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Photo courtesy of Olivia Menzia.

JOURNAL: Liv a Little

Anna Houston, Marquette Radio Publicist August 25, 2022
As the snow started to melt during her last semester on campus, Olivia Menzia formed her vegan ice cream company Liv a Little.
HASEMAN: As the sun sets ...

HASEMAN: As the sun sets …

Randi Haseman, Content Coach August 25, 2022
It's a goofy feeling to miss everything before I really even have to say goodbye.
Photo courtesy of Molly McGrane.

JOURNAL: Summers at home and abroad

Skyler Chun August 25, 2022
Between summer travels, moving and starting new adventures, students are spending their summer vacations in different ways around the world — and close to home.
JOURNAL: Before time expires

JOURNAL: Before time expires

Ava Mares, Assistant Sports Editor August 25, 2022
Time runs out and we must appreciate the gold while we still have it in our grasp. This is a truth that Marquette women’s soccer midfielder Rachel Johnson knows all too well. 
Photo courtesy of Kimberly Cook.

Letter from the Editor

Kimberly Cook, Managing Editor of the Marquette Journal August 25, 2022
From all of the summers I remember, this one has definitely felt different.
Photo courtesy of Molly McGrane.

JOURNAL: Dog Days of Summer Calendar

Cait Flynn, Copy Editor August 25, 2022
If you’re not ready for summer to end quite yet, check out these five end-of-the-season events throughout the city. 
SPARK leader Elizabeth Jonas (far right) poses for a photo with her friends.

JOURNAL: Building Summer Connections

TJ Dysart, Content Coach July 20, 2022
For some students, living in the Milwaukee area for nine month is not enough, so some stay for twelve. During the summertime at Marquette, the typical trips to the classroom are replaced with trips to the Alumni Memorial Union, clinics, and other locations around Wisconsin to participate in summer work.
Maya Smarts debut novel addresses literacy in young children.

JOURNAL: Literacy’s Lifelong Legacy

Randi Haseman, Content Coach July 20, 2022
Literacy is a big deal. It has lifelong effects. People with lower literacy earn half of what their counterparts make, are more likely to report poor health and are less likely to pursue higher education which affects career opportunities.
PATEL: Eliminating Firearms is the Only Way to End Gun Violence

PATEL: Eliminating Firearms is the Only Way to End Gun Violence

Krisha Patel, Opinions Columnist July 20, 2022
Many parents would drop their kids off at Robb Elementary School like any other day on Tuesday, May 24, in the small town of Uvalde, Texas. However, for some parents, it would be the last time they saw their child alive.
Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor

Kimberly Cook, Managing Editor of the Marquette Journal July 20, 2022
Considered by some to be an abstract entity, time is an invisible force that, for human beings, is only known and realized by the tangible changes and impacts that it has on our world and in our lives.
Electronic musician and DJ Dillon Francis hypes up the Summerfest crowd on June 24, 2022.

JOURNAL: Summerfest Rewind

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Executive Opinions Editor July 20, 2022
For 54 years, Summerfest has been bringing pounding beats, buzzing atmospheres and unbridled joy to its audience. Everything from rock and pop to rap and trap, the city has been exposed to it all.
JOURNAL: Summertime Self-Discovery Guide

JOURNAL: Summertime Self-Discovery Guide

Kimberly Cook, Managing Editor of the Marquette Journal July 20, 2022
Ninety days, three months, too long or too short; there are plenty of different ways to describe the amount of time that most summers last. Especially when summer days become a bit too long and doing nothing isn't as relaxing as it used to be, it can be hard to find activities to fill the time.
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