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By Johnathan Edwards 7-1-2024 Listen to the audio version of this story here. The future is now in the world of cybersecurity, and Marshall University, along with state and federal partners, is at the forefront. The first of its kind in the state, the Institute of Cyber Security will house some of the United States’ most

By Ben Anderson 6-18-2024 Listen to the audio version of this story here. The Marshall Memorial Fountain, which is considered by many as a voice of Marshall University, symbolizes the remembrance of the plane crash that took the lives of 75 sons and daughters of Marshall University on November 14 1970. On June 14, the

Luke Hamilton Friday, March 15, 2024 A controversial preacher brought together students from the LGBTQ community, religious backgrounds and across campus as they protested his message on Thursday, March 14, near Buskirk Field. Springtime in Huntington, West Virginia, already brings more students outside, but a protest of this magnitude has not happened since an anti-abortion

WMUL-FM Election Night Broadcast Tuesday, November 8 from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. WMUL-FM is excited to present another election night special report broadcast on Tuesday, November 8. The special report will begin at 8 p.m. and could run past midnight depending on the polling results. “This election cycle has intrigued a lot of people

HUNTINGTON, WV Students from WMUL-FM were in Charleston on October 21, 2015 to cover President Obama’s visit. The President was in Charleston Wednesday to discuss the growing drug epidemic in West Virginia, as well as across the United States. “More Americans now die every year from drug overdoses than they do from automobile accidents,” President