Marquette Wire

Men’s soccer redshirts provide needed boost

David Peltz

August 30, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

The Marquette men’s soccer team finished its preseason with a 4-2 win over Kentucky Friday afternoon at Valley Fields. The win earned the Golden Eagles an undefeated preseason after a draw against Valparaiso and an overtime...

Dear Diary: remembering the 2008-’09 year

Roger Lopez

April 30, 2009

Filed under Featured, News

SeptemberOn the early morning of Sept. 13, 2008, then-Marquette student Jessica Cody was taken into custody by the Milwaukee Police Department for stabbing two others at a Water Street bar. Cody stabbed Katlynn Dallman...

Festivals

Kevin Mueller

April 30, 2009

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Phew, another spring semester is almost over. That means no more books, group projects or roommates (that's unless you're enrolled summer school, but that's your own fault). More time to kick back, re...

Have a perfect GPA? You must be gorgeous

Drew Keyes

April 30, 2009

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University of Miami released findings from new study on role personal characteristics play in the class room.Good looks have a positive effect on GPA.Grooming and personal traits have even bigger effects on GPA.Study intended to find roots of...

Concerts

Molly Gamble

April 30, 2009

Filed under Featured, Marquee

Whether indoors or outdoors, Milwaukee is offering some impressive concerts this summer. Both the likes of legends like Bob Dylan and breaking singer/songwriter Lykke Li will be coming to town, and one venue is even ho...

Injunction filed against schools

Kaellen Hessel

April 30, 2009

Filed under Featured, News

An injunction has been filed against two high schools in the School District of Elmbrook for holding graduation at a local church.The Americans United for Separation of Church and State argues that holding a public school grad...

Other summer attractions

john.marston@marquette.edu

April 30, 2009

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It might be hard to believe now, but without tests and papers to work on over the summer, boredom can set in. Sometimes the best cure involves doing something out of the ordinary. Here are a few of ways of combating su...

VIEWPOINT: Be wary of ‘green’ claims

Patrick Mulshine

April 30, 2009

Filed under Featured, Viewpoints

Apparently green is in. Companies and agencies of all sorts are launching new 'green' initiatives in an effort to conserve energy and preserve the environment. The young generations of our country are being inundated wi...

Summer movie preview

rincey.abraham@marquette.edu

April 30, 2009

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When the summer heat gets to be too much to handle, there is no better way to cool down than a couple of hours inside an air conditioned movie theater. And Hollywood knows this too, pulling out their biggest and brightest st...

Nieman lecturer addresses the ‘crisis’ in modern journalism

alexis.stoxen@marquette.edu

April 30, 2009

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"Massive, unbelievably huge, off the charts, mind blowing, gargantuan, colossal." Those were the words Robert McChesney used to describe the governmental stimulus he said is needed to address the "crisis" in American journalism....

Theatres

Becky Simo

April 30, 2009

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The summer isn't just about lounging around the beach for some people. If you're looking for something more culturally enriching, there are plenty of options in the Milwaukee area to fulfill your artsy side. Milwaukee BalletBeam me up...

BULLOCK: ‘Big Three’ await next step

Nick Bullock

April 30, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

Man it must suck to be a talented college basketball player during finals week.It's bad enough that Marquette students don't have a "dead week" to prepare for that hellish stretch of exams, but seniors Jere...