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Joe Amplo (left) was first Marquette mens lacrosse head coach from 2010-19.  (Photo courtesy of Marquette Athletics.)

JOURNAL: Legacy in the making

Trevor Hilson and Emma Kroll April 20, 2023

Twelve years ago, deputy athletic director Mike Broeker approached executive associate athletic director Danielle Josetti with an idea: Division I lacrosse in Milwaukee. "We'd been in the Big East for...

Submit work for Marquette Wires LitMag IMPRINT by April 1

Submit work for Marquette Wire’s LitMag “IMPRINT” by April 1

Marquette Wire Staff March 30, 2023
The Marquette Journal is now accepting submissions for its LitMag "IMPRINT."
JOURNAL: Far from Black and White

JOURNAL: Far from Black and White

Krisha Patel, Opinions Columnist November 17, 2022
While the data has shown that the film industry is incorporating more diversity, it needs to do much better.
JOURNAL: Flying High with Iggy the Eagle

JOURNAL: Flying High with Iggy the Eagle

Catherine Fink, Sports Reporter November 17, 2022
Enigmatic Iggy is always the first one on hand to cheer on the various Marquette men’s and women’s athletic teams and pump up the students.
Faculty engage in a story exchange to learn more about each other and how to relate that to their own lives.

JOURNAL: Narrative4 and Enigmatic Empathy

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Executive Opinions Editor November 17, 2022
Narrative4 is a global nonprofit that focuses on storytelling and the way it can influence students. The organization is spreading students' stories across campus.
JOURNAL: Marquette History

JOURNAL: Marquette History

Connor Baldwin, MUR Audio News Producer November 17, 2022
As the ivy covering Marquette Hall transforms from a lively summer green to the vivid red, orange and yellow hues of autumn, another season has come and gone. As another year comes to a close, Marquette alumni take a look back on their time on campus and how the university has transformed over the years.
JOURNAL: Inked

JOURNAL: Inked

Will Eikenbary, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor November 17, 2022
Marquette community reveals the meanings and reasons behind their tattoos.
JOURNAL: LGBTQ+ Experiences

JOURNAL: LGBTQ+ Experiences

Julia Abuzzahab, Executive Projects Editor November 17, 2022
"Everyone's going to have their own valid experience."
JOURNAL: Finding Your People

JOURNAL: Finding Your People

Trinity Burgess, Live Broadcast Director November 17, 2022
But the great thing is that it’s not all about that. We have the freedom to hang out with our friends, go to parties, go to games and get involved with groups on campus.
JOURNAL: Becoming Blue and Gold

JOURNAL: Becoming Blue and Gold

Hannah Hernandez, Assistant News Editor November 17, 2022
From basketball games to soccer matches, from clubs and organizations to the classroom, the colors blue and gold can unite the Marquette community.
JOURNAL: Life in Color

JOURNAL: Life in Color

Laura Niezgoda, Assistant Opinions Editor November 17, 2022
A vital part of human life that helps us to feel, remember and act is disappearing from our world. It should alarm you when I say that color is disappearing from our world. I mean, literally disappearing. 
JOURNAL: Growth and Change

JOURNAL: Growth and Change

Trevor Hilson, Sports Audio Producer November 17, 2022
"Her aggressive style is pretty engaging for teammates (and) for coaches, as well as her competitiveness," Theis says. "She refused to lose."
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