Marshall University’s College of Arts and Media kicks off the 2018 Birke Fine Arts Symposium Saturday, Feb. 3, and continues with a celebration of the arts through Thursday, March 1.
Marshall University honored military men and women today by becoming the first Purple Heart University in West Virginia to receive the honor from the Military Order of the Purple Heart. The new title is meant to recognize Marshall University’s service to Purple Heart veterans in the area, some of whom attend the university.
Marshall University’s A.E. Stringer Visiting Writers Series will celebrate Black History Month and participate in the university’s Birke Fine Arts Symposium with readings from African American writers Bernard Grant and DaMaris Hill. Grant and Hill will read from their creative work beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 8, in the Shawkey Room of the Memorial Student Center.
Emily Woodrum has received Marshall University’s first Dr. Marty Amerikaner Scholarship for Excellence in Clinical Psychology.
The Jazz Department in Marshall University’s School of Music will continue its Jazz Night at The Press Club concert/performance series beginning the evening of Wednesday, Jan. 24, at the Press Club, 1212 Fourth Ave.
Kelly green will be in style at the West Virginia State Capitol next Wednesday, Jan. 24, as Marshall University celebrates the annual Marshall Day at the Capitol.
Marshall University’s 2018 Edwards Distinguished Professor guest scholar Dr. Christopher Hainsworth, organist and harpsichordist, will perform two upcoming concerts in Huntington.
Marshall University Digital Humanities will host its first THATCamp (The Humanities and Technologies Camp) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 31, at the Visual Arts Center, 927 Third Ave., in downtown Huntington.
Marshall University will be operating on a Delay Code B schedule on Thursday, Jan. 18, to allow grounds crews extra time to treat university parking lots and sidewalks.
The Marshall University community was saddened this afternoon to learn that a Marshall student, Bridgett Sacks, age 20, was identified as the victim of a car accident yesterday on I-64.