Marquette Wire

Safety First

Safety First

Donna Sarkar and Emily Rouse

May 15, 2019

“A key part of the Jesuit tradition of higher education is that universities are located in urban centers, where faculty, staff and students live and work in the community,” Marquette University Police Department Chief Edith Hudson says in an email. “Our urban location is an asset in so many ways.”

Text, Toast and Good Talks

Sarah Lipo, Columnist

May 15, 2019

It’s 8:30 p.m., and a group of students huddle around two computers in the McCabe Hall conference room, and frantically discuss questions about God and faith as more questions trickle in. For the fifth year in a row, InterVarsity, an interdenominational, Christian Campus Ministry group, puts on Te...

The Makings of a Marquette Mural

The Makings of a Marquette Mural

Annie Mattea, Assistant News Editor

May 15, 2019

Haring’s “Construction Fence” is a nearly 100 feet long painted fence that surrounded the Haggerty’s construction site in 1983, the year before the museum opened. The fence is double sided and consists of numerous outlines of figures, such as dogs and babies. Everything is filled in with a bright yellow-orange color. “Marquette” is painted in one corner. Part of the mural is on display right now, while the rest is in the Haggerty’s permanent collection in storage.

Home is Where the Heart Is

Zoe Comerford, Assistant Sports Editor

May 15, 2019

A classmate once asked me, “Who are you always on the phone with?” My response is simple: my parents. There’s not a day that goes by when I don’t talk to them at least twice. Whether it’s when I’m walking to class, after I receive exciting news or just when I’m in my room studying, I talk to t...

One of a Kind

One of a Kind

Sydney Czyzon, Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune

May 15, 2019

The fashion line's purpose is to be a one-stop-shop for practical ethnic fashion that reaches customers beyond cultural boundaries, student Oluwapelumi Oguntade says.

A Complete (and Crucial) Cheese Curd Guide

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter

May 15, 2019

I tried some of the most popular cheese curds in the Milwaukee area and carefully evaluated each type and rated them on a 10-point scale. This information is crucial for any Marquette student looking for some quality Wisconsin cheese. 

An Investment in the Future

Emily Rouse, Assistant Special Projects Editor

May 15, 2019

It left America wondering where to go from there. It left America wondering how to invest in the future.

A Plight of Pollinators

Alex Garner, News Reporter

May 15, 2019

Emma Schmierer, a freshman in the College of Arts & Sciences and president-elect of the MU Pollinators, says the club is working on building its organization by gaining members and engaging Marquette students. 

Yellow Like Lemonade

Daniel Macias, Assistant Sports Editor

May 15, 2019

“I’ve taken plenty of ice baths before and they’re definitely not fun for the first couple of minutes but yeah, he was kind of just chilling in there,” Wons remembers. “It looked like he was looking kind of relieved to be in there, cooling down.”

Women in Sports Media

Maddie Adams, Sports Reporter

May 15, 2019

Women in the industry continually battle through times of adversity to see progress in their presence in sports journalism.

Strength, Sweat and the Shops of Grand Avenue

Strength, Sweat and the Shops of Grand Avenue

Zoe Comerford, Assistant Sports Editor

March 20, 2019

Former Marquette alumna starts kickboxing gym a bus ride away from campus.

Alpha Phi for Heart Health

Alpha Phi for Heart Health

Alexa Jurado, News Reporter

March 20, 2019

Alpha Phi focuses on women's heart health and cardiac research.