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Thursday Is Shonday
October 6, 2014
After a stressful and draining week of tests, quizzes, projects and papers, there is probably nothing better to do than go home, take a nap, grab a glass of wine (if you’re of legal drinking age, of course) and probably turn on the TV to watch the latest happenings. Last Thursday, after #hellweek, I chose […]
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Editor’s Note
October 1, 2014
The Marquette Journal started printing in 1904, making this year the 110th anniversary. 2014 also marks the year that the publication becomes an online-only magazine.
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Journey: James Foley
October 1, 2014
James Wright Foley dedicated the last years of his life to exposing humanitarian crises in the Middle East. The photojournalist worked countless hours providing in-depth coverage of the Libyan and Syrian civil wars and their civilian casualties. He faced captivity twice, spending more than two years as a hostage in total. Eventually, he paid the ultimate price in an act of terrorism that shocked the world.
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Solid Cedar Rocks Renee Row
October 1, 2014
Solid Cedar is comprised of Bobby Helf, a senior in the College of Engineering, and J.T. Gylland, a senior at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. The small band's history dates back to when Gylland and Helf began playing together in sixth grade. Gylland performs guitar/vocals, and Bobby is on the drums. The duo named their first band Split Decision and played small shows and festivals throughout grade school and high school. As soon as they graduated high school, the band split off for college.
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The Historic Plights of Milwaukee’s African American Community
October 1, 2014
The impoverished situation of Milwaukee black communities dates back to years of segregation in the city and limited access to adequate housing.
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The Home is the Clinic
October 1, 2014
Marquette partnership offers mental health care to a underserved area in Milwuakee