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

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NIEZGODA: Best of fall novels, storylines that characterize the season

Laura Niezgoda, Assistant Opinions Editor November 8, 2022
The way I think about novels is almost the exact way I think about the weather.
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CADY: Best of fall drinks, sip your heart away

Grace Cady, Executive Opinions Columnist November 8, 2022
Sip your way through the season with a fun beverage, because how was there ever fall before there were the iconic drinks that go along with it?
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PATEL: Best of fall destinations, Wisconsin classics and their trademarks

Krisha Patel, Opinions Columnist November 8, 2022
After living in Milwaukee for four years, I have discovered that there is a lot to do in the city. And beyond the city itself, there is so much more to do in the state of Wisconsin.
Marquette University Counseling Center.

Editorial: Mental health resources on campus

Grace Cady, Executive Opinions Editor November 8, 2022
College presents students with trials and tribulations they have likely not experienced before — the pressures of establishing a sound social life, possibly moving away from home for extended periods of time and high stakes when it comes to schoolwork. 
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BURGESS: Best of fall fashion, what’s trending?

Trinity Burgess, Opinions Columnist November 8, 2022
As it starts to get colder, it’s time for a wardrobe change.
The Oriental Theatre in Milwaukee.

LYONS: Best of fall film, dark academia and cozy comforts

Kirsten Lyons, Opinions Columnist November 8, 2022
Cozying up with a warm drink, comfy blanket and maybe an animal companion or two while watching a perfectly autumnal show or movie, nothing can quite beat it.

Letter to the Editor: A Jewel in Need of Polishing

November 7, 2022

In 1968, then Mayor Henry Maier described the Milwaukee River as “an almost dead artery.” The next year, in Cleveland, the Cuyahoga River, fouled by industrial pollution, caught fire.  In the nation’s...

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NIEZGODA: Signs were there, Waukesha parade trials and tribulations

Laura Niezgoda, Assistant Opinions Editor November 1, 2022
Justice was uplifted by our judicial system as Darrell E. Brooks was sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison, but it failed to uphold the severity of domestic and intimate partner violence charges.
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BURGESS: Wisconsin voters must act

Trinity Burgess, Opinions Columnist November 1, 2022
It’s time for Wisconsin voters to stand up and vote.
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LYONS: ‘Land Back’ makes moves on ancestral land

Kirsten Lyons, Opinions Columnist November 1, 2022
Indigenous peoples have the right to say what can and cannot be done with their ancestral land.
Editorial: Be the difference, cast a vote

Editorial: Be the difference, cast a vote

Grace Cady, Executive Opinions Editor November 1, 2022
There is a world beyond Marquette University, and to make a difference in it, the university can empower students to cast a vote and make a change.

Letter to the Editor: ‘Staying the course’ was not an option

October 26, 2022

By the time these words are published, ten students of color will have been charged with probation, suspension, $300 fines or some combination thereof for protesting convocation over the treatment of their...

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