Marquette Wire

Decorate on a dime

Cassidy Wilson

October 13, 2011

Filed under Latest Issue

When it comes to her sixth-floor McCabe Hall dorm room, Regina Rubio, a sophomore in the College of Nursing, thinks she and her roommates could use some direction. “It’s a little dark and dim,” Rubio said. “We could use brighter light.” And for Paige Briggs, a freshman in the Coll...

HELP! I’m homesick

Brynne Ramella

October 13, 2011

Filed under Latest Issue

Your alarm clock buzzes early in the morning.Waking up in your overly spring-filled dormitory bed is just not the same as waking up in your comfortable, plushy bed at home. Lunch at a dining hall becomes bland in comparison to home cooking. And talk of a friend going home for the weekend only seems to int...

Sounds of Milwaukee

Jennifer Zahn

October 13, 2011

Filed under Latest Issue

Whether you are looking to turn your swag on at a nightclub downtown, get down with your hipster self at a warehouse in the Third Ward or mosh into underground oblivion in an East Side basement, Milwaukee’s eclectic hotbed of...

MBA: 3 letters that make the difference

Willy Christensen

October 13, 2011

Filed under Latest Issue

“Successful” is a word aspiring business students hope to one day use when describing their careers. But for many institutions promising such a future, the idea of success is sometimes just an admissions tool used to attract potential students. The exception to this occurs when the high-spirited ter...

Scarf it.

Crystal Schreiner

September 28, 2011

Filed under Style

Not everybody is a big fan of the chilly weather ahead of us, but the blustery wind and bitter temperatures call for one thing. Scarves! I have a mild obsession with my collection of… at least 20 scarves. I’d like to consider...

Wind-proof, fool-proof

AJ Trela

September 27, 2011

Filed under Style

As we all very well know (and freshmen will come to learn), Milwaukee is one heck of a windy city in the fall/winter season.  I personally always struggle with wind-proofing my look, but over the years, I've accumulated some...

Meet the Editor-in-Chief

Crystal Schreiner

September 18, 2011

Filed under Latest Issue

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Back to School Wardrobe Must-Haves

Katie Harris

September 12, 2011

Filed under Style

Attention Marquette students (and especially freshmen newcomers)! As the fall season quickly approaches, you do not want to be left unprepared for Milwaukee's unpredictable weather. Not to rush the end of this wonderful summer...

Play to vie for national awards

January 13, 2004

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Student actors who participated in the play said the role reversal was challenging, though ultimately rewarding. "I would like to thank the audiences," said Fernandez, the voice of Lucas. "Every time we have performed the play...

Crass Claus carries ‘Santa’

Kyle Carritt

December 4, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Marquee

Yuletide tonic of choice — shaken, stirred and promptly spilled into the closest toilet. A glum-faced, downtrodden Billy Bob Thornton courageously embodies the titular antihero, Willie, a burnt-out, alcoholic mall Santa....

Mutant sequel excels

Kyle Carritt

December 4, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Marquee

This mutant-filled movie addresses some of the focus problems of the first film by putting a lot of the spotlight on fan-favorite Wolverine (Hugh Jackman). The sequel follows Wolverine's quest to find out more about his origins...

‘Word’ sounds too familiar

Susan Haarman

December 4, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News

A complex military story involving moral decisions and betrayal in Vietnam? This sounds like a job for Sonny Crockett. Sonny Crockett? That's right, Don Johnson crawls out of the shadow of his suave "Miami Vice" character to...