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The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

Hippo Campus rocked Riverside Theater Sept. 26 as part of their tour promoting their third album.

REVIEW: Hippo Campus concert

Angelina Galullo, Arts and Entertainment Reporter October 12, 2022
Hippo Campus performed Sept. 26 at the Riverside Theater as part of the tour for their third album.
Richie Morales debuted his exhibit Sept. 2 at the United Community Center.

Hispanic artist displays work at United Community Center

Phoebe Goebel, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor October 11, 2022
Hispanic artist, Richie Morales, opened an exhibit at the Latino Arts Inc. gallery Sept. 2 to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee opened its doors Oct. 7 in the Helfaer Theatre.

REVIEW: Buzzing about The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

Phoebe Goebel, Arts & Entertainment Assistant Edditor October 11, 2022
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee opened its doors Oct. 7 at the Helfaer Theatre. The show will run through Oct. 16, totaling in seven shows.
LGBTQ+ History Month is recognized through the entire month of October.

Lifestyle, music recommendations for those coming out

Izzy Fonfara Drewel and Will Eikenbary October 11, 2022
National Coming Out Day is Oct. 11 and there are many ways to come out to your friends and family.
Students Jazzed About Live Music Series

Students Jazzed About Live Music Series

Will Eikenbary, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor October 4, 2022
For over 30 years, Jazz in the Park has been a staple of the Milwaukee music scene. Every Thursday night from July to September, a different musician or group is chosen to take the stage, in a concert entirely paid for by the East Town Association. After it was canceled the last two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the concert series returns this year in full swing, with its final performance Sept. 29. 
Graphic by Lily Werner

MU_Swifties tells all in exclusive interview

Randi Haseman, Content Coach October 4, 2022
"The 1" and only MU Swifties joined the Marquette Wire for an exclusive Q&A interview to discuss their account, Taylor's upcoming album "Midnights" and more.

The lost art of singing about the telephone

RJ Siano, Design Chief October 4, 2022
In today’s diverse music climate — between the vulnerability and honesty of Steve Lacy and the bitterness and self-loathing of Taylor Swift — it’s a travesty that the breakup song no longer mentions the telephone. As a matter of fact, the telephone used to be so detrimental to a relationship that it used to headline its own songs.
Kaitlyn Bross, a graduate of Marquette University, sits atop the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile September 23. She is one of 12 hotdoggers in the United States.

Hot Diggity Dog: Marquette Alum pilots the Wienermobile

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Executive Editor September 27, 2022
Kaitlyn Bross, an alum of the College of Communication, spent her entire summer traversing the Midwest in the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile.
The Fugees performed from 6 p.m. Sept. 23 to 6 a.m. Sept. 24.

New-Gees become Fugees by pulling an all-nighter

Clara Lebrón, News Reporter September 27, 2022
Although some clubs have initiation rituals, few have one as unique as Marquette’s Studio 13 Refugees; performing in a twelve-hour–long improv show.
REVIEW: New York Fashion Week: The good, the bad and the most impractical

REVIEW: New York Fashion Week: The good, the bad and the most impractical

Phoebe Goebel September 27, 2022
I thought this past New York Fashion Week brought what it needed to bring. Celebrity features, disability awareness, street-style advocacy and old friend reunions were only a few of my highlight moments from the week. In addition to the clothes, designers also explored the concept that fashion week can influence the world in more ways than just style.
Family and friends model Falcus collection to support him.

Falcus’ Friendly Fashion: First-year runs his own brand, New Retro Clothing

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts & Entertainment Executive Editor September 20, 2022
Joey Falcus, a first-year in the College of Arts & Sciences, runs his own clothing brand, New Retro Clothing. His collections feature colorful shirts full of personalized phrases.
The Brew in the AMU is the busiest of the five locations.

Something’s brewing: Campus cafes stay busy

Angelina Gallulo, Arts and Entertainment Reporter September 20, 2022
The Brew offers many different spots for students to study and catch up on school work. Behind the scenes, the Brew staff works hard to create a welcome atmosphere for everyone.
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