Marquette Wire

M(yo)UTubers

M(yo)UTubers

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter

March 20, 2019

Kajita started making videos in May 2012. Her channel is categorized as lifestyle, and her videos include vlogs, makeup, beauty and fashion.

Families Divided

Families Divided

Tyler Peters, Sports Reporter

March 20, 2019

Kylie Sprecher and Mary Hanson grew up following in their families' footsteps as Wisconsin fans. Now they've become Golden Eagles.

My Worst ‘Date’

My Worst ‘Date’

Grace Schneider, Arts & Entertainment Reporter

March 20, 2019

An admittedly immature Twitter rant over an ex-girlfriend led to a childhood friend reaching out with what I think are intentions of supporting me.

Battling Redshirt Pain

Battling Redshirt Pain

Daniel Macias, Assistant Sports Editor

March 20, 2019

Mike Nelson, Lauren Van Kleunen and Manuel Cukaj learn from redshirt experience.

Under Fire

Under Fire

John Steppe, Executive Sports Editor

March 20, 2019

Emails and comments from track and field athletes begin to flow in, calling the story inaccurate, in bad taste and poorly timed. In one case, an athlete proceeded to critique the layout of the sports section, too, in frustration.

Down to the Wire: The Marquette Journal | October 24, 2018

October 24, 2018

On this special edition of Down to the Wire, MUTV General Manager Tara Schumal sits down with Aly Prouty, managing editor of the Marquette Journal, to talk about her journey through the Blue Issue.

HARRINGTON: Medicare for All

HARRINGTON: Medicare for All

Reilly Harrington, Opinions Columnist

October 22, 2018

If Democrats have any intentions of taking the House and initiating some form of lasting “Blue Wave,”  then the importance of healthcare as a human right and the reform of the American healthcare system need to be prominent elements of their platforms.

Turn UP DOWNtown

Turn UP DOWNtown

Brian Boyle, Assistant Opinions Editor

October 22, 2018

What better way to celebrate the latent benefits of legal adulthood than turning back the clock, spitting in the face of sophistication and dropping $11 on a couple of cold Miller Lites and three rounds of "Ms. Pac-Man."

True Colors

True Colors

Noelle Douglass, Assistant A&E Editor

October 22, 2018

With the widespread "Pitch Perfect" trilogy and booming career of vocal quintet Pentatonix, days of brief barber shop quartet appearances have been replaced by modern interpretations of the world of a cappella music. Characterized by instrument-free arrangements and often matching outfits, recent producers and writers have run with different ideas in order to paint a pop culture picture of what an a cappella group is.

The Legacy of Championship Blue

The Legacy of Championship Blue

John Steppe, Executive Sports Editor

October 22, 2018

“I had colored pencils and everything,” Ellis says. “I could draw real well. That was another gift that God gave to me. I was pretty creative.”

Autism Speaks Loud With Alpha Xi Delta Sorority

Natallie St. Onge, Assistant News Editor

October 22, 2018

With pink roses and quills, the mascot Al Fuzzy and colors of gold and double blue, sisters of the Alpha Xi Delta sorority fundraise for Autism Speaks, an autism advocacy organization that raises awareness for autism research and organizes outreach activities geared toward families, government and the general public.

What’s Trending, Marquette?

What’s Trending, Marquette?

Emma Tomsich, News Reporter

October 22, 2018

Following these four Marquette-centric Twitter accounts will unlock student's on-campus experience.