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Perfect Fit

Perfect Fit

Zoe Comerford, Assistant Sports Editor

October 22, 2018

It's not hard to start off on the right foot when your kicks are painted with the Marquette rainbow.

“Like It Was Easy.”

“Like It Was Easy.”

Morgan Hughes, Executive Projects Editor

October 22, 2018

“I think I’m having a mental breakdown,” I sob into the receiver of my cell phone. It is the morning after my fifth consecutive night without sleep. The sun is rising and normally the soft, dry light would embolden me. But today, I am only exhausted. I can do nothing else but cry and curl into myself and beg the universe for the simple comfort of rest.

The Weight of Waiting

The Weight of Waiting

Matthew Martinez, Assistant Projects Editor

October 22, 2018

“I think a lot of people think that going to counseling means 'I’m crazy,' which is just not true,” Jenkins says. “People come in for anxiety, anxiety about school, anxiety about financial issues, mood issues, stuff that affects us all. Issues after a breakup, when we lose somebody, when we struggle with our direction in our career. These are all very normal things.”

Stories from former teammates, high school coach show different side of Wade

Stories from former teammates, high school coach show different side of Wade

John Steppe, Assistant Sports Editor

May 9, 2018

Almost exactly 15 years ago, Dwyane Wade did something no player in more than two decades did: lead Marquette men’s basketball to a Final Four. “You should address him as Mr. Wade after everything that he did here,” former head coach Tom Crean joked prior to last year’s 100-year anniversary...

Coaches talk about culture all the time, but what is it?

Coaches talk about culture all the time, but what is it?

Andrew Goldstein, Sports Content Executive

May 8, 2018

At that moment, Amplo was faced with a choice. The team’s BIG EAST opener against Georgetown was the following day, and conventional coaching wisdom is to keep team morale high, which would mean letting the transgression slide. Amplo opted for the opposite approach, tearing into his team for their lack of discipline. “I took it as an opportunity to really hold them accountable and point it out,” Amplo said.

McCormick Stories

McCormick Stories

Larson Seaver, Executive News Producer

May 7, 2018

McCormick Hall will say goodbye to its last residents at the end of the week; students shared their memories of living in the beer can. For many, the dorm represented a new start and the beginning of their career. In our series, "McCormick Stories," we heard from successful alumni that all started their time at McCormick Hall.

Louder Than Words: How Art Serves As A Form Of Activism

Louder Than Words: How Art Serves As A Form Of Activism

Noelle Douglass, Assistant A&E Editor

May 7, 2018

The ability of art to inspire activism and understanding is seen in the stories of many different artists and social advocates

Sodexo Sprint Challenge

Sodexo Sprint Challenge

Matthew Martinez

May 7, 2018

It all began winter of 2017. Some friends and I were trying to determine if it would even be possible to eat at all eight meal swipe options in one day.

Gender fluidity

Gender fluidity

Dan O'Keefe, Arts & Entertainment Reporter

May 7, 2018

Sam is a freshman in the College of Communication. Sam isn't male or female. Sam is gender fluid.

MUR Summer Playlist

MUR Summer Playlist

May 7, 2018

Looking for something new to listen to? Follow Marquette Radio on Spotify for new curated playlists from every corner of the music world! Check out these playlists featuring guests from our New Music Monday program, crazy covers of your favorite pop songs, and warm weather jams for your Summer soundtrack! Summer Soundtr...

Dear Sally

May 7, 2018

My boyfriend and I live in different states, and I'm worried about a long distance relationship. How can we make this work? Find someone in your hometown who looks as close as possible to your boyfriend. Then, replace him. — Reilly Harrington Monogamy is a lie built by the patriarchy. ...

I am First: A Poem By A First Generation Student

I am First: A Poem By A First Generation Student

Natallie St. Onge, News Reporter

May 7, 2018

I am first. First to rise with the sun, Peeking through my curtains, Encouraging, cheering behind the buildings, To get up and begin to get things done. I am first. First to smell the coffee brewing and the pastries warming, Sweet treats that inspire the energy to kick in and start...