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Lil Was X's new song,

Lil Nas X, MSCHF spark public outcry with new music videos

Ryan Lynch, A&E Reporter April 6, 2021
In 2021, several notable LGBT artists used their sexual identity as a new lens to make music.
Melissa Shew, a visiting assistant professor of philosophy at Marquette, talked about the dangers of intellectual disempowerment of women.

TEDxMarquetteU hosts 2021 spring conference “Flourish”

Skyler Chun, Executive A&E Editor April 6, 2021
Three speakers from the Milwaukee and Marquette communities delivered presentations on various topics relating to our society.
Some found ways to celebrate the holiday with family and friends. Photo via Flickr

Students share thoughts on shortened Easter break

Rashad Alexander, A&E Reporter April 6, 2021
Classes were canceled only for Good Friday this year.
Indie singer-songwriter, Austin Weber, released his latest album

All Things TikTok, Proust, and Music with Austin Weber

Reese Seberg, General Manager of Marquette Radio April 5, 2021

Last week General Manager of MUR, Reese Seberg, spoke with musician Austin Weber about his new album, graduating from Harvard and his TikTok fame. Weber will be starring in MUR’s annual Spring Concert...

New Milwaukee-based band Alley Eyes poses for their Instagram debut. The band focuses on creating a Milwaukee-based sound.

Interview with Milwaukee-Based Band Alley Eyes

Grace Flynn, Assistant Music Director March 29, 2021

Last month, the MUR Music Department had the opportunity to chat with Colton Schroetter, Jake Grimes, and AJ Folino, all former MU students and members of Alley Eyes, a local Milwaukee band, about their...

Graphic designed by Grace Pionek.

The Reel Marquette

March 26, 2021

Stressed from midterms? Take a break by looking at what the photo desk has been up to!          

Drake’s new EP has three brand new tracks, with the assistance of Lil Baby and Rick Ross. Photo via Flickr

ALEXANDER: Drake boasts luxurious life, career in “Scary Hours 2”

Rashad Alexander, A&E Reporter March 24, 2021
The term Scary Hours can have multiple meanings. But for Drake fans, Scary Hours can only mean one thing: New Drake music. 
Taylor Swift won album of the year for her recent album

The 63rd annual Grammy Awards ceremony breaks records

Rashad Alexander, A&E Reporter March 23, 2021
While the ceremony was postponed six weeks due to COVID-19 concerns, the night finally arrived, and was filled with many memorable performances.
Some dependents are able to claim up to $1,400 in payment.

Everything you need to know about the new stimulus package

Quinn Faeth, A&E Reporter March 23, 2021
President Joe Biden signed the third round of stimulus checks into law on March 11, giving a maximum of $1,400 to those who qualify.

IVES: Books by women to celebrate Women’s History Month

Charlotte Ives, A&E Assistant Editor March 23, 2021
In honor of Women’s History Month, here is a short list of wonderful books written by women, about women.
The Office of Engagement and Inclusion is offering multiple opportunities to learn about all the different expressions of womanhood and how to break the conventional norms that revolve around it.

Marquette hosts variety of events celebrating Women’s History Month

Leen Mortada , A&E Stringer March 22, 2021
March 8, 1857 marked the beginning of international Women’s History Month.
Graphic designed by Grace Pionek.

The Reel Marquette

March 19, 2021

This week, it's all about composition for the Marquette Wire photo desk. Take a look.          

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