Marquette Wire

Theaters and Truck Stops

Theaters and Truck Stops

Jenny Whidden and Claire Hyman

March 20, 2019

Though organization vary in how they fight human trafficking, addressing misconceptions and raising awareness are shared goals.

A Forgotten Legacy

A Forgotten Legacy

Clara Janzen, Projects Reporter

March 20, 2019

Joseph McCarthy, who graduated with a law degree in 1935, changed the American political sphere in ways that are still visible today.

A Chance on Love

A Chance on Love

Sydney Czyzon, Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune

March 20, 2019

Two aspiring health professionals connected shortly after their graduations in the 1980s and became encapsulated in a "whirlwind romance."

HARRINGTON: Taboos Prevent Discourse of Slavery

HARRINGTON: Taboos Prevent Discourse of Slavery

Reilly Harrington, Assistant Opinions Editor

March 20, 2019

It should be disturbing that the notion of human bondage and kidnapping could be forgotten in the national discourse. Given the unique relationship the United States has with slavery, paired with American ideals about freedom and individual liberties, the discourse surrounding modern slavery should dominate public discussion.

HARTE: Trafficking an Ugly Reality in Milwaukee

HARTE: Trafficking an Ugly Reality in Milwaukee

Matthew Harte, Opinions Columnist

March 20, 2019

While the true number of victims remains unknown, Milwaukee’s reputation as a trafficking hub is expounded through high-profile prosecutions of local pimps.

M(yo)UTubers

M(yo)UTubers

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter

March 20, 2019

Kajita started making videos in May 2012. Her channel is categorized as lifestyle, and her videos include vlogs, makeup, beauty and fashion.

Families Divided

Families Divided

Tyler Peters, Sports Reporter

March 20, 2019

Kylie Sprecher and Mary Hanson grew up following in their families' footsteps as Wisconsin fans. Now they've become Golden Eagles.

Muslim Student Association hosts vigil for New Zealand

Muslim Student Association hosts vigil for New Zealand

Annie Mattea and Donna Sarkar

March 19, 2019

The vigil began with a recitation from the Quran and included various reflections from MSA members, University President Michael Lovell and volunteers from the audience.

Navy ROTC Officer receives national honor

Navy ROTC Officer receives national honor

Bryan Geenen, News Reporter

March 19, 2019

In the Order of Merit, the ranking comes from each ROTC's students academics, physical training, and Naval aptitude.

Jonas Brothers: Still Burning Up?

Jonas Brothers: Still Burning Up?

GM Powell, Ricky Labrada, Bella Lazarski, Maggie Riley, Alex Wagner

March 6, 2019

Thursday marked the debut of the Jonas Brothers' comeback single "Sucker." Here's what our Marquette Radio staff had to say about it: Alex Wagner: “Sucker” is an amazing amalgamation of both Joe and Nick’s vocal talents. It’s incredible to see that a band can break up for basically a deca...

Top Albums This Decade (So Far)

Ricky Labrada, Assistant Music Director

February 27, 2019

Ranking albums is always a difficult task to do as no two people have the same taste on this largely subjective matter. Long gone are the days of "Dark Side of the Moon" and "Abbey Road," instead the age of singles has taken over the music world. But, to say it's all but dead would be wrong. While th...

Business students create self-care box to better mental health for others

Business students create self-care box to better mental health for others

Autumn Hirchert, News Reporter

January 29, 2019

The team, Mae Haggerty, a senior in the College of Business Administration, Issac Feil, senior in the College of Business Administration, Jonathan Constantine, a senior in the College of Health Sciences and Pan Roumeliotis, senior in the College of Arts & Sciences, got together last fall to create ConfIdence.