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A Conversation with James Stapleton of An American Tale

James Stapleton, solo artist known as An American Tale, will be releasing his self-titled album on September 18, 2020. This is the artwork for his single
July 30, 2020

Last week, I had the pleasure of chatting with local Milwaukee solo artist James Stapleton, the face of An American Tale. We talked about his upcoming record drop, singles to be released, Buddhism, and...

HARTE: From start to finish with the Wire

Matthew Harte attends a 
Wire staff meeting with 
his sister and then-Marquette Journal editor, Stephanie Harte.
May 8, 2020
I loved the fast-paced nature of the newsroom, and the many friendly faces who helped me develop as a reporter.

MARTINEZ: Writing the next line

Matthew Martinez editing Marquette Journal stories on his last production day in Spring 2020.
May 8, 2020
Looking back, the Wire was the backdrop for the strangest, most wondrous, best years of my life.

Title IX investigations transition online, await new federal guidelines

If published, proposed rules by the Department of Education would require universities like Marquette to change their Title IX policies and procedures. Graphic by Sydney Czyzon.
April 29, 2020
In their transition to remote operations, Title IX offices are facing a lack of guidance from the Department of Education and unique misconduct issues prompted by COVID-19. The offices are also expecting new federal guidelines on the investigative process.

Pandemic creates financial fallout, operation changes

Graphic by Matthew Harte
April 29, 2020
The higher education system is currently experiencing the economic shockwaves of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Prospective students ‘hope for the best’ in fall

Vivien Ulrich (right) says Marquette is the first and only school she applied to. Photo courtesy of Vivien Ulrich.
Marquette Office of Admissions provides virtual guidance
April 29, 2020
High school seniors are facing extremely difficult decisions when it comes to post-graduation, Mark Porcaro, college counseling department chair at Loyola Academy said.

Shut down: How Marquette’s campus closed

Graphic by Matthew Martinez
April 29, 2020
The university's closure, a reflection of a national trend among higher education institutions, was unprecedented; here’s how Marquette administrators arrived at the decision.

Marquette alum, doctor volunteers in New York City

Matthew Hayes (far right) discusses his experience at Harlem Hospital Center. Photo courtesy of Matthew Hayes.
April 29, 2020
"The American health care system is one that moves very slowly and, in my opinion, was ill-equipped to deal with this outbreak."

Finding Hope and Mentorship in Times of Need

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

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...

A Shot in the Dark: The Conversation around Gun Violence

April 22, 2020

From the Milwaukee Courthouse to Red Arrow Park, Linnea Stanton marches with over 8,000 people. The crowd is young, mostly students who have taken to the streets in opposition to gun violence. It's March...


April 22, 2020

"We really wanted to stay," Morgan Schnabl says. "We loved that location ... but after about two months, we realized 'Dang. Well, it's not really an option.'" Schnabl is the owner of Milwaukee restaurant...

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