Digital Humanities to host THATCamp

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.

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Marshall on two-hour delay Thursday

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. 

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Statement on the death of student Bridgett Sacks

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.

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Marshall on two-hour delay Thursday, Jan. 18

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 two-hour delay is for both classes and offices, and affects all the university’s campuses and centers.


Classes cancelled today (Tuesday, Jan. 16) beginning at 1:50 p.m.

Due to weather conditions–which are now predicted to worsen throughout the afternoon and into the evening–classes at Marshall University will be cancelled, beginning with the block of classes that begins today (Tuesday, Jan. 16) at 1:50 p.m. or later.

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‘The L’ to be recognized at the State Capitol by the Legislature

Marshall University’s Luke Lee Listening Language Learning Lab, also known as “The L,” will have a presence at the West Virginia State Capitol Thursday, Jan. 18, when it is recognized for its work in providing listening and spoken language outcomes to deaf and hard-of-hearing children.

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Reed elected president of national arts organization

Sandra J. Reed, professor and director of Marshall University’s School of Art and Design, begins this year a three-year term as president of the SECAC, an organization dedicated to education and research in the visual arts. She was elected by members during the 73rd annual meeting in Columbus in October 2017.

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