Marshall University’s School of Theatre will host a public performance of “*mark: the Gospel of Mark written in the First Century” by the Joan C. Edwards Distinguished Professor of the Arts, theatre artist George Drance, S.J.
History and literature teachers are invited to Marshall University’s Huntington campus from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30, to learn strategies for teaching about the past and present with Civil War literature from Marshall University’s Blake Library. The event will be in the Drinko Library Atrium.
Marshall Health has teamed up with an expert from the University of Kentucky’s Gill Heart & Vascular Institute to care for patients in the Tri-State area with adult congenital heart disease.
Marshall University’s Lewis College of Business has been named one of Newsweek’s leading business schools of 2017.
Marshall University’s Center for Continuing Education will offer a program on the fundamentals of pottery wheel throwing beginning Wednesday, Nov. 1., from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Art Warehouse, 201 21st St., and continuing on succeeding Wednesdays through Dec. 13.
Marshall University’s Society of Yeager Scholars is inviting well-known Huntington natives, the McElroy Family, to give a live recording of two of their podcasts, Shmanners and Sawbones, at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, at the Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center.
The sound of Marshall University’s jazz studies program is thundering east to the capital city with a series of jazz combo performances on Oct. 21, Nov. 18 and Dec. 2 at Elk City Records on Charleston’s West Side.
Marshall University’s chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success will sponsor the streaming of a live broadcast featuring Sir Richard Branson, a humanitarian, activist, adventurer and business icon. The event will take place beginning at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, in room BE-5 of the Memorial Student Center.
Marshall alumnae Angela Dodson and Lisa Thomas-Laury will have in-store author signings this weekend at the Marshall University Bookstore on the Huntington campus.
The Marshall University School of Music’s MUsic Mondays will present the second lecture of the fall series at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, at the Cellar Door, 905 3rd Ave., Huntington. This portion of the fall series, titled “Music and National Identity,” explores the reasons why composers express a national identity in their music and the musical means they use to do so.