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Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

A Good Girls Guide to Murder was written by Holly Jackson.

Kim’s Land of Unread Stories: ‘A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder’

Kim Cook, Arts and Entertaiment Assistant Editor April 26, 2022
"A Good Girl's Guide to Murder" is almost the perfect mystery novel.
Best Buddies have events at Marquette and in the Milwaukee community.

Building community with Best Buddies

Jolan Kruse, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 26, 2022
Best Buddies is a club that builds awareness and connects Marquette students and individuals with disabilities. Pairs are encouraged to build relationships one-on-one. 
Wolfe Ramsay set up an impromptu music studio in his dorm in Mashuda Hall.

Song-filled students

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 26, 2022
Songwriting was never something Tobisch had an interest in. On the other hand, Ramsay has been making music since high school. 
Olivia Rodrigo performed at The Rave April 19.

REVIEW: ‘The Sour Tour’ – teen angst experience

Patrick Curran, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Producer April 26, 2022
The Milwaukee stop is the tenth show of 48 concerts that will run until early July across North America and Europe.
 Over 27% of college students have reported ever being diagnosed with anxiety.

When dust settles

Anna Houston, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 26, 2022
It only takes a matter of seconds, but it can take hours and even days before the dust settles: before the panic attack has finally ended.
The Kid LAROI released his new single April 22.

Rashad’s Records: The Kid LAROI is his own worst enemy on ‘Thousand Miles’

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor April 26, 2022
April 22 finally saw the release of the song, as he explained in an Instagram caption of how the track came to be.
Graphic by Grace Pionek

The Reel Marquette 4/22

Marquette Wire Photo Desk April 22, 2022

The weather is warming, the snow is melting away, new life is beginning to bloom . The crisp Milwaukee air is turning into a cool breeze and the sky is painted with spectacular sunsets. This can only mean...

Students try new things to eat healthier in college.

JOURNAL: In the Kitchen

Jonillia Davis, Arts and Entertainment Contributing Writer April 21, 2022
While eating in the dorms may be fun, they may want to add a little flavor to their plates.
Destiny Hill, a junior in the College of Health Sciences hopes to bring more diversity to the field of speech pathology.

JOURNAL: Future Leaders

Rashad Alexander and Danny Nicpon April 21, 2022
Marquette is home to future nurses, engineers, business owners who hope to be leaders in their fields someday.
Members of MFMA, along with help from student volunteers and the Marquette Theatre Department, meet in the basement of Johnston Hall.

JOURNAL: Changing angles for new perspectives

Kim Cook, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor April 21, 2022
Members of the Marquette Filmmakers Association work to make their ideas come to life on screen.

JOURNAL: Helping hands around the city

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 21, 2022
Marquette University has a long history of volunteering, including Midnight Run and the MU Backpack Program.
Real Chili is open until 3 a.m. on the weekends and 2 a.m. during the week.

JOURNAL: Marquette Traditions

Jaiden Schueller, Arts & Entertainment Stringer April 21, 2022
The long-standing traditions at this university are what make Marquette the difference.
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