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Hype builds around Marquette’s biggest holiday

Hype builds around Marquette’s biggest holiday

Jenna Thompson, Assistant A&E Editor

February 5, 2019

For more than 25 years, Marquette students, faculty and alum have gathered all over the world to celebrate Marquette basketball and university pride.

Faculty workshop will celebrate new exhibit

Faculty workshop will celebrate new exhibit

Amanda Parrish, A&E Reporter

February 5, 2019

The workshop will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. It will begin at the Haggerty with introductions, followed by presentations from Marquette faculty detailing the ways in which they engage with the Haggerty.

Seniors strive to eat pasta with 526 new people

Seniors strive to eat pasta with 526 new people

Kelli Arseneau, Arts & Entertainment Assistant Editor

January 29, 2019

The event, known as 526 Pasta, began at the beginning of this academic year, when roommates Phil Parisi and Chris Malliet, and their friend James McKenna — all seniors in the College of Engineering — decided they wanted to find a way to bring people together.

Great Lakes Pet Expo celebrates 15th year

Great Lakes Pet Expo celebrates 15th year

Amanda Parrish, A&E Reporter

January 29, 2019

Luckily, students can get their pet fix this Saturday at the 15th annual Great Lakes Pet Expo. Held at the Wisconsin Exposition Center, the event will open its doors from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Jesse McCartney comes to The Rave Friday

Jesse McCartney comes to The Rave Friday

Mikala Hershman, Arts & Entertainment Reporter

January 29, 2019

Tickets to McCartney's The Resolution Tour in Milwaukee are still on sale online, but the Rave recently announced a low ticket alert for the show. General admission tickets are $25.

Study abroad students return, adjust to campus changes

Study abroad students return, adjust to campus changes

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter

January 25, 2019

Coming back to campus after an elongated break brings about many surprises, such as new classes, new faces and even a brand new change of scenery. But for those studying abroad this past fall semester, coming back to Marquette was almost like coming back to a completely different place.

Fashion Friday: Dressing to Impress in MKE Winters

Fashion Friday: Dressing to Impress in MKE Winters

Mary Hanna, A&E Stringer

January 25, 2019

For the cold days when students yearn to put in a little more effort, here are some great tips for keeping warm and looking put together from head to toe.

Students dish on first impressions abroad

Students dish on first impressions abroad

Kelli Arseneau, Arts & Entertainment Assistant Editor

January 22, 2019

As most Marquette students step on campus and prepare for a new semester, others are stepping onto foreign ground, thousands of miles away. While beginning any semester requires adjustment, students studying abroad can experience a bit of a culture shock.

Law Student goes viral for Hall & Oates dance

Law Student goes viral for Hall & Oates dance

Kelli Arseneau, Arts & Entertainment Assistant Editor

January 22, 2019

When she missed her flight from Atlanta to Milwaukee after winter break, Kaitlyn Gould, a Marquette Law student, did not react with frustration or annoyance at the four-hour delay. Instead, Gould decided to make a video of herself dancing in the airport.

Netflix may prohibit user password sharing

Netflix may prohibit user password sharing

Colin Landers, Arts & Entertainment Reporter

January 22, 2019

This year at the Consumer Technology Association's electronics show, a U.K. tech company, Synamedia revealed the development of new software aiming to put an end to password sharing on streaming services like Netflix. 

Milwaukee Museum Week features 17 locations

Milwaukee Museum Week features 17 locations

Amanda Parrish, A&E Reporter

January 22, 2019

Local museums are teaming up to put a spotlight on Milwaukee’s cultural institutions during the first Milwaukee Museum Week, which began Monday and runs through Sunday. 

Slice of Ice provides unique skating experience

Slice of Ice provides unique skating experience

Grace Schneider, Arts & Entertainment Reporter

January 15, 2019

For adults 18 and older, renting a pair of skates costs $9. Otherwise, ice skating at the park is free.