The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

A duality of gratitude

A duality of gratitude

Ryan Patterson, Assistant News Editor November 17, 2016

Kelly Koronkowski was making her afternoon nursing rounds at the Clement J. Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center when she checked in on an older male patient with brain damage. He was ill, and did...

Tacos meat tastebuds

Tacos meat tastebuds

Lauren Flatley, A&E Reporter November 17, 2016
In developing and sustaining Gypsy Taco, Ciohon has never wanted his food truck to be categorized as an authentic Mexican restaurant, nor to be consumed by the perfectionism of upscale dining. Gypsy Taco is located in back of Boone & Crockett on 2151 S. Kinnickinnic Ave and will be open year-round.
Gender Equity

Gender Equity

Alex Groth, Projects Reporter November 17, 2016

Susannah Bartlow spent almost three years at Marquette fostering conversations about gender and sexuality among students, faculty and staff before the university dismissed her. She was the director...

Rebecca Zellelew, a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences and member of YES, demonstrates solidarity with her undocumented classmates.

Undocumented

Clara Hatcher, Investigative Reporter April 26, 2016
Undocumented students at Marquette discuss the fragility of their situation.
Downtown Upswing

Downtown Upswing

Patrick Thomas and Jack Goods April 26, 2016
Downtown Milwaukee has seen a surge in development over the past year. The Bucks arena, Northwestern Mutual Tower, the Milwaukee streetcar and the Athletic Performance Research Center are all part of the plan to give Milwaukee a fresh look.
The Hands, The Head, The Heart

The Hands, The Head, The Heart

Devi Shastri, Investigative Reporter April 26, 2016
Marquette's nationally-recognized Gross Lab program takes undergraduates through the human body.
Photo courtesy of Maggie Bean/Marquette Athletics

On the trail: How coaches recruit athletes to Marquette

Dan Reiner, daniel.reiner@mu.edu April 26, 2016

Walk around Marquette’s campus and you won’t have trouble finding a student from the Midwest. Only 18 percent of the student body originates from outside the region, with 69 percent hailing from Illinois...

Freshman Katrina Reeder visited Volcano Arenal in Coast Rica with her high school Spanish class.

Foreign language at the university level

Thomas Southall April 26, 2016

There is an old saying that goes: “What do you call someone who speaks three languages? Trilingual. What do you call someone who speaks two languages? Bilingual. What do you call someone who speaks one...

Schblast is the combination of Schlitz and Pabst.

Schlabst

Michael Beiermeister , michael.beiermeister@marquette.edu April 26, 2016

Composed of a simple mixture of Schlitz and Pabst Blue Ribbon beers, Schlabst has gained popularity at local bars all around Milwaukee. Peter Wilt, a Marquette 1982 journalism graduate and the first president...

Pantone

Pantone

Natalie Ragusin April 26, 2016

A breath of fresh air came to fashion when pantone colors made their mark this season. Light and airy, 2016's sought-after aesthetic will stimulate your style in a new direction. It’s the season of...

MURPHY: The need for community when faith has its doubts

Ryan Murphy April 19, 2016

There are some people who can write, read or study for hours at a time without ever having to get up. I am not one of them. I am always getting bored with my work, getting up for a drink, getting up to...

HUGHES: Cs get degrees and nap time too

Morgan Hughes April 19, 2016

We've all heard the phrase "C's get degrees." Maybe you use it jokingly, maybe you use it to validate your tendency to underachieve, but whichever meaning you assign to the trope, the general understanding...

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