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Still Over It released Nov. 5.

REVIEW: After two years, Summer Walker is ‘Still Over It’ with new album

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor November 16, 2021
"Still Over It" brings listeners a little closer look at Walker and her relationship with the father of her child, producer London On Da Track, which became very messy on social media.
Caroline trusts Noodle to predict her day more than she trusts anything else.

‘A 13-year-old pug runs my life’

Caroline Bennett, Marquette University Television Production Assistant November 16, 2021
With one eye open, the other embedded in my pillow, I search "Is it a bones day?"
Transgender flags adorned the grass outside the Alumni Memorial Union Nov. 15.

Trans* Compassion Week comes to Marquette

Randi Haseman, Arts and Entertainment Executive Editor November 16, 2021
"It's important that we take time to not only acknowledge and address anti-transgender violence and its plague on our society, but to celebrate trans* joy and increase the spaces for gender-diverse individuals at Marquette," Emma Mentley Weutrich, the assistant director of the Office of Engagement and Inclusion for the LGBTQ+ Resource Center, said in an email.
Taylor Swift rerelased Red (Taylors Version) Nov. 12.

REVIEW: ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ is something new but something we remember “All Too Well”

Kim Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor November 15, 2021
In light of the release of "Red" (Taylor's Version)," let's take a page out of Swift's book and reach into the Marquette Wire "vault" and talk with Sotomayor for her thoughts on Taylor's newest rerelease.
The Critical Indigenous Symposium had a full day of activities.

Native American Heritage Month kicks off with Cultural Indigenous Symposium

Kim Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor November 9, 2021
The CIS was one of several events taking place this November as part of the celebration of Native American Heritage Month.
Twilight premiered in theaters in 2008.

REVIEW: ‘Twilight,’ where have you been loca?

Randi Haseman, Arts and Entertainment Executive Editor November 9, 2021
I was in the target demographic but unfortunately suffering from "not like other girls" syndrome. After constant recommendations from friends, I've been worn down and I decided to finally watch the saga's first movie "Twilight."
ALEXANDER: Does leaked music hurt artists or help them?

ALEXANDER: Does leaked music hurt artists or help them?

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor November 9, 2021
Nowadays, leaked music is even more prevalent within the music industry with everything being mainly digital now, but it's especially glaring within the hip-hop community.
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion offers initiatives known as community circles, including Black Queens Support Group.

Black Queens Support Group is a space to talk, relate and relax

Jonillia Davis, Arts and Entertainment Contributing Writer November 2, 2021
Although any student can see Lewis, she likes to work close with Marquette African American/Black student population. “My coordination area is with Black and African American students, and so it doesn't necessarily mean not only see Black and African American students, but I like to do a lot of programming and outreaching around that particular population,” Lewis said. 
The Sigma Lambda Gammas hosted a pumpkin sale to raise money for breast cancer awareness.

Sigma Lambda Gamma Sorority hosts pumpkin sale for a special cause

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor November 2, 2021
The Gammas had a sale for small pumpkins on the second floor of the Alumni Memorial Union from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., and in the Center for Engagement and Inclusion from 4 to 6 p.m.
The pop-up thrift shop appeared on campus on Oct. 28.

Thrift Shop for Campus Sustainability Month

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Reporter November 2, 2021
The month of October is recognized as Campus Sustainability Month. To celebrate, the Office of Sustainability organized several events. They hosted an LED lightbulb giveaway, a t-shirt to tote bag event, a sustainability office pop-up where students could ask questions about sustainability and a pop-up thrift shop.  
Ed Sheerans newest album = released on Oct. 29.

Review: Ed Sheeran’s “=” reflects artist’s new experiences as husband and father

Kim Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor November 1, 2021
After the release of 2017's widely-popular and successful  "÷," the third installation of his mathematically titled albums, Sheeran returned in 2019 with "No.6 Collaborations Project."
Festive decorations are important for the party mood.

A guide for throwing a haunting Halloween party

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Reporter October 26, 2021
Here’s some suggestions to help you throw the spookiest celebration this season. 
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