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Bug found in Schroder Dining Hall salad.

Courtesy of Kelly Gill.

Students find bugs in Schroeder dining hall food

Sophia Tiedge , Executive News Editor November 7, 2023

Emily Ellingson, a first year in the College of Health Sciences, said she usually goes to Schroeder every Wednesday. On Oct. 25, she said she ordered her usual: a chicken Caesar salad. "I was socializing...

Evans Scholars learn life lessons from their experience caddying.

Photo Courtesy of Riley Heydenburg.

Caddying teaches Evans Scholars how to “keep showing up”

Sophia Tiedge , Executive News Editor November 7, 2023

Chick Evans, an amateur golfer, requested in 1929 that the Western Golf Association donate his funds to create a full ride scholarship for caddies. Today, the WGA has Evans Scholarships available at...

Marquette doesnt have an official statement on AI, but theyve issued a few suggestions.

How AI is being used in the Marquette Community

Bridget Lisle , News reporter November 7, 2023

Recent developments in artificial intelligence are causing debates worldwide about how society will deal with these new systems. Many institutions are creating policies regarding how this new technology...

Camp Kesem takes place one week in June.

Kesem hosts pumpkin smash event to fundraise for summer camp

Ruby Mulvaney , News Reporter November 7, 2023

The Marquette Kesem chapter creates magic on and off the Marquette campus. The Kesem club, meaning “magic” in Hebrew, is an organization that offers support for children whose parents suffer from cancer....

Melanie Vianes demonstrates how to prepare the Tamales in front of the Ofrenda.

Innovation Kitchen hosts tamale making event

Olivia Stanley , News Multimedia Journalist November 7, 2023

Día de los Muertos translates to “Day of the Dead,” and is celebrated as a time to remember deceased loved ones. The celebration runs from Nov. 1 to Nov. 2. Despite originating in Mexico, it is celebrated...

Valentine addressing students in AIM room, where he also runs the program.

From Wall Street to academia

Uzair Qhavi, Assistant News Editor November 7, 2023
He began as an equity research analyst in 1992 working at a few firms early in his career. Valentine now runs the Applied Investment Management (AIM) program at Marquette along with Jospeh Wall, Executive Director of the AIM Program and Director of Applied Disruptive Technologies Initiative at Marquette. 
Civic dialogue hosts Rick Perlstein to discuss his book on conservatism.

Civic Dialogues: Rick Perlstein on conservatism

Trinity Zapotocky, Assistant News Editor November 7, 2023

Marquette Civic Dialogues hosted Rick Perlstein, New York Times bestselling author, last week to talk about his three theses on conservatism. Perlstein is not new to Wisconsin, as he was born and raised...

Photo by Keifer Russell

JOURNAL: Take Me To The Lakes

Sophia Tiedge, Executive News Editor November 4, 2023

To some, Milwaukee is the “gathering place by the waters.” A place where the Native American nations of Potawatomi, Ojibwe, Odawa have all, at one time or another, called home. Bryan Rindfleisch,...

JOURNAL: What’s Your North Star?

Uzair Qhavi, Assistant News Editor November 4, 2023

Amidst the bustling chaos of our modern world, individuals from various walks of life seek refuge and solace in elements of nature. Anas Alzamli, a junior in the College of Engineering, reflects on two...

Photo via Meaghan and Tyler OBrien

JOURNAL: Imagine If We Never Met

Trinity Zapotocky, Assistant News Editor November 4, 2023

In 2016, two Marquette alums walked into the Church of the Gesu to tie the knot and say "I do." Years later, they took a trip down memory lane to reminisce on how their story began in 2011 at Marquette. "You...

Marquette Hosts first ever Take Back the Night event

Olivia Stanley , News Multimedia Journalist October 31, 2023

Take Back the Night started as a movement to fight for women’s safety, but has evolved into an international organization that strives to end sexual violence for all genders. The Center for Student Wellness...

Backpack Program collection box for the October food drive.

Backpack Program to begin hosting monthly food drives

Mia Thurow October 31, 2023

This past spring, COVID-19 SNAP benefits expired across the country, impacting local provider organizations such as Feeding America of Eastern Wisconsin. This expiration meant cuts of the additional money...

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