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Daily 30-minute news program covering Marshall, the Tri-State and beyond.
In The Know: Marshall This Week
Fridays 6-6:30p ET (6:30-7p ET during football season)
Week in review of Marshall University news as told by the NewsCenter 88 team.
See the stories in the left column? Those could have your name by them. Even if you have no journalism or broadcasting experience, you can become an award-winning journalist just by volunteering at WMUL! We are more than happy to train newbies on how to make great programming. Here are two easy ways to get started:
1. Fill out an online application. We will contact you as soon as possible.
2. Attend the weekly news meeting Mondays at 5:30 p.m in CB201. Need directions? Here's a station map. CB201 is labeled "Classroom" on the map, and CB204 is labeled "Staff Room."
Spring 2012 Reports - Click Headline to Listen
NOTE: Because WMUL relies mostly on student volunteers, reports are only filed when classes are in session, except under special circumstances.
Open Mic Night
Listen to to Jessica Patterson's Story (2:12)
November 30- The residence halls directors have been working on new ways to engage the residence. Newscenter 88's Jessica Patterson has more.
Cyber Safety Summit
Listen to Jessica Patterson's Story (3:06)
November 28- Cyber bulling is everywhere and kids are unaware of the dangers that are out there. Newscenter 88's Jessica Patterson has more.
Listen to Alex James' Story (3:41)
November 14th 1970 is a day the Marshall Community with never forget. As Alex James reports, Marshall brings the tristate area together to honor those lost in the crash.
Listen to Kari Sloan's Story (1:20)
November 7- President Barack Obama was re-elected to four more years in office. Newscenter 88's Kari Slone reports on the reaction around Marshall's Campus.
Listen to Will Vance's Story (2:23)
We spoke with a few candidates earlier this month including DanGoheen running for Magistrate. Newscenter 88's Will Vance will tell you how he uses his life experiences on the job.
Listen to Leannda Carey's Story (3:08)
Presidential politics aren’t the only races on the table tonight, and small races cam have big implications. As Newscenter 88’s Leannda Carey reports, Huntington’s mayor says he’s in it to win it for another term.
Listen to Alex James' Story (2:09)
Newscenter 88’s Alex James explains why Spurlock decided to run for Governor event though she would only be a write-in candidate.
Listen to Jessica Starkey's Story (2:13)
Newscenter 88's Jessica Starkey reports of David Moran. “I’m confident he’ll get the 1% he needs,” said Wilson, who is the LP State Chair. “David Moran is getting a lot of exposure and attends 2-3 events every day. People keep saying that the system is broken and they’re ready for something new.”
Listen to Laura Hatfield's Story (3:53)
Newscenter 88’s Laura Hatfield reports how Maloney thinks his experience as a business man and West Virginia citizen will make him the best choice for West Virginia.
Listen to Laura Hatfield's Story (4:45)
Tomblin started in the House of Representative as a college senior at WVU. Newscenter 88’s Laura Hatfield reports how Tomblin thinks his experience only makes him the better choice for West Virginia.
Student Involvement in Voting
Listen to Jessica Patterson's Story (2:33)
November 6- Political races have been headlining the news for several weeks as Newscenter 88's Jessica Patterson reports, many students have differing emotions about election day.
Listen to Joshua Rose's Story (2:48)
November 5- There was an all-out brawl at the Campus Christian Center. Newscenter 88's Joshua Rose has more.
Oustanding Black High School Students Weekand
Listen to Alex James Story (2:32)
November 2- Marshall University invites African American high school juniors in West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky. Newscenter 88 Alex James has more.
Zapp comes to Huntington
Listen to Aaron Payne's Story (1:59)
November 2- Dayton Ohio's Zapp will bring their funk to the Huntington Community. Newscenter 88's Aaron Payne has the story.
Trick or Treat in Dorms
Listen to Jessica Pattersons' Story (1:59)
October 31- Marshall University bringsTrick or Treat to the dorms. Newscenter 88's Jessica Patterson has the story.
MU Sigma Epsilon Soroity
Listen to Jessica Starkey's Story (1:29)
October 25- Marshall University is in the process of welcoming a new sority to Marshall. Newscenter 88's Jessica Starkey has more.
Marshall Unity Walk
Listen to Alex James' Story (2:33)
October 25- The first ever Marshall Unity walk symbolized Marshall University as one. Newscenter 88's Alex James has more.
Listen to Kari Slone's Story (1:15)
October 24- Marshall University's Rec center was filled with Halloween spirit for those of all ages. Newscenter 88's Kari Slone has more.
Bridge Day 2012
Listen to Marcus Constantino's story (2:46)
October 22- Jumping off a bridge is rarely a good idea. But as NewsCenter 88's Marcus Constantino reports, people from around the world mark their calendar to do just that in West Virginia.
Marvin L. Stone Room
Listen to Laura Hatfield's Story (2:15)
October 19- The Marvin L. Stone room was dedicated to Marshall University and the school of journalism and mass communication. Newscenter 88's Laura Hatfield has more.
Marshall University Visiting Writing Series
Listen to Jessica Starkey's Story (2:43)
October 18- The Marshall University Visting Writing Series welcomes a special visitor to campus to talk about her new book as News Center 88's Jessica Starkey reports.
Listen to Kari Sloan (1:30)
October 17- The fall international film festival is back at the Kieth Albee Theater. Newscenter 88's Kari Sloan has more.
Listen to Ashley Killingsworth (2:18)
October 17- Marshall University's student senate passed the forum 11-7 and will now go to the Marshall faculty senate. Newscenter 88's Ashley Killingsworth has more.
Myers Glass Collection
Listen to Jessica Patterson's Story (2:00)
It's a well-known fact that anyone can donate to Marshall University -- what might not be as well known is the fact that you can choose what your money goes to. As newscenter 88's Jessica Patterson Reports, one donor's gift is an eye-catcher.
Listen to Jessica Patterson's Story (2:07)
October 9- One program at Marshall University has a new leader. As Newscenter 88's Jessica Patterson reports, the HELP program is welcoming its third Executive Director.
Listen to Jessica Starkey's Story (1:44)
October 4- Six candidates are hopeful to become Mr. and Miss Marshall. Newscenter 88's Jessica Starkey has more.
Listen to Jessica Patterson's Story (2:15)
October 2- Marshall's Marching Thunder is at its highest numbers. Newscenter 88's Jessica Patterson has more.
State of the University
Listen to Marcus Constantino's Story (4:00)
September 25- The future of Marshall was the key issue Tuesday as president Stephen Kopp delivered his annual address to the university community. Newscenter 88's Marcus Constantino has more.
Huntington Music and Arts Festival
Listen to Jessica Patterson's Story (1:54)
September 25- Local Musicians are getting the chance to put their talent on display this weekend at Ritter Park. As Newscenter 88's Jessica Patterson reports, music and arts are taking center stage in Huntington.
Listen to Kari Slone's Story (1:08)
September 19- Constitution week is underway at Marshall University. With more on this here is Newscenter 88's Kari Slone.