Standalone art for 2/5 issue: Manchin visits Marshall

By The West Virginia Record | Feb 1, 2007

Gov. Joe Manchin looks at a framed copy of The Parthenon from 1961 announcing that Marshall had been declared a university. HUNTINGTON -- Gov. Joe Manchin III met Wednesday with about 200 Marshall University students who are studying either journalism or political science.

Gov. Joe Manchin looks at a framed copy of The Parthenon from 1961 announcing that Marshall had been declared a university.

Manchin speaks on the set of "MU Reports."

Manchin talks to a journalism student during his visit to Marshall's Huntington campus on Wednesday.

Manchin speaks to a group of students Wednesday in Marshall's Memorial Student Center.

HUNTINGTON -- Gov. Joe Manchin III met Wednesday with about 200 Marshall University students who are studying either journalism or political science.

This event is part of a series of lectures that coincide with the 80th anniversary of the W. Page Pitt School of Journalism & Mass Communications and the 45th anniversary of WMUL-FM 88.1, the student-run campus radio station.

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