The second annual Marshall University Bridal and Special Event Expo is set for noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18, at the Memorial Student Center on the Huntington campus.
The Marshall University School of Music will present “Music from Theresienstadt” at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 11, at B’nai Sholom Synagogue, 949 10th Ave. The concert will feature music composed by Holocaust victims at Theresienstadt ghetto, a Nazi concentration camp. Along with the musical performance, Professor Dr. Elizabeth Reed Smith will speak about the historic circumstances surrounding the musical compositions, and art works will be displayed as well.
For the first time, Marshall University will participate in the Great Backyard Bird Count, a worldwide citizen science project that encourages members of the public to collect data on wild birds and to display their results online.
Marshall University’s W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communications (SOJMC) is seeking nominations for its upcoming Hall of Fame class.
The Marshall University School of Music continues its Spring 2018 series of MUsic Mondays lectures at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 19, with a presentation titled “Musical Responses to War: Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem.” MUsic Mondays lectures take place at Cellar Door, 905 3rd Ave., in downtown Huntington.
The Marshall University School of Pharmacy has scheduled its semi-annual Preview Day for noon, Saturday, March 10, at the school located adjacent to the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Huntington. Continue reading…
The Marshall Recreation Center will be holding a celebration Monday, Feb. 5, to commemorate the ninth anniversary of being open.
For the first time in 15 years, the Governor’s Honors Academy is returning to Huntington. Made up of 170 outstanding West Virginia high school scholars who will be seniors in the fall, the three-week academy will be at Marshall July 1– 21.
Marshall University Music Professor Dr. Vicki P. Stroeher will be featured in a video sponsored by the Britten-Pears Foundation Archives in Aldeburgh, Suffolk, United Kingdom.
Marshall University’s Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum announced today its agenda for recognizing Black History Month 2018.