Marquette Wire

Vegan Expo looks to spark discussion about diet

Vegan Expo looks to spark discussion about diet

Grace Schneider, Arts & Entertainment Reporter

March 26, 2019

On Saturday, MKE Vegan Expo will be hosting their fourth annual exposition, hosted at UW-Milwaukee.

Milwaukee Downtown searches for artist

Milwaukee Downtown searches for artist

Kelli Arseneau, A&E Assistant Editor

March 26, 2019

Last week, Milwaukee Downtown announced that it is seeking an artist to paint an 80-by-50-foot mural at 622 W. Wisconsin Ave., at the corner of James Lovell Street and Wisconsin Avenue. Known as the Gateway Mural, the project will be created in a partnership between Milwaukee Downtown, Business Improvement District No. 21, the Downtown Placemaking Task Force, City of Milwaukee and Westown Association.

Marquette Radio to host Spring Concert Thursday

Marquette Radio to host Spring Concert Thursday

Amanda Parrish, A&E Reporter

March 26, 2019

Hip-hop fans can come together at the Union Sports Annex for Marquette’s spring concert, sponsored by Marquette Radio, this Thursday, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Final day of “Almost Everything $6 Sale” is today

Final day of “Almost Everything $6 Sale” is today

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter

March 26, 2019

In this day and age, going to college is making a bigger dent in finances more than ever. This is especially true for students in graduate school. It is for this reason that the Department of Physical Therapy hosted an “Almost Everything $6 Sale,” which started Monday and runs through today, March 26th, to benefit the Physical Therapy Student Scholarship fund for graduate students in the physical therapy program.

Fashion Friday: Milan

Fashion Friday: Milan

Mary Hanna, A&E Stringer

March 22, 2019

By adding any of these Milanese style tips to your repertoire, it is possible to carry a little piece of Milan with you always.

Q&A with the Red Doors

Q&A with the Red Doors

Stefan Reutter, A&E Stringer

March 20, 2019

Since the spring of 2017, a group of Marquette students have been playing as a band named randomly for the doors to their practice space.

Abodes of the Arts

Kelli Arseneau, Assistant A&E Editor

March 20, 2019

At first glance, Marquette University does not seem like a hub for performing arts. There is no college of fine arts and the university is more widely known and nationally recognized for Division I basketball than for musical theater.

Fishing for a Phantom

Fishing for a Phantom

Mackane Vogel, Executive A&E Editor

March 20, 2019

I am not sure what to expect when I arrive at the Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear. I have passed the museum before, but never thought much of it.

Singing On

Singing On

Tara Schumal, MUTV General Manager

March 20, 2019

Liamani Segura sings at nearly half as many major events as her age.

Rocking Red

Rocking Red

Jenna Thompson, Assistant A&E Editor

March 20, 2019

Red in fashion often means three things: bold, bright and powerful.

MKE Date Spots

MKE Date Spots

Sarah Lipo

March 20, 2019

As a broke college kid, it can sometimes be difficult to find fun, inexpensive things to do in the city with your significant other or even a friend or two. These locations across the city offer exciting and new activities that won’t break the bank.

Chocolate is the New Coffee

Chocolate is the New Coffee

Amanda Parrish, A&E Reporter

March 20, 2019

Richard Koenings, founder and owner of Red Elephant Chocolate in the Third Ward, says he found his way into the chocolate world by accident.