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Marquette Wire

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Marquette Wire


Students try new things to eat healthier in college.

JOURNAL: In the Kitchen

Jonillia Davis, Arts and Entertainment Contributing Writer April 21, 2022
While eating in the dorms may be fun, they may want to add a little flavor to their plates.
Destiny Hill, a junior in the College of Health Sciences hopes to bring more diversity to the field of speech pathology.

JOURNAL: Future Leaders

Rashad Alexander and Danny Nicpon April 21, 2022
Marquette is home to future nurses, engineers, business owners who hope to be leaders in their fields someday.
In the fall 2021 semester, international students made up 1.9% of undergraduate enrollment and 6.3% of graduate enrollment. 

JOURNAL: Moving to the Midwest

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter April 21, 2022
Students come to Marquette University from all over the world, but despite potential cultural or ethnic barriers for international students, the Marquette community still acts as one.

JOURNAL: Finding all super fans

Ava Mares, Sports Reporter April 21, 2022
The crowd cheers, Iggy the Eagle moonwalks on the sidelines and T-shirts parachute from the ceiling to the stands.
Members of MFMA, along with help from student volunteers and the Marquette Theatre Department, meet in the basement of Johnston Hall.

JOURNAL: Changing angles for new perspectives

Kimberly Cook, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor April 21, 2022
Members of the Marquette Filmmakers Association work to make their ideas come to life on screen.
Jacki Black is the director for Hispanic Initiatives and Diversity & Inclusion Educational Programming at Marquette.

JOURNAL: Hispanic Diversity & Inclusion

Christina Espinoza, Projects Reporter April 21, 2022
Marquette was given "emerging HSI" status for their representation of Hispanic or Latinx students on campus.
Experiences among students may differ greatly, especially during a pandemic.

PATEL: First-year expectations

Krisha Patel, Opinions Columnist April 21, 2022
There are many false perceptions about college, and students have to understand that every experience is unique to each individual.

JOURNAL: Helping hands around the city

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Executive Opinions Editor April 21, 2022
Marquette University has a long history of volunteering, including Midnight Run and the MU Backpack Program.
Student workers balance their jobs with school and extracurriculars.

JOURNAL: Everyday Workers

Julia Abuzzahab and Hannah Hernandez April 21, 2022
Student employees at MU help ensure the university is functioning smoothly.
Real Chili is open until 3 a.m. on the weekends and 2 a.m. during the week.

JOURNAL: Marquette Traditions

Jaiden Schueller, Arts & Entertainment Stringer April 21, 2022
The long-standing traditions at this university are what make Marquette the difference.
As the weather gets warmer, students look for more outdoor activities to try.

JOURNAL: Activities to spring into

Emilee Gregory, Arts & Entertainment Stringer April 21, 2022
As we say goodbye to winter and cooler temperatures, Marquette University students may be ready to welcome spring and all the outdoor activities that come with it.
Behind the scenes of interviewing students on the challenges and experiences of being a first-generation student.

JOURNAL: First-generation students

TJ Dysart, Content Coach November 17, 2021
For many students, the idea of attending college is a concept that has become second nature. But for others, college is much more than that.
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