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Marquette sophomore Molly Sullivan works at an outdoor theater in McHenry, IL during the summer of 2020.

Students Continue to Work

Matthew Choate , News Reporter August 24, 2020
Often staying in crowded locations and without resources for sanitation and protection, the homeless are at a great risk during the COVID-19 crisis.
A revised schedule has allowed MLB teams, like the Milwaukee Brewers, to play games at their home stadiums.

What’s Summer without Baseball?

Matt Yeazel, Sports Reporter August 24, 2020
As the season geared up, positive cases postpone many games, including the Brewers entire home-opening series at Miller Park due to multiple St. Louis Cardinals players testing positive.
Graphic via Economic Policy Institute.

BEG: Wear a mask

Essential workers sacrifice their lives to keep us alive, so we must do the work necessary to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Aminah Beg, Assistant Opinions Editor August 24, 2020
This is a time where Americans must recognize their privilege. While this country’s COVID cases surpass 4 million, we must begin to question what it is we are doing wrong.
The 2021 National Marquette Day men's basketball game will be held March 6 at the Fiserv Forum.

Bucks’ Big Year

Zoe Comerford, Executive Sports Editor August 24, 2020
Prior to the suspension of the season, the Bucks were cruising. Milwaukee holds a league-best 54-12 record, was 28-3 at home, and is poised to be a No. 1 seed in the playoffs, which means they will host a majority of the postseason.
All athletic facilities, including Valley Fields, are closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Recruits to Campus

Nick Galle, Assistant Sports Editor August 24, 2020

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Marquette athletic programs are searching for new and innovative ways to train and build team chemistry. This reigns especially true for incoming athletes, planning to spending...

Milwaukee businesses have made changes to uphold health safety.

GARNER: We must support local Milwaukee businesses

Alexandra Garner, Executive Opinions Editor August 24, 2020
Amid the pandemic, we must find better ways to support local businesses and build the Milwaukee community.
Close to Home

Close to Home

Alex Garner, Executive Opinions Editor April 22, 2020

Peering outside the plane’s window, a blue mass moves slowly beneath me. Below me, it is immense and wide, reaching before and behind me. I squint, wanting to see the details of its surface. Small waves...

Cost of Being a College Athlete

Tyler Peters, Assistant Sports Editor April 22, 2020

A law that allows athletes to profit off their name, image and likeness passes in California on Sept. 30, 2019. It's a law that gives athletes the ability to benefit from their athletic status but "makes...

The Great Debate

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter April 22, 2020

YES OR NO TO PANTSUITS? Zoe Marmitt, a junior in the College of Engineering, says yes to pantsuits. She sees it as a very professional look and as a matter of gender equality. “I feel like men...

Finding Hope and Mentorship in Times of Need

Lelah Byron, Investigative Reporter April 22, 2020

Students, higher education professionals and community members gathered at Alverno College for a summit to discuss underrepresentation on college campuses Feb. 21. The summit, Advancing Equity in Our Colleges...

Diagnosing the System

Matthew Martinez, Assistant Projects Editor April 22, 2020

In 2020, health care weighs heavy on the minds of Americans. During a global outbreak that's seen governors 'competing' for medical supplies and marginalized communities particularly affected, the conversation...

Power of One

Power of One

Zoe Comerford, Executive Sports Editor April 22, 2020

The power of one. It's the slogan BIG EAST commissioner Val Ackerman remembers when she considers hiring more females in the sports industry. “Diversification is a point of emphasis across the...

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