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Marquette Wire

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Marquette Wire

Innovation Kitchen hosted a Learning Series April 7.

REVIEW: Stocks, sauces with substance

Anna Houston, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 12, 2022
In a recent class, Chef Gary Schrubbe taught students the secret to the perfect stock or sauce.
B.I.B.L.E. debuted April 8.

Rashad’s Records: Fivio Foreign breaks through on debut album ‘B.I.B.L.E’

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor April 11, 2022
Finally, after guest appearances for artists like King Von and Roddy Ricch, the rising New York rapper's debut project arrived on April 8.
Tino Dentino, a senior in the College of Communication, performed as Donna Sheridan.

REVIEW: Mamma Mia

Nora McCaughey, Copy Chief April 11, 2022
The show tells the story of Sophie and Donna, a daughter and mother on the eve of Sophie’s wedding. Sophie has invited three men she suspects are her father in the hopes of finding out which one it is, and hilarity ensues.
A quick breakdown of the A&E we love.

A&E Breakdown – Tkay Maidza w. Marisssa Provenzale

April 11, 2022
Check out the Marquette University Radio's weekly arts and entertainment podcast "A&E Breakdown" with changing guests, hosted by Julianna Okosun.
Thomas Rhett will be headlining at Summerfest in Milwaukee.

REVIEW: Thomas Rhett reflects on life with ‘Where We Started’

Kimberly Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor April 8, 2022
The record, Rhett's sixth since his debut album "It Goes Like This" in 2013, is a heartfelt reminiscence for the artist.
CODA won the Oscar for Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

REVIEW: CODA, breaking silence on deaf stories

Anna Houston, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 7, 2022
The film revolves around the family of a high school girl, Ruby - the only person in her family of four who can hear.
American War is Omar El Akkads debut novel.

Alex’s Book Cave: ‘American War’

Alex Wagner, Copy Editor April 6, 2022
“American War” follows Sarat Chestnut and her family as they try to find safety in a late 21st century America.
BroYo is located on Wells Street on Marquette Universitys campus.

No more BroYo?

Jolan Kruse, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 5, 2022
Recently, the public learned of its closure due to Gatto’s health issues through a sign posted outside the restaurant. It read: "Several medical issues are forcing me to sell 'BroYo.' Mentally, I can still do it- physically, I can't."
A house adorned with flowers, fruit and butterflies.

Welcome home

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 5, 2022
Days of cryptic TikToks, tweets and Instagram posts all from accounts titled the same thing: You are Home. No one knew what it meant, where they were coming from and what they were alluding to, but the internet loves a good mystery.
Copy Chief Nora McCaughey compiles a list of best crying spots on campus.

Ranking places to cry on campus

Nora McCaughey, Copy Chief April 5, 2022
But being a crybaby has its perks, one of which is that I know the best and worst places to cry on campus.
The 64th Grammy Awards happened Sunday, April 3.

REVIEW: 64th Grammy Awards was not memorable

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor April 4, 2022
While everyone has different feelings toward the Recording Academy, it's still an exciting time to recognize people for their art.
The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich was published in 2020.

Alex’s Book Cave: ‘The Night Watchman’

Alex Wagner, Copy Editor March 31, 2022
Growing up in Wisconsin, I've never felt that the education of Indigenous people in regards to their history, culture and the attempts of extermination was thorough. So I took matters into my own hands.
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