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Marquette Wire

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Marquette Wire

Students look forward to a return to the Fiserv Forum as mens basketball student tickets sell out

Students look forward to a return to the Fiserv Forum as men’s basketball student tickets sell out

Kim Cook, Assistant Editor Arts and Entertainment September 28, 2021
It has been 576 days since fans cheered on the Golden Eagles from the student section at Fiserv Forum during the last home game of the 2019-2020 men's basketball season, and 205 days since fans were last welcomed into the stadium to celebrate National Marquette Day and Senior Day with MUBB in March 2021.
Marquette Theatres theme is Together Again.

Marquette Theatre is back in the spotlight

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Reporter September 28, 2021
The performance schedule is full of well-known acts like Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew” and “Mamma Mia!” However, there are also a few unfamiliar plays such as “California Suite” and “Melancholy Play.”
Homecoming week arrives, students have mixed reactions about events

Homecoming week arrives, students have mixed reactions about events

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor September 28, 2021
Yesterday, there were yard games at Ray and Kay Eckstein Common, here's a look at what else is going on campus for the week!
Along with concerts, Summerfest has rides.

Music dwindles as Summerfest comes to an end

Emily Bittman, Assistant General Manager of Marquette Radio September 21, 2021
Saturday, Sept. 18 marked the final day of the three-week long 2021 Summerfest music festival in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. As clean-up begins on the Summerfest grounds, we take a deep dive into who the best performers were, important changes to the festival, and glimpse a sneak peek at what 2022 Summerfest has in store.
The newest MCU film premiered on Sept. 10.

Review: “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Reporter September 21, 2021
On Sept. 3 Marvel released Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings into theaters. The film starring Simu Liu, Awkwafina and Meng’er Zhang rose to popularity despite predictions that it would be a flop.
SJP members play Spoons to represent six prisoners who escaped with only spoons.

A Look Ahead at Organization Students for Justice in Palestine

Randi Haseman, Arts and Entertainment Executive Editor September 21, 2021
Students for Justice in Palestine opened with the Welcoming Event on Sept. 16. Here are a few more of their events for this school year.
BSC posed for a photo at Organization Fest on Sept. 1.

Recap of the Black Student Council and Alpha Phi Alpha Cookout

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor September 21, 2021
Friday, Sept. 10, the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity and the Black Student Council teamed up to provide a cookout for Black students on campus. The event featured a DJ along with different games, and of course, some good food.
The Band CAMINO debuted on Sept. 10.

Review: The Band CAMINO proves they are here to stay with debut full-length album

Kim Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor September 21, 2021
Formed in 2015, the Memphis, Tennessee grown band has released three EPs over the past six years. Their most popular release, 2019’s "tryhard," made them more of a household name.
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.
Alexander rated Certified Lover Boy 8.5 out of 10 stars.

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.
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