predicting a national championship for Marshall University's Thundering Word speech and debate team, but she believes they can finish in the Final Four. And, who's going to argue with the best debater in West Virginia?
HUNTINGTON - Forensic science students from Marshall University are sponsoring a 5K run Saturday, March 28, with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the Branches domestic violence center in Huntington. "FoRUNsics 5K" will take place at Ritter Park beginning at 8 a.m. Organizers say the top three placing males and females will all receive prizes and medals, and the race will conclude with a prize raffle.
HUNTINGTON - The Marshall University Department of Athletic Training hosted the West Virginia Athletic Trainers' Association Conference and Sports Medicine Symposium March 6-7 in Flatwoods, West Virginia.
The event will begin at noon at the Don Morris Room in the Memorial Student Center. The event is sponsored b
HUNTINGTON - The Huntington Police Department made an arrest Sunday morning in a shooting Saturday in the 1700 block of Artisan Avenue.
HUNTINGTON - The Women's History Month Film Festival will kick off with a screening of "Hollow: An Interactive Documentary."
HUNTINGTON - The Marshall University Psychology Clinic will be conducting a support group focusing on transgender-related issues beginning in March. The group sessions will be conducted by Alyssa Frye, M.A., and Whitney Myers, B.A.
HUNTINGTON - Marshall University's Intramural Sports program has seen a number of setbacks this semester due to wintry weather.