Marquette Wire

Q&A with the Red Doors

Q&A with the Red Doors

Stefan Reutter, A&E Stringer

March 20, 2019

Since the spring of 2017, a group of Marquette students have been playing as a band named randomly for the doors to their practice space.

Abodes of the Arts

Kelli Arseneau, Assistant A&E Editor

March 20, 2019

At first glance, Marquette University does not seem like a hub for performing arts. There is no college of fine arts and the university is more widely known and nationally recognized for Division I basketball than for musical theater.

Fishing for a Phantom

Fishing for a Phantom

Mackane Vogel, Executive A&E Editor

March 20, 2019

I am not sure what to expect when I arrive at the Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear. I have passed the museum before, but never thought much of it.

Red Alert: Life as an EMT

Red Alert: Life as an EMT

Emma Tomsich, News reporter

March 20, 2019

t’s hard for many students to balance extracurriculars, jobs and academics on a daily basis. But for students who also work as Emergency Medical Technicians, their daily schedules include constant running around, trauma coverage and the thrill of the unknown.

Singing On

Singing On

Tara Schumal, MUTV General Manager

March 20, 2019

Liamani Segura sings at nearly half as many major events as her age.

Rocking Red

Rocking Red

Jenna Thompson, Assistant A&E Editor

March 20, 2019

Red in fashion often means three things: bold, bright and powerful.

MKE Date Spots

MKE Date Spots

Sarah Lipo

March 20, 2019

As a broke college kid, it can sometimes be difficult to find fun, inexpensive things to do in the city with your significant other or even a friend or two. These locations across the city offer exciting and new activities that won’t break the bank.

A Chart, a Globe and a Shoebox

A Chart, a Globe and a Shoebox

John Steppe, Executive Sports Editor

March 20, 2019

Marquette's most famous NBA alumnus has a much humbler beginning.

Chocolate is the New Coffee

Chocolate is the New Coffee

Amanda Parrish, A&E Reporter

March 20, 2019

Richard Koenings, founder and owner of Red Elephant Chocolate in the Third Ward, says he found his way into the chocolate world by accident.

South Side Spice

South Side Spice

Emma Dill and Joseph Beaird

March 20, 2019

Spicy food is alive and well on Milwaukee's South Side. Check out these five hot spots for a little extra heat.

P is for Pretty

P is for Pretty

Natallie St. Onge, Executive News Editor

March 20, 2019

It was there as much as I was, except everything within me knew I shouldn’t have been there. It knew its place. I knew where I was sitting, too, on a bed with quilts and pillows left behind for the wash. It sits on the nightstand underneath the TV that tries to make the room look new, but it owns the place as much as he did. It was wrong as much as it was right, it being there. Just there. Me, being there.

Hard to Define

Hard to Define

Lelah Byron, Projects Reporter

March 20, 2019

Yarbrough was raised in a middle-class, two-person-income family. She was never forced to endure traumatic experiences inside her own home. She had the trendiest fashion and the newest toys. She did, however, lack one thing: a feeling of acceptance.