The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

A Look at Events for Hispanic Heritage Month

A Look at Events for Hispanic Heritage Month

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Reporter September 14, 2021
As the school year picks up, Marquette welcomes the first cultural heritage month of the season: Hispanic Heritage Month.
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Review: Drake shows he’s far from done with his new album, “Certified Lover Boy”

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor September 14, 2021
Drake had a lot of time to work on his new project, "Certified Lover Boy."
Some leaves on campus are already changing color.

Milwaukee is ready for a fun filled fall season

Kim Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor September 14, 2021
The weather is changing and warm, sunny days are turning into brisk, chilly nights. With the summer season on its way out and the autumn season just around the corner, there are plenty of fun fall activities that Milwaukee and its surrounding areas have to offer.
Quinn XCII provides an energetic and appreciative performance at Summerfest on Sept. 9.

“Another Day in Paradise” for Quinn XCII Fans at Summerfest

Randi Haseman, Arts and Entertainment Executive Editor September 10, 2021
Quinn XCII provided an energy-filled concert at Summerfest on Sept. 9.
From Water Street to the Deer District, the list of after-dark activities is endless. 

The streets of Milwaukee after dark

Aimee Galaszewski, Executive Director September 10, 2021
Once the sun goes down in the city of Milwaukee, the electric atmosphere begins to emerge. For students at Marquette University, the nightlife is just minutes from campus.
Students prepare for a fun year of pep band ahead.

Marquette Band ready to bring the pep after COVID-19 year

Kim Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor September 7, 2021
The bands, like every other student organization on campus, were forced to adapt to the protocols set in place by COVID-19.
The Meladies are an all-female a capella group at Marquette.

O-Fest Welcomes New Students

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Reporter September 7, 2021
O-Fest took place Sept. 1 on the Central Mall and students learned about student organizations on campus. Marquette has a diverse range of activities offered for all students.
Graphic by Lily Werner elizabeth.werner@marquette.edu

Review: Kanye West does something different with his new album, “Donda”

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor September 7, 2021
This album release came with some controversy. The project is named after West's late mother, Donda West.

Hidden Gems in Milwaukee

Nora McCaughey, Copy Chief September 5, 2021
Here are a few underrated places to visit and things to try around Milwaukee, once the blazing sun has finally let the city cool down. 

Pulling an all-nighter

Randi Haseman, Executive Arts & Entertainment Editor September 5, 2021

Milwaukee's charm doesn't end once the sun goes down. It can be easy to pull an all-nighter in a city where there are countless activities to entertain you and some friends after dark. 8:00 p.m. - Sunset...

Pictured is Luke Bryan performing at the CMA Festival in 2013.

Luke Bryan’s Summerfest performance leaves fans wishing they could ‘Play It Again’

Clare Lindstrom, Music Director September 4, 2021

Since his first hit song "All My Friends Say" in 2017, Luke Bryan has been the face of country music. Despite some saying the pinnacle of his career is behind him, Bryan's most recent album, "Born Here...

A First-year’s Guide to Milwaukee

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, A&E Reporter August 31, 2021

Milwaukee is a thriving and bustling city full of life, culture and excitement. For the natives, it’s comforting. But for the incoming first-year and transfer students, it can be daunting. This...

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