The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

Flag in remembrance of Missing Murdered Indigenous Women, who largely receive less media attention than white women. Photo via Flickr

PATEL: Missing people of color deserve equal attention

Krisha Patel, Opinions Columnist April 26, 2022
As a society we need to advocate for missing people of color.
Relationships need more than love. Photo via Flickr

CADY: Meaningful relationships need more than love

Grace Cady, Opinions Columnist April 26, 2022
The narrative that love conquers all, love is all that matters and love is enough on its own is one I have come to disagree with.
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.
Graphic by Alexandra Garner

NIEZGODA: Fast fashion going out of style

Laura Niezgoda, Opinions Columnist April 19, 2022
Personal style can no longer be dictated by trends or cycles. Instead, fashion must abide by ethics and the fair treatment of the Earth and its people. 
Being the difference on and off campus requires students and the administration to make changes.

EDITORIAL: Information, presence necessary to ‘be the difference’

April 19, 2022
Information on campus needs to be easily accessible to foster a participative environment for students.
There are some projections that estimate half of all cars on the road will be electric. Photo via Flickr

PATEL: Electric vehicles rise to majority use

Krisha Patel, Opinions Columnist April 19, 2022
In 2022, electric cars were a luxury. Now, they are the standard.
Some world leaders pledged to end deforestation by 2030. Photo via Flickr

CADY: Walking through a greener world

Grace Cady, Opinions Columnist April 19, 2022
In choosing to combat deforestation, we have chosen a better life for animals, plants, humans and all other living things between.
The Commons offers vegetarian and vegan options for students.

EDITORIAL: Support student well-being, revitalize food access

April 12, 2022
“Food is a central part of college life. Making sure students are happy with their options while at Marquette is essential to supporting their health, well-being and academic success.”
The draft is inactive in the United States, but 18-year-old young men have to register. Photo via Flickr

PATEL: Abolish military draft, strive for gender equality

Krisha Patel , Opinions Columnist April 12, 2022
It’s time to end—not expand—the selective service system.
Journaling can be a way to practice self-care. Photo courtesy of Grace Cady.

CADY: Self-care through a different lens

Grace Cady, Opinions Columnist April 12, 2022
Self-care is more than face masks and bubble baths; It’s taking care of your mind, body and soul.
Real Chili is a local restaurant on Wells Street.

NIEZGODA: Marquette needs more Milwaukee heart

Laura Niezgoda, Opinions Columnist April 12, 2022
While Marquette has made efforts to incorporate Milwaukee culture into campus life, there is more to be done.
A covered bus stop was previously at the corner of 16th Street and Wisconsin Avenue, where the new College of Business Administration building construction site is today.

EDITORIAL: It’s time to listen

April 5, 2022
In order to address the increase of crime on campus, Marquette must listen to community members to develop successful, long-term solutions.
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