HUNTINGTON - Marshall University will have a variety of events this week highlighting the diversity on campus.
HUNTINGTON - The Marshall University Chamber Choir has added three performances on its spring 2015 tour of Atlanta, Georgia.
HUNTINGTON — WMUL is honoring Black History Month with a unique broadcast of a panel discussion hosted by Burnis Morris, professor at the School of Journalism and Mass Communications.
HUNTINGTON — WMUL-FM, Marshall University's public radio station, once again had a strong showing at the International AVA Awards as Marshall students took home five Platinum Awards, Five Gold Awards and Five Honorable Mentions.
HUNTINGTON — John Brandon, author of three novels and a new short story collection, will conduct a literary reading and book signing at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 24, in the atrium on the third floor of the Drinko Library on Marshall University's Huntington campus.
Every February, Marshall hosts its Soul Food Feast at the Memorial Student Center.
Internationally recognized doctor to speak at MU
HUNTINGTON - Marshall University is honoring the contributors of African American politicians, activists, scholars and inventors for Black History Month.
HUNTINGTON - The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has named a team from Marshall University among 22 winners of the Knight News Challenge on Libraries, awarding the recipients a share of $3 million for their ideas.
Each semester the lecture series (whose name means "friend of the court" in Latin) invites speakers from across the country on a variety of legal and political subjects.