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The Reel Marquette 12/2

Marquette Wire Photo Desk December 2, 2022

The theme for this month's Reel is black and white photography! This style of photography challenges photographers to capture images with dramatic contrast which is highlighted through the use of only...

Gimme Gimme Disco travels around the country playing 70s disco songs.

REVIEW: Electric energy at “Gimme Gimme Disco”

Phoebe Goebel, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor November 22, 2022
Big sunglasses and flared pants filled Turner Hall Ballroom for Gimme Gimme Disco Nov. 18. Hit 70's disco tunes echoed through the venue for the crowd to dance to.
Ott Memorial Writing Center: Annual Fight Club

Ott Memorial Writing Center: Annual Fight Club

Angelina Galullo, Arts and Entertainment Reporter November 22, 2022
The 9th Annual Writer's Fight Club will take place Dec. 1 in the AMU. Students bring quotes from their favorite authors and pit them against each other in a tournament bracket.
The Hula segment was added to the fashion show this year to accentuate the theme of Endless Summer.

BSO Fashion Show captures diverse Filipinx culture

Aiyona Calvin , Arts and Entertainment Reporter November 22, 2022
"Endless Summer," the 26th annual BSO Fashion Show, was held in the AMU Ballrooms Nov. 19. Proceeds from the event were donated to Waves for Water.
LINDSTROM: The Live Music Industry Needs Saving

LINDSTROM: The Live Music Industry Needs Saving

Clare Lindstrom, Audio Arts & Entertainment Producer November 21, 2022
Before the first night of his five-show residency at the United Center, Harry Styles canceled the evening’s performance due to an illness in his band. It’s no secret that we are facing a worldwide mental health crisis.
Faculty engage in a story exchange to learn more about each other and how to relate that to their own lives.

JOURNAL: Narrative4 and Enigmatic Empathy

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Executive Editor November 17, 2022
Narrative4 is a global nonprofit that focuses on storytelling and the way it can influence students. The organization is spreading students' stories across campus.
JOURNAL: Inked

JOURNAL: Inked

Will Eikenbary, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor November 17, 2022
Marquette community reveals the meanings and reasons behind their tattoos.
The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee graced the Helfaer stage in October.

JOURNAL: Stage Left, Stage Right

Angelina Galullo, Arts and Entertainment Reporter November 17, 2022
The Marquette Theatre Department discusses what goes on behind the scenes during their 48th annual season.
First-year student Val Martinez expresses creativity through drawing

JOURNAL: Student Artists’ Expression

Phoebe Goebel, Arts & Entertainment Assistant Editor November 17, 2022
Whether it's picking the right brush, choosing the word that created deeper meaning in a sentence or visiting a museum as a way of escaping everyday life, art lives and thrives on campus through passion, fascination and desire.
Marvels latest installment, Wakanda Forever, released in theaters Nov. 11.

REVIEW: Marvel’s “Wakanda Forever” honors Chadwick Boseman

Isabella Flores, Arts and Entertainment Reporter November 16, 2022
Marvel's latest installment, "Wakanda Forever," released Nov. 11. The film featured new characters and honored Chadwick Boseman.
Drakes latest album Her Loss dropped Nov. 4. He collaborated with 21 Savage on this project.

Rashad’s Records: “Her Loss” Is a Huge Win for Drake and 21 Savage

Rashad Alexander, Music Director November 15, 2022
Drake's collaborative project with 21 Savage dropped Nov. 4. "Her Loss" features a new, unfiltered sound for the Canadian rapper.
Tom Oeffling and Caiden Dohr rock out at one of PRIVATE SCHOOLs gigs.

PRIVATE SCHOOL: From best friends to band mates

Will Eikenbary, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor November 15, 2022
Tom Oeffling, a first-year in the College of Education, is half of the band PRIVATE SCHOOL. The other half is his best friend, Caiden Dohr.
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