Style
Embroidered Jackets
April 27, 2015
Jean jackets are frequently worn during the warmer months to complete an outfit. Lately, bulky jean jackets have been making a comeback in fashion. Rather than short and fitted, longer and loosely structured jackets are being paired with short sundresses and more flowy looks. To bring jean jackets to another level, embroidered and patches […]
Active
Mental health resources lack in the immediate and long term
April 8, 2015
You may have seen it on a syllabus for class. Though not every syllabus says it, there are a good number of them with a blurb about the Marquette Counseling Center. Just a brief paragraph about the resources available to you if you feel overwhelmed or concerned about your mental health.
News
Up in Smoke: How Marquette’s tobacco use reflects trends at home and abroad
April 8, 2015
Marquette students' tobacco use has been evolving with changing trends in the industry, both nationally and across the globe.
News
Editor’s Note – April
April 8, 2015
Well, here we are, the last Marquette Journal issue of the school year. I imagined having to write this final editor’s note, but I didn’t think it would happen so soon.
Arts & Entertainment
Br(OK)en Genius: A story of struggle healed through art and community
April 8, 2015
Chris McIntyre is a self-taught artist. From a young age, he was certain about having his own voice and how his intrinsic gravitation towards art as something inexplicable. As a professional artist for five years, Chris has been through grueling instances such as homelessness, artistic crisis, dealing with family issues, but has also has had artistic success and exposure.
Sports
A Big (East) Transition
April 8, 2015
The Big East is still receiving money because of its former conference members, but is seeing much more success than the American Athletic Conference has seen both on and off the field.
Arts & Entertainment
A Journey Through the School Year: 2014-’15
April 8, 2015
The 2014-2015 school year has certainly been one to remember, for better or for worse—but mostly better. Here is a look back at the most monumental moments from the last two semesters.
Arts & Entertainment
I Know What you’ll do Before Summer
April 8, 2015
Marquette and Milwaukee have plenty to offer students, especially in the spring. Try to get around to some of these things before you pack up and leave for the summer.
Arts & Entertainment
Dining Hall Showdown
April 8, 2015
Everyone is biased about their favorite dining hall based on food and other criteria, but which one is actually best?
Arts & Entertainment
Transitioning from the Treadmill to the Trail
April 8, 2015
When the weather in Milwaukee finally becomes somewhat nice, that calls for one thing—exercising outside. No more mind-numbing treadmills or free weights inside a crowded gym.