Amy Ray returns to Mountain Stage on this week’s encore broadcast, along with her band, New York trio The Lone Bellow, progressive banjo player Alison Brown, slide guitar master and banjo champion Tony Furtado, and Nova Scotia folk group Villages. This episode was recorded at the People's Bank Theatre in Marietta, Ohio with guest host Larry Groce.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
West Virginia’s highest courts are hitting the road this month as part of Constitution Day events at Concord and Marshall universities.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
A first of its kind rural medicine program at Marshall University has received initial accreditation.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
West Virginia high school sophomores may submit applications for the Governor's School for the Arts to be held this summer at Marshall University.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
A new podcast highlights the “unsung heroes” in the fight against COVID-19 in West Virginia. Marshall University Professor Chris White interviews city and university officials, physicians and essential workers in the state. These guests reflect on their work, uncertainties and how far they've come in this open forum. A book-worm and lifelong learner, White also draws on historic examples of other global pandemics that have helped him contextualize our new normal. He spoke with June Leffler about the new podcast.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Seventeen Republican West Virginia senators have penned a letter to the presidents of Marshall University and West Virginia University regarding controversies involving the coronavirus and protests of racial injustice.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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