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Marshall University’s School of Pharmacy students capped off the fall semester with a successful Toys for Tots drive for area children.

Marshall University’s School of Nursing has seen a steady increase in graduates for its online RN to BSN program since the program was established in the 1970s.

Consistent with 17th-Century West African traditions, Marshall University will have a Christmas Kente ceremony for its African/African American 2015 December graduates Friday, Dec. 11.

The Marshall University Board of Governors has received a reforecast of the university’s budget for the current fiscal year, approved raises for faculty and staff, and passed a policy mandating the handling of digital records and documents.

Marshall Community College alumnus and Chief Warrant Officer Oakley Dean Baldwin released his first non-fiction e-book, “Devil’s Ground,” Nov. 5.The book has stayed in the “Top 20 of Hot New Releases” on Amazon since its release.

Arnold Schoenberg’s one-act opera, “Anticipation,” is the subject of the final lecture in Marshall’s MUsic Mondays series, which will take place Monday, Dec. 14.

Rene S. Rodriguez-Sains, M.D., FACS, joined the faculty of the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine as an associate professor and member of Marshall Eye Surgeons, a department of Marshall Health, on Dec. 1.

Marshall University’s Office of Alumni Relations has unveiled a new design for the university’s official West Virginia license plate.

Marshall University Professor Emeritus Dr. David Woodward served as a historical consultant for a BBC Radio Wales series. The series, “Lloyd George’s War,” examined David Lloyd George’s influence on World War I.

Marshall University School of Nursing students are learning about forensic science this week so they can gain a better understanding of the role Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANEs) play in providing the best DNA evidence in sexual assault cases. They will thus be helping future patients who are victims find justice.