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The Reel Marquette

February 19, 2021

I haven't stepped foot on Marquette's campus since Dec. 2019. I've met some of my colleagues in person, but the vast majority of them I've only met through video calls.             The...

The New York Fashion Week has received all the hype it deserves this February. Photo via Flickr

Fashion Friday: New York Fashion Week

Mary Hanna, A&E Stringer February 19, 2021
With COVID-19 restrictions at an all time high, the New York Fashion Week has capitalized on the ever so intimate world of top-tier fashion.
These shows can be found on HBO and Netflix. Photo via Flickr

TV shows highlighting stories of Black excellence

Quinn Faeth, A&E Reporter February 17, 2021
These shows feature prominent Black roles, Black direction and Black culture.
The Marquette Center for Peacemaking is located near the AMU.

Relational Learning Project brings global connections to MU

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter February 16, 2021
The Relational Learning Project seeks to nurture learning through relationships with the natural world and the human family, connecting everyone and everything.

SHAFFER: Summer music to get you through the winter

Tommy Shaffer, A&E Reporter February 16, 2021
These songs warm up the coldest of days and lighten up the hardest times.
A standard subscription is now $13 a month and premium subscription is $18.

Netflix rasies prices, releases new shows this February

Charlotte Ives, A&E Assistant Editor February 16, 2021
The price of standard and premium Netflix subscriptions went up by $1 and $2 respectively in late October.
There are a multitude of new romance books that have been released in the past few years. Photo via Flickr

STEBNITZ: Romantic love stories to read for Valentine’s day

Mason Stebnitz, Assistant A&E Editor February 14, 2021
Books are a more underrated media on this holiday.
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The Reel Marquette

February 12, 2021

This week, the photographers at the Marquette Wire take a closer look at some of their favorite and special things, including favorite birds, friends and the essence of home. All things that make can...

Students, faculty and alumni dress in blue and gold to show school spirit. Marquette Wire Stock Photo

Students reflect on National Marquette Day during pandemic

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter February 9, 2021
This year, the official National Marquette Day will be on March 6, but many students unofficially celebrated on Feb. 6.
Many theaters are reopening after being closed due to COVID-19.

Movies to check out during Black History Month

Quinn Faeth, A&E Reporter February 9, 2021
The Center for Cultural Engagement and the Black Student Council are hosting events all throughout the month of February. 
The first cohort was established in the Fall of 2019. Photo via Flickr

Marquette film, book club promotes diversity, culture

Charlotte Ives, A&E Assistant Editor February 9, 2021
The club meets once each month to discuss the book or film that was assigned.
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The Reel Marquette

Zach Bukowski , Executive Photo Editor February 5, 2021
This week highlights where we come from: Our home towns.
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