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Taylor Swift rerelased Red (Taylors Version) Nov. 12.

REVIEW: ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ is something new but something we remember ‘All Too Well’

Kim Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor November 15, 2021
In light of the release of "Red" (Taylor's Version)," let's take a page out of Swift's book and reach into the Marquette Wire "vault" and talk with Sotomayor for her thoughts on Taylor's newest rerelease.

Gratitude Playlist: Songs For Giving Thanks

Clare Lindstrom, Music Director November 11, 2021

With Thanksgiving coming up, there's no better time to show gratitude and give thanks. These songs will remind you how much there is to be grateful for. Thank You- Led Zeppelin In My Life- The...

Ed Sheerans newest album = released on Oct. 29.

Review: Ed Sheeran’s ‘=’ reflects artist’s new experiences as husband, father

Kim Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor November 1, 2021
After the release of 2017's widely-popular and successful  "÷," the third installation of his mathematically titled albums, Sheeran returned in 2019 with "No.6 Collaborations Project."

MUR’s Ultimate Halloween Playlist

Grace Flynn, Assistant Music Director October 28, 2021

Whether you prefer hip-hop or classic rock, spooky or silly, this playlist has all of your Halloween needs covered. Thriller — Michael Jackson The Monster Mash — Bobby "Boris" Pickett, The...

Rev. Nicholas Santos was recently elected to the Marquette Board of Trustees

Former Marquette professor appointed to the Board of Trustees

Claire Driscol, Assistant News Editor October 26, 2021
Former Marquette professor and reverend, Nicholas Santos, was recently appointed to the Board of Trustees
Ben Koshick, one of the guitarists for Tigera, shreds away to raise money for the Pablove Foundation.

Rock-A-Thon: Radio Rocks for The Pablove Foundation

Clare Lindstrom, Music Director of Marquette Radio October 23, 2021

Friday Oct. 15 Marquette Radio hosted their annual Rock-A-Thon concert in Weasler Auditorium, featuring all Milwaukee-based artists. The event partnered with The Pablove Foundation, a pediatric cancer...

Richard Nwabuzor, known as Richie Buz, preformed at the event.

Black Student Council invites major talent to Open Mic Night

Jonillia Davis, Arts and Entertainment Contributing Writer October 23, 2021
It was a great opportunity to witness local talent. It's something I’ve never experienced before.
Adele released her new single Easy on Me on Friday, Oct. 15.

REVIEW: Adele previews emotionally honest album ’30’ with ‘Easy On Me’

Kim Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor October 20, 2021
"Easy On Me" dropped Oct. 15, and placed listeners back into the familiar feeling of emotional anguish and nostalgia they can't help but experience when immersed in Adele's world.
Singer-rapper Ric Wilson performs on stage at the 5th annual Beet Street Fall Festival hosted by the Cactus Club.

Beet Street Brings the Heat

Emily Bittman, Assistant General Manager of Marquette Radio October 14, 2021
Oct. 9th, 2021, marked the fifth annual Beet Street Fall Festival hosted by Bay View’s Cactus Club. The club is an entertainment venue that hosts smaller artists, comedians, and special events.
Lead guitarist, Christopher Vanderkooy, shreds his guitar during a performance back in 2018.

Peach Pit Returns With New Single “Up Granville”

Grace Flynn, Assistant Music Director October 6, 2021

Vancouver indie rock band Peach Pit returns with a new single and music video “Up Granville.” This is the band’s first release since last October when they released the deluxe version of their sophomore...

Sean Kingston preformed at Varsity Theatre on Oct. 2.

Review: Sean Kingston headlines MU Homecoming Concert

Kim Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor October 5, 2021
While the free tickets for the concert sold out before the event took place, the show struggled to fill the seats of Varsity Theatre, barely making it to half-capacity. But you never would have known it with how loud and excited the audience was. 
A recent law school poll indicates mixed opinions on the Supreme court

Recent Law School poll finds partisan divides on Supreme Court job performance, COVID-19, Afghanistan and election results

Claire Driscol , Assistant News Editor October 5, 2021
A recent Marquette Law School poll found a mixed set of views on topics ranging from Supreme Court job performances, withdrawal from Afghanistan, COVID-19 policies and election results. 
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