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The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

Dodie performed at The Rave Friday, Feb. 18.

REVIEW: Rundown of Dodie at The Rave

Anna Houston, Arts and Entertainment Reporter March 3, 2022
Excited fans shuffled in from the cold into the basement of The Rave for the intimate performance.
Guided workouts are part of students tuition.

Fiscally fit with MU rec app

Jolan Kruse, Arts and Entertainment Reporter March 2, 2022
Katelyn Hodgson is a first-year in the College of Arts & Sciences who said she wasn't sure about working out until she found out about the MU Rec app.
Eat Read Love meets online to discuss their monthly book.

Building community through prose with Eat Read Love

Kim Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor March 1, 2022
Eat Read Love, Marquette's only on-campus book club, is one place that Maggie Sullivan, the president of the club, says that reading isn't mandatory.
Lourdes Galido (center) won an award for Outstanding Soloist at the ICCA.

Marquette Gold ‘N Blues have successful weekend at competition

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor March 1, 2022
There was a sing-off Saturday, Feb. 19, as the Gold 'N Blues traveled to Madison for this year's quarterfinal for the International Championship of Collegiate A Capella.
Marquette alum Pat Finn teaches the improv class.

Introducing Improv: Pat Finn’s course returns to Marquette

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Reporter March 1, 2022
An improv course taught by Marquette alum, Pat Finn, returns to Marquette this semester.
Varsity Theatre showed King Richard Friday, Feb. 18.

REVIEW: ‘King Richard’ is aces on the court, on the screen

Kim Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistatnt Editor February 22, 2022
The titular character in the film, "King Richard" Williams is played by six-time Academy Award-nominated actor Will Smith.
Dr. Dominique Pritchett spoke at the Alumni Memorial Union.

Black History Month events continue with mental health keynote

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor February 22, 2022
Students were able to learn how to handle burnout and their mental health at a keynote event in honor of Black History Month.
Lush Popcorn is one of the places A&E Reporter Jolan Kruse visited.

REVIEW: Celebrating Black History Month with a sweet tooth

Jolan Kruse, Arts and Entertainment Reporter February 22, 2022
One way to celebrate Black History Month is by supporting local Black-owned bakeries.
Euphoria returned for a second season Jan. 9.

Euphoric return of ‘Euphoria’

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Reporter February 15, 2022
After airing the first season in 2019, "Euphoria" gained a loyal following. Now, "Euphoria" has returned for a second season with its talented cast, and the show has managed to grab new viewers. 
The Oscars ceremony will be Mar. 27.

CURRAN: predictions for movie’s biggest night

Patrick Curran , Assistant Entertainment Producer February 15, 2022
Year after year, as I wake up early (this year it was at 7:18 a.m.) at the most specific time, I sit in my bed and gasp as a C-list celebrity announcer reveals the Oscar nominations.
Remi Wolf preformed at the Metro in Chicago Feb. 4.

REVIEW: Remi Wolf knows how to put on a show

Anna Houston, Arts and Entertainment Reporter February 15, 2022
The pop star dominated her sold out show at the Metro in Chicago this past Friday, Feb. 4.
Rashad Alexander has a few Funko Pops at his apartment.

ALEXANDER: Looking into my collection of Funko Pops

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor February 15, 2022
And while I've owned just a few of them over the years, I just recently started adding more to the collection of these figures that are really making a frenzy in the United States. 
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