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West Side Partners aim to break Marquette bubble

West Side Partners aim to break Marquette bubble

Beck Andrew Salgado, News Reporter

September 17, 2019

In 2014, the Near West Side Partners, a non-profit organization, was founded through the support of five anchor institutions: Aurora Health Care, Harley-Davidson, Marquette University, MillerCoors and Potawatomi Business Development Corporation. Since then, Marquette has made it a mission to contribute positively to the community by hosting a series of events on and around Marquette’s campus in September, according to the Center for Peacemaking's website.

Wire Sports Weekly – Sept. 16

Wire Sports Weekly – Sept. 16

Dan Avington, Sports Audio Producer

September 16, 2019

Dan Avington and Zoe Comerford break down Marquette women's volleyball after a big weekend at the Redbird Classic....

MUSG fall election results released today

MUSG fall election results released today

Jack Aler, News Reporter

September 11, 2019

At 12 p.m. today, Marquette University Student Government hosted its fall elections press conference in Alumni Memorial Union 133 to announce the winners.

Wire Sports Weekly – Sept. 11

Wire Sports Weekly – Sept. 11

Dan Avington, Sports Audio Producer

September 11, 2019

 Dan Avington and Daniel Macias discuss Marquette men's soccer on the first podcast of the academic year....

McCormick Hall to be demolished by end of year

McCormick Hall to be demolished by end of year

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor

August 27, 2019

A wrecking ball began destroying the upper six floors of McCormick Hall last month, but the building will not be fully demolished until the end of the year.

Work to Be Done

Work to Be Done

Aminah Beg, Opinions Columnist

May 15, 2019

My biggest fear entering college was not the difficulty level of the courses, the strict deadlines from professors or even the hardships of making friends. My biggest fear was stepping into my freshman dorm room and seeing a Make America Great Again flag plastered on the wall across from my bed. Alt...

Not Alone

Maya Korenich, Executive Opinions Editor

May 15, 2019

When I first confront the subject of suicide, I am in elementary school, and too young to really grasp what it means. All I know is my uncle is dead. I can’t perfectly remember the day in question, but I know I don’t understand the reality of what happened and think it’s like when grandparen...

Home is Where the Heart Is

Zoe Comerford, Assistant Sports Editor

May 15, 2019

A classmate once asked me, “Who are you always on the phone with?” My response is simple: my parents. There’s not a day that goes by when I don’t talk to them at least twice. Whether it’s when I’m walking to class, after I receive exciting news or just when I’m in my room studying, I talk to t...

A Plight of Pollinators

Alex Garner, News Reporter

May 15, 2019

Emma Schmierer, a freshman in the College of Arts & Sciences and president-elect of the MU Pollinators, says the club is working on building its organization by gaining members and engaging Marquette students. 

After 11 year absence, Billy Joel returns to Milwaukee

After 11 year absence, Billy Joel returns to Milwaukee

Alex Wagner, Assistant Music Director

May 5, 2019

Imagine it is 1980; the Rubik's cube makes its debut in London, The Empire Strikes Back is released in the United States, Ronald Reagan is elected President, and Billy Joel's Glass Houses album reaches #1 in the United States. Glass Houses contain's one of Joel's most eclectic songs: "It's Still Rock an...

Anti-abortion organization draws crowd in front of Raynor Library

Anti-abortion organization draws crowd in front of Raynor Library

Bryan Geenen, News Reporter

April 26, 2019

Marquette University is one of five colleges in Wisconsin Created Equal is visiting. The organization will also be visiting University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee Area Technical College and Madison Area Technical College.

‘Social Cues’ by Cage The Elephant is the Garage Pop Album of the Summer

‘Social Cues’ by Cage The Elephant is the Garage Pop Album of the Summer

Isabella Lazarski, Radio Music Director

April 25, 2019

Grammy award-winning group Cage The Elephant released their latest album, “Social Cues” April 19. “Social Cues” is packed with emotional rock 'n' roll and coming-of-age sensations. Frontman Matt Schultz uses his latest album to address the turmoil in his life. After going through an unfortun...