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Along with concerts, Summerfest has rides.

Music dwindles as Summerfest comes to an end

Emily Bittman, Assistant General Manager of Marquette Radio September 21, 2021
Saturday, Sept. 18 marked the final day of the three-week long 2021 Summerfest music festival in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. As clean-up begins on the Summerfest grounds, we take a deep dive into who the best performers were, important changes to the festival, and glimpse a sneak peek at what 2022 Summerfest has in store.
September is sickle cell awareness month

National Sickle Cell Awareness month

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter/Copy Editor September 21, 2021

September is National Sickle Cell Awareness Month, which was created to garner attention on the need for research and treatment of sickle cell disease. MedlinePlus, an online information service by...

Triangle Fraternity resides on the corner of 15th and Wells Street

MU Greek life turns a new leaf

Claire Driscol , Assistant News Editor September 21, 2021
Kappa Sigma and Triangle Fraternity reflect on their past suspensions
Pictured is Kesha on her Warrior tour in 2013.

Glitter, Sweat, and Tears: In Case You Missed Kesha’s Summerfest Performance

Grace Flynn, Assistant Music Director September 16, 2021
On a balmy summer night, anxious crowds impatiently waited at Summerfest for Kesha to finally arrive on stage. Though the performance began 45 minutes late, Kesha did not disappoint a packed audience of screaming fans.
Marquette university, Sept. 12 2001

9/11 through the eyes of former Marquette students

Claire Driscol, Assistant News Editor September 14, 2021
“Usually, when she landed, she’d call and just say she made it back safely. She hadn’t that night.” 
The Muslim student association works to connect students

Muslim Student Association connects interfaith students

Connor Baldwin, News Reporter September 14, 2021
The Muslim Student Association is an organization on campus that works to bring Muslim students together and connect them to students with the same faith and tradition.
Members of the Marquette community reflect on 9/11

Marquette Faculty Remember 9/11

Connor Baldwin, News Reporter September 14, 2021
Nowadays it is difficult to visualize a time before 9/11, as many students weren't conscious of the event or even born before it
Alexander rated Certified Lover Boy 8.5 out of 10 stars.

Rashad’s Records: Drake shows he’s far from done with his new album, “Certified Lover Boy”

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor September 14, 2021
Drake had a lot of time to work on his new project, "Certified Lover Boy."
Pictured above are the Jonas Brothers (left to right) Nick, Joe and Kevin performing on their 2019 Happiness Begins tour.

The Jonas Brothers’ Summerfest performance ensures fans will “Remember This”

Kimberly Cook , Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor September 10, 2021

Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas have been household names since their 2006 release of "Year 3000." While a rift led the Jonas Brothers to break up in 2013, the brothers mended their bond in 2019 and returned...

Quinn XCII provides an energetic and appreciative performance at Summerfest on Sept. 9.

‘Another Day in Paradise’ for Quinn XCII Fans at Summerfest

Randi Haseman, Arts and Entertainment Executive Editor September 10, 2021
Quinn XCII provided an energy-filled concert at Summerfest on Sept. 9.
Lovell announced that he was diagnosed with sarcoma, a form of cancer.

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President Lovell diagnosed with Sarcoma

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor September 7, 2021
Lovell has been diagnosed with sarcoma, a form of cancer that affects the bones and soft tissue
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The Return of In-person Learning

Hannah Hernandez, News Reporter September 7, 2021
With COVID-19 continuing to effects lives, Marquette's campus community members reflect on the advantages and disadvantages of returning to campus. 
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