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Colors and Connotations

Molly Glowacki, News Reporter

May 15, 2019

In the world of art, yellow is a primary and warm color.

Goals, Genetics and Growth

Goals, Genetics and Growth

Dan Avington, Sports Audio Producer

May 15, 2019

Look to the sideline at Valley Fields and you’ll notice a youthful assistant hollering at the defense. Then take a glance at No. 55 in the blue and gold on the field, and you’ll likely figure out the reason for the screaming. The coach is Jake Richard, a 2016 Marquette lacrosse graduate and now the Marquette a...

Sunshine Style

Mary Hanna, A&E Stringer

May 15, 2019

A direct reflection of the sun, the color yellow is its own refreshing burst of sunshine. There is nearly neither a day nor a person that cannot be brightened by the bright hue. Especially in summertime, yellow is a color of warmth and a signal to the world that better weather has arrived. When wea...

A Changing Skyline

Sydney Czyzon, Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune

May 15, 2019

The Light the Hoan project, a crowdfunding campaign to illuminate the Hoan Bridge with light bulbs dedicated to people or organizations in the city, hopes to raise enough funds to light the bridge by summer 2020.

Stop to Smell the Tulips

Matthew Harte, Opinions Columnist

May 15, 2019

“When my kids (attended Marquette), most of the comments they got were, ‘When is your dad planting the tulips?’ and ‘How long are the tulips gonna stay?’” Blonien says. “Then when the tulips came up, there would be a lot of online posts with people saying, ‘We’re so happy.’ That gives us a lot of pride.”

Serving Up Spice

Larson Seaver, Executive Arts & Entertainment Producer

May 15, 2019

“It’s something that is incredibly technical and incredibly precise, but also incredibly beautiful at the same time,” Screaming Tuna chef Noah Rasmussen says.

The Bro-Yo Breakdown

The Bro-Yo Breakdown

Emma Tomsich, News reporter

May 15, 2019

Though most students dread the freshman 15, a good, old, greasy, American-style meal is needed every now and then.  BroYo Campustown, located on W. Wells Street, is an iconic breakfast dive known for its huge portions and affordable prices. If you’re looking for a cute brunch restaurant with healthy options, continue downtown, but if you’re interested in trying a staple on Marquette’s campus, read on to learn about their specialties.

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.