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Supporting Black-owned businesses in MKE

Students fight for change against social injustice in the Milwaukee community. Marquette Wire stock photo

Skyler Chun, Executive A&E Editor

June 28, 2020

The Black Lives Matter movement has brought awareness to the way people are treated in our everyday lifestyle, and it has encouraged many students to find ways of protesting against social injustice and supporting the Black community during this time. Here are some Black-owned businesses in Milwaukee that you can start supporting today.

Marquette nursing students inspire, share gratitude for health care workers

While working through a global pandemic, Yvonne Danko (right) and a friend pose in their PPE gear. Photo courtesy of Yvonne Danko

Skyler Chun, Executive A&E Editor

May 8, 2020

Amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic, many nursing students are placed in difficult positions where they are choosing between work experience and their own health and safety.

Nattie begins new life outside of Marquette

Nattie walks across campus wearing her MUPD gear. Marquette Wire stock photo

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter

May 4, 2020

Nattie, Marquette University Police Department's beloved community outreach dog, has recently stepped down from her role. 

Senior roommates reflect on time together

Seniors Lindsey Clark (left) and Cora Flanagan (right) have been close friends and roommates since their first year at Marquette. Photo Courtesy of Cora Flanagan

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter

April 29, 2020

Roommates and close friends share their experiences living and learning together over the past four years.

Fashion Friday: Summer is Coming!

A summer sunset in Budapest, Hungary, before the global pandemic began.

Mary Hanna, A&E Stringer

April 24, 2020

It may be hard to imagine now, but summer is on its way. But whether it consists of six feet apart rendezvous or going back to our normal routines, the warm weather will soon be here, and we must be ready to dress accordingly. 

An Interview with Jack Rutter of Ritt Momney

Ritt Momney's debut album

Mackane Vogel, General Manager of Marquette Radio

April 23, 2020

I chatted with musician Jack Rutter, the brains behind Ritt Momney, about what he's been up to for the last month and lots more.

The Great Debate

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter

April 22, 2020

YES OR NO TO PANTSUITS? Zoe Marmitt, a junior in the College of Engineering, says yes to pantsuits. She sees it as a very professional look and as a matter of gender equality. “I feel like men wear suits, so women (should have) equal rights," Marmitt says. "Women should be treated just as fairly a...

What Kind of Politician Would You Be?

Maria Crenshaw, A&E Stringer

April 22, 2020

Have you ever wanted to know what type of politician you are? What are your best leadership qualities? Will you enforce change with power or creativity? Take this quiz to find out!

Planning Party Moves

Planning Party Moves

Skyler Chun, Executive A&E Editor

April 22, 2020

As 2020 marks another presidential campaign in United States history, political watch parties are sure to be a prominent get-together across the country. Several Marquette professors and students across campus share their insight to planning the "best watch party" while also addressing possible issues.

Various clubs transition to virtual interaction

Marquette's Campus Ministry offers student music performances, livestream masses and more to bring students, staff and faculty together. Photo courtesy of Marquette campus ministry

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter

April 17, 2020

It can be hard for different clubs on campus to find connection and continue the camaraderie now that everything is virtual. However, that hasn't stopped them from trying.

Students share alternative Easter celebrations

Although this Easter was different for many students, some were still able to decorate eggs and spend time with family in light of the holiday spirit. Photo via Flickr

Grace Kwapil, A&E Stringer

April 17, 2020

Though the circumstances were much different this Easter, many students were still able to adapt and make the most of the holiday by celebrating with those closest to them.