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JOURNAL: Be The Difference with NIL

JOURNAL: Be The Difference with NIL

Ben Schultz, Assistant Sports Editor November 17, 2022
"Every time there's a new memory it's getting us closer," women's basketball senior forward Chloe Marotta says.
The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee graced the Helfaer stage in October.

JOURNAL: Stage Left, Stage Right

Angelina Galullo, MUR A&E Audio Producer November 17, 2022
The Marquette Theatre Department discusses what goes on behind the scenes during their 48th annual season.
Photo courtesy of Kimberly Cook

JOURNAL: Editor’s Note

Kimberly Cook, Managing Editor of the Marquette Journal November 17, 2022
We often hear people say "live life to the fullest" or "live your best life," but what does that sentiment really mean?
JOURNAL: Community Service Organizations

JOURNAL: Community Service Organizations

Clara Lebrón, Opinions Columnist November 17, 2022
Service can mean different things to different people. For Rachel Piscoran, a sophomore in the College of Arts & Sciences, it means breaking boundaries.
JOURNAL: Finding Second Chances

JOURNAL: Finding Second Chances

Skyler Chun November 17, 2022
“Do I get a chance to be a lawyer? Do I get a chance to go to Marquette? Is this for real?” McCloud would wonder while sitting at empty tables in the law school.
JOURNAL: Believe and Lead

JOURNAL: Believe and Lead

Andrew Amouzou, Executive Director of the Marquette Wire November 17, 2022
"Before you step into a leadership position, figure out why you want to lead. Is it through recognition? Is it through investment to other people? Is it to share something with the world that needs to be shared? What is your reason?" Wilborn-Hinton says.
JOURNAL: More than Team Colors

JOURNAL: More than Team Colors

Jack Albright, Executive Sports Editor November 17, 2022
“When you see the players around campus, say, ‘Hey, good game last night,’” Dombrowski says. "It’s a way of connecting as a community."
JOURNAL: Who Am I?

JOURNAL: Who Am I?

Hope Moses, Executive Director November 17, 2022
Being in your twenties is a beautiful place to be and yet, I spend so much time worrying about the world I once saw in color and ruminating on who I am and what is to come of my life.
Enrollment statistics include retention and graduation rates.

JOURNAL: Student Major Changes

Jolan Kruse, Investigative Reporter November 17, 2022
Some describe it as a breeze, but for others, it is described as a headache.
JOURNAL: Behind the Painted White Lines

JOURNAL: Behind the Painted White Lines

Ava Mares, Assistant Sports Editor November 17, 2022
“If you give them (the team) respect, they'll give you respect back. It doesn't come right away, you just have to build a connection.”
First-year student Val Martinez expresses creativity through drawing

JOURNAL: Student Artists’ Expression

Phoebe Goebel, Editor of Diversity and Inclusion November 17, 2022
Whether it's picking the right brush, choosing the word that created deeper meaning in a sentence or visiting a museum as a way of escaping everyday life, art lives and thrives on campus through passion, fascination and desire.
Photo by Josh Meitz

JOURNAL: What are memories made of?

Megan Woolard, Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune August 25, 2022
Photographs have always been a means to preserve moments in time, but does your brain preserve those moments in time? 
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