Marquette Wire

Sheep Thrills

Sheep Thrills

Maya Korenich, Executive Opinions Editor

March 20, 2019

Black Sheep is an upscale wine bar located in the Walker's Point neighborhood of Milwaukee, with a wide variety of wines including a unique wine tap.

Being the Difference

Being the Difference

Alex Garner, News Reporter

March 20, 2019

Meg McElligott has worked at the BloodCenter of Wisconsin for 42 years, first working in the transplant compatibility lab after graduating from Marquette University with her Bachelor of Science in biology.

Theaters and Truck Stops

Theaters and Truck Stops

Jenny Whidden and Claire Hyman

March 20, 2019

Though organization vary in how they fight human trafficking, addressing misconceptions and raising awareness are shared goals.

A Chance on Love

A Chance on Love

Sydney Czyzon, Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune

March 20, 2019

Two aspiring health professionals connected shortly after their graduations in the 1980s and became encapsulated in a "whirlwind romance."

A Forgotten Legacy

A Forgotten Legacy

Clara Janzen, Projects Reporter

March 20, 2019

Joseph McCarthy, who graduated with a law degree in 1935, changed the American political sphere in ways that are still visible today.

HARRINGTON: Taboos Prevent Discourse of Slavery

HARRINGTON: Taboos Prevent Discourse of Slavery

Reilly Harrington, Assistant Opinions Editor

March 20, 2019

It should be disturbing that the notion of human bondage and kidnapping could be forgotten in the national discourse. Given the unique relationship the United States has with slavery, paired with American ideals about freedom and individual liberties, the discourse surrounding modern slavery should dominate public discussion.

Wine Wins

Wine Wins

Meghan Rock, Executive Sports Producer

March 20, 2019

During my visit to Black Sheep, I sampled five wines from the tap:

Left on Read

Left on Read

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter

March 20, 2019

When someone in a relationship is left on read is a phenomenon referred to as "ghosting."

Sweeping the Nation: Efforts Take Root

Sweeping the Nation: Efforts Take Root

Matthew Martinez and Clara Janzen

March 20, 2019

Operation Cross Country is a four day undertaking, where law enforcement sweeps cities in areas known to have trafficking problems and make substantial arrests. In 2017, the operation led to the recovery of 84 sexually exploited juveniles and the arrest of 120 traffickers nationwide. Of the 120 arrests, 82 were in Wisconsin.

HARTE: Trafficking an Ugly Reality in Milwaukee

HARTE: Trafficking an Ugly Reality in Milwaukee

Matthew Harte, Opinions Columnist

March 20, 2019

While the true number of victims remains unknown, Milwaukee’s reputation as a trafficking hub is expounded through high-profile prosecutions of local pimps.

Press Play on Paula

Press Play on Paula

Grace Schneider, Arts & Entertainment Reporter

March 20, 2019

“If you have something to say now is the time to say it, and someone will watch your video,” Paula Tews, a graduate of the College of Communication, says as she urges anyone looking to start a YouTube channel to “just frickin’ do it.”

Red’s Mark on a Green Field

Red’s Mark on a Green Field

Dan Avington, Sports Audio Producer

March 20, 2019

Joseph "Red" Dunn, former Marquette football star, wins three NFL championships with Packers.