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


JOURNAL: Bridging the Divide

JOURNAL: Bridging the Divide

Julia Abuzzahab, Executive Projects Editor April 20, 2023

This story contains editorial content in regard to the political opinions of students leaders on campus. The New York Times recently reported that 19% of people deemed that politics have impacted their...

Photo courtesy of Isaac Pinter.

JOURNAL: Show and Tell

Lauren Puthoff, Arts & Entertainment Reporter April 20, 2023
Students around campus bring childhood items to college to remind them of home.
JOURNAL: The Double-Edged Sword

JOURNAL: The Double-Edged Sword

Trinity Burgess, Live Broadcast Director April 20, 2023
It all started thousands of years ago. First, there was speech. Then there were cave paintings and many years later, in 1876, the first phone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell. Almost 150 years later, here we are, with iPhones, Chromebooks, smart televisions and more.
Nirel Lougbo (center) joins arms with teammates Jordan King (left) and Claire Kaifes (right) prior to a Marquette womens basketball game.

JOURNAL: A voice from the sideline

Ava Mares, Assistant Sports Editor April 20, 2023

There are certain feelings that cannot be described through words alone. This was the case for senior women’s basketball member, Nirel Lougbo, who didn’t have the words for what she felt when she first...

The Gospel Choir has performed at several Marquette events including basketball games.

JOURNAL: Marquette’s Joyful Noise

Isabella Flores, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 20, 2023
Marquette Gospel Choir welcomes students of all faiths to sing with them in joy and worship.

JOURNAL: Community driven safety initiatives

Hannah Hernandez and Clara Lebrón April 20, 2023
Marquette University faces an additional challenge, however, as the campus is located within one of the largest cities inside the Midwest. Although students could be exposed to crime anywhere in the city, only the campus is within Marquette University Police Department’s jurisdiction.
JOURNAL: If not us, then who?

JOURNAL: If not us, then who?

Hope Moses, Executive Director April 20, 2023
America sees me as a winter wren, small in my existence. There is a reason why winter wrens are not emblems of nations, at first glance, they do not appear powerful. But much like a winter wren, my voice can fill a forest — the kind of song that exclaims, “I am here to stay!”
Marquettes Club Taekwondo team practices in Humphrey Hall.

JOURNAL: Club Taekwondo

John Gunville, Sports Reporter April 20, 2023

Taekwondo is a whole lot more than people wearing colored belts and kicking things. "Taekwondo is a lifestyle," Marquette alum and club taekwondo team coach Matthew Lee says. "You get into it to learn...

Mike Jakubowski (second from right, black glasses) has been announcing the basketball programs since 2004.

JOURNAL: On the Mic

Kaylynn Wright, Assistant Sports Editor April 20, 2023

The lights dim, the fire cannons are ablaze and the crowd begins to cheer as the hype video plays on the jumbotron. But whose voice comes booming through the arena that makes everyone go wild? That...

JOURNAL: Underrepresented areas of study

Sophia Tiedge and Trinity Zapotocky April 20, 2023
Dawne Moon, a professor in gender and sexualities studies at Marquette, says that the departments in humanities are losing faculty. When she started working in social and cultural sciences, there were six tenured faculty just for sociology, but now there are two. 
A portion of Keith Harings mural is on display in the Haggerty Museum of Art.

JOURNAL: Megaphone Murals

Phoebe Goebel, Editor of Diversity and Inclusion April 20, 2023
From once being used as a way to improve public spaces, murals have developed into symbols of commentary on the ways in which our world works.
JOURNAL: Sustainability Efforts

JOURNAL: Sustainability Efforts

Briana Nelson, Copy Editor April 20, 2023

Walking through the center of Marquette University on Wisconsin Avenue, buildings flank each side of the street. Cars rush by down the road, and construction can be found without walking far in any direction....

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