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REVIEW: Gorillaz latest album “Cracker Island”

Sofía Cortés, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor February 28, 2023
Gorillaz released their new album "Cracker Island" which features other popular music artists.
Comedians make their debut at The Laughing Tap, a Milwaukee comedy club.

The Laughing Tap: Stand-up comedy in Milwaukee

George Kane, Production Assistant February 28, 2023
Local comedians test their humor at Milwaukee's The Laughing Tap during open mic nights.
REVIEW: Papa Johns v Dominos

REVIEW: Papa John’s v Domino’s

George Kane, Production Assistant February 22, 2023
The age-old fight of Papa John's vs. Domino's is constant debate amongst college students.
Radio Roulette featured six local Milwaukee artists in a competition to win the chance to open for MURs Spring Concert.

Q&A: Radio Roulette’s Milwaukee-based Artists

Sofía Cortés, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor February 21, 2023
Radio Roulette rocked the Union Sports Annex last Friday and featured a range of artists from around Milwaukee.
M3GAN is a toy designed to be Cadys best friend, but their relationship takes a dark turn.

REVIEW: M3GAN thrills but confuses audience

Phoebe Goebel, Editor of Diversity and Inclusion February 21, 2023
M3GAN is a film that takes the audience on a rollercoaster of emotions and keeps their eyes glued to the screen.
Peppur Chambers focuses her novels on Black female empowerment. (Photo courtesy of Peppur Chambers)

Peppur Chambers: Marquette alum and author

Aiyona Calvin, Arts and Entertainment Reporter February 21, 2023
Marquette alum started writing novels as a passion project. Now, Peppur Chambers has flourished in her creative writing career.
Jamie and Ann Keiper celebrate their wedding after meeting each other at Marquette several years prior.

Pragma: Marquette college sweethearts

Hope Moses, Executive Director February 14, 2023
Couples who met at Marquette as college students years ago reminisce on their love stories.
Charlie and his father, Paul, in the band section at a Marquette basketball game in Feb. 2022.

Chouinard: A fourth generation Marquette family

Kimberly Cook, Managing Editor of the Marquette Journal February 14, 2023
Charlie Chouinard, the son of two Marquette alumni, and a 4th-generation student on his dad's side, has followed in his family's footsteps in more than just attending the same university as them.
Agape is referred to throughout the New Testament.

Agape: Learning new ways to love

Megan Woolard, Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune February 14, 2023
Jesuit priests explain agape and how to see it throughout life.
Self-care can range from eating a healthy meal to engaging in a relaxing hobby, such as painting.

Building healthy routines through art, exercise

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Executive Opinions Editor February 14, 2023
Around 48% of college students have reported feeling stressed or overwhelmed. Self-care is widely suggested as a way to eliminate stress, but it can be hard for some to engage in the practice.
Lightfield will be in Cathedral Square Park through May 5.

Eros: Unconventional Milwaukee winter date ideas

February 14, 2023
Milwaukee offers different locations for dates during the cold weather.
Wires Caroline Bennett with her sorority sisters during 2023 bid day.

Love Letter to Alpha Phi

Caroline Bennett, Executive Producer of Marquette Lately February 14, 2023
Executive Entertainment Producer Caroline Bennett shares her love for sisterhood and the girls that have become her second family.
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