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HUNTINGTON Ƶ A local man is competing to become the next Mr. Health & Fitness. The title comes with a $20,000 cash prize and a double-page feature spread in a special print edition of Muscle and Fitness magazine.

HUNTINGTON Ƶ Marshall HealthƵs inaugural Hope Blooms fundraiser event Saturday, June 8, at the St. MaryƵs Center for Education raised support for Project Hope for Women & Children, a residential treatment facility in downtown Huntington for women with substance use disorders and their children.

HUNTINGTON Ƶ Marshall UniversityƵs Forensic Science graduate program achieved the highest collective score nationally on the Forensic Science Aptitude Test (FSAT) for the 13th year.

HUNTINGTON Ƶ A new shared program between West Virginia University and Marshall University is designed to provide college graduates with a way to work without leaving the state of West Virginia.

HUNTINGTON Ƶ Vicki Stroeher, a professor of music at Marshall University, has been named the universityƵs 29th Distinguished John Deaver Drinko Fellow.

HUNTINGTON Ƶ Marshall University broke ground Friday for its new Institute for Cyber Security, which they hope will be finished by fall 2026, according to Toney Stroud, chief legal officer and vice president for strategic initiatives and corporate relations.

HUNTINGTON Ƶ Marshall University welcomed volunteers to its campuses beginning Tuesday for the annual Community Cares Week: Giving Back to the Herd. The sweat equity event runs through Friday.

HUNTINGTON Ƶ Students in Cabell County high schools who graduate with a GPA of 2.5 or higher will be automatically accepted at Marshall University, no application or fee required, President Brad Smith announced at Huntington High on Tuesday.

HUNTINGTON Ƶ Grant Beckett, a Huntington local, is one of several Marshall University students who graduated Saturday. But unlike many of his peers, heƵs supported by a parade of Marshall graduates in his family going back eight decades.

HUNTINGTON Ƶ Medical students from the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine volunteered with organizations in the community this week ahead of National Volunteer Week, which is April 21-27.

HUNTINGTON Ƶ The annual Ruth Sullivan Rally for Autism 5K Walk/Run is set for Saturday, April 27, at Ritter Park in Huntington. The West Virginia Autism Training Center, housed at Marshall University, is one of the organizers for the event.

HUNTINGTON Ƶ Marshall University will host the Alys Smith Symposium on Women Professionals, featuring Women of Journalism, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 10, in the Shawkey Dining Room of the Marshall Memorial Student Center.

HUNTINGTON Ƶ WMUL-FM and Wigs for Kids present the 15th annual Hair from the Herd on Wednesday, April 11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. inside and outside the Memorial Student Center on Marshall UniversityƵs main campus.

HUNTINGTON Ƶ Marshall University Libraries will host vendors, gaming, a cosplay contest, live music and other attractions for all ages during the annual HerdCon at the Memorial Student Center on Friday and Saturday, March 29-30.

College students in West Virginia are facing delays in receiving financial aid offers this year due to setbacks in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) process, officials say.

Since opening in 2021, the Bill Noe Flight School at Marshall University has seen rapid growth, going from just 20 students to 118 and from one aircraft to seven in almost three years, according to Chief of Aviation Operations Nancy Ritter.

HUNTINGTON Ƶ Marshall UniversityƵs WomenƵs, Gender, and Sexuality Studies will present the 2024 Charlotte Schmidlapp Distinguished Lecture in WomenƵs Studies at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 12, in the Shawkey Dining Room of the Memorial Student Center.

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