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Marquette Wire

Joe Daniels served as dean of the College of Business Administration. 

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Joe Daniels, dean of the College of Business, dies at 60 years old

Annie Mattea, Executive News Editor February 12, 2020
Daniels was a faculty member at Marquette since 1992 after receiving his PhD from Indiana University.

A Changing Skyline

Sydney Czyzon, Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune May 15, 2019
The Light the Hoan project, a crowdfunding campaign to illuminate the Hoan Bridge with light bulbs dedicated to people or organizations in the city, hopes to raise enough funds to light the bridge by summer 2020.

Sunshine Style

Mary Hanna, A&E Stringer May 15, 2019

A direct reflection of the sun, the color yellow is its own refreshing burst of sunshine. There is nearly neither a day nor a person that cannot be brightened by the bright hue. Especially in summertime,...

Stop to Smell the Tulips

Matthew Harte, Opinions Columnist May 15, 2019
“When my kids (attended Marquette), most of the comments they got were, ‘When is your dad planting the tulips?’ and ‘How long are the tulips gonna stay?’” Blonien says. “Then when the tulips came up, there would be a lot of online posts with people saying, ‘We’re so happy.’ That gives us a lot of pride.”

One of a Kind

Sydney Czyzon, Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune May 15, 2019
The fashion line's purpose is to be a one-stop-shop for practical ethnic fashion that reaches customers beyond cultural boundaries, student Oluwapelumi Oguntade says.

A Complete (and Crucial) Cheese Curd Guide

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter May 15, 2019
I tried some of the most popular cheese curds in the Milwaukee area and carefully evaluated each type and rated them on a 10-point scale. This information is crucial for any Marquette student looking for some quality Wisconsin cheese. 

Abodes of the Arts

Kelli Arseneau, Assistant A&E Editor March 20, 2019
At first glance, Marquette University does not seem like a hub for performing arts. There is no college of fine arts and the university is more widely known and nationally recognized for Division I basketball than for musical theater.

Fishing for a Phantom

Mackane Vogel, Executive A&E Editor March 20, 2019
I am not sure what to expect when I arrive at the Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear. I have passed the museum before, but never thought much of it.

Singing On

Tara Schumal, MUTV General Manager March 20, 2019
Liamani Segura sings at nearly half as many major events as her age.

South Side Spice

Emma Dill and Joseph Beaird March 20, 2019
Spicy food is alive and well on Milwaukee's South Side. Check out these five hot spots for a little extra heat.

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.
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