Marquette Wire

Technically Sound: Men’s soccer trailblazers for college technology

Technically Sound: Men’s soccer trailblazers for college technology

Jack Goods, jack.goods@mu.edu

November 24, 2015


Filed under Dont use, Journal, Men's Soccer, Sports, Sports, Wire Featured

Marquette has been thrust into the national soccer scene since men's head coach Louis Bennett arrived on campus in 2006. After accumulating just three wins in his first two years at Marquette, the team now gets top-15 recruiting classes, has made two NCAA tournament appearances and earned its first BIG...

The Relationship between Feminism and Catholicism

Morgan Hughes

November 24, 2015


Filed under Journal, Opinions

Let me begin by saying I love Marquette. I am not Catholic, but I appreciate the values that Marquette, as a Catholic, Jesuit institution, encourages: service, unity and compassion, among other things. That being said, because I am not Catholic, there are certain aspects of being part of a Catholic...

Dogg Haus: story behind late night stop

Dogg Haus: story behind late night stop

Paige Lloyd

November 24, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Journal

“It’s my business, my passion.”  This passion stays with The Dogg Haus owner, Mazen Muna, every day. It has been a decade since The Dogg Haus opened its doors to the Marquette community, making a decade of late night snacks, millions of cheese curds and continuous growth. Muna began his journe...

Milwaukee vs. Chicago: concert venue face off

Milwaukee vs. Chicago: concert venue face off

Ryan McCarthy

November 24, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Journal

The friendly rivalry between Milwaukee and its big brother to the south has existed for as long as anyone can remember. Whether you prefer Milwaukee or Chicago, it is clear that both cities have unique opportunities and experiences to offer. Nowhere is this clearer than in the music scene Both cities...

Don McNeill: Marquette alum and radio legend

Don McNeill: Marquette alum and radio legend

Lily Stanicek

November 24, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Journal

It’s April 9, 1953, and Marquette students gathered outside the train station, signs and placards in hand. The Marquette band waits in anticipation for the cue to begin playing its welcoming march, and that year’s prom queen stands with a bouquet of flowers in hand. A fleet of sparkling new Buicks,...

One Way Out

One Way Out

Jen Michalski

February 16, 2012


Filed under Journal

That afternoon was like any other. 16-year-old Abdulkarim Jimale and his friends met at the abandoned Mogadishu International Airport for their usual pick-up game of soccer. The cement expanse was smooth and barren. As a forward for Team Baangariyo, it was Jimale’s job to get the ball into the goal,...

Twitter Prevails

October 16, 0202


Filed under Journal, Opinions

If I am going to download a new app, I need to have a good reason to do so; if I’m going to keep something on my home screen, it had better add some value to my busy life. And to this point, neither Facebook, nor Venmo has given me any reason to consider paying attention to them.