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In with the old

Paul Snyder
October 19, 2004
Filed under Marquee

Old 97's lead guitarist Ken Bethea didn't exactly have the best introduction to the Brew City."Milwaukee? I'll tell you a story about Milwaukee," Bethea said. "The only time we've ever played a gig and had the bar just stiff us, not give us any money and as...

Young ruggers overtake veteran alums

Jeremy Medina
September 7, 2004
Filed under Sports

The Marquette men's club rugby team won more than just its first match of the season on Sunday against the Marquette alumni team — they won bragging rights. The Golden Eagles came out on top, 17-5, in the annual kickoff game against the alumni, which is intended for current Marq...

Serving up Sciortino’s

Lydia Cox
April 22, 2004
Filed under Marquee

It's three o'clock in the morning and Brady Street is dead. Restaurants and stores have been quiet for several hours. The bars have closed their doors for the evening. Nighttime tranquility has taken over.Almost.On the corner of Brady and Humboldt, one establishment is busy at work, frantical...

Wind holds team back

nicholas.williams@marquette.edu
April 20, 2004
Filed under Sports

Of the three other major Division I school's in Wisconsin, the Marquette women's soccer team has faced them all — but not necessarily in one day. Sunday, the Golden Eagles faced in-state rivals UW-Madison and UW-Green Bay and intra-city rival UW-Milwaukee in three consecutive game...

Wind holds team back

nicholas.williams@marquette.edu
April 20, 2004
Filed under Sports

Of the three other major Division I school's in Wisconsin, the Marquette women's soccer team has faced them all — but not necessarily in one day. Sunday, the Golden Eagles faced in-state rivals UW-Madison and UW-Green Bay and intra-city rival UW-Milwaukee in three consecutive game...

Winstons find musical refuge in living rooms

April 15, 2004
Filed under Marquee

By Matthew T. Olson The husband and wife, who together are the Winstons, bring 20 years of marriage, two guitars and a love for getting out and performing music to each of their shows, no matter where that show may be."I've gotten to see parts of the country I wouldn't...

Life on the John

John Heiderscheidt
April 1, 2004
Filed under Sports

Do you remember your preschool toys? I do. I still can't figure out how some of them work. There is one that still really vexes me. The stupid one where you have to fit the right shapes in the right slots.Call me stubborn, or stupid or even crazy, but sometimes I want the square peg to fi...

Brady brew house encourages study

faiza.yunus@marquette.edu
February 26, 2004
Filed under Marquee

With midterms just around the corner, studying will be running rampant on many students' minds. One thing that students definitely shouldn't be stressed about, but often are, is where they are going to get their mountains of studying done. Well rest assured — a tiny coffee sh...

Inside the Tour

Vedran Agovic
February 17, 2004
Filed under Sports

The PGA Tour received a jolt of exhilaration Sunday when a three-man playoff was required to end the drama. The Buick Open, which was held at Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Jolla, Calif., simply enlightened the golf faithful of how the game itself can be beyond description. John Daly played a ...

‘Street’ can’t make name for itself

christine.shulusky@marquette.edu
January 29, 2004
Filed under Uncategorized

Over the last 15 years Electronic Arts has made itself the name in sports video games, mostly through the sheer dominance and near-authentic perfection of the "Madden NFL" series. But the company can also let its hair down — make that up — with its "EA Big" series of games&...

News Briefs

December 2, 2003
Filed under News

Piekarski pleads not guiltyPiekarski is scheduled to appear in court again Dec. 15.Insurgents may be coordinatedBAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -– The Iraqi insurgency in Baghdad appears to have a central leadership that finances attacks in the capital and gives broad orders to eight to 12 rebel bands ...

Eagles sink Dead River rivals

nick.matkovich@marquette.edu
December 2, 2003
Filed under Sports, Women's Basketball

The women's basketball team brought life and a regular season mark of 2-0 to the Dead River Company Classic this past weekend. At the end of the tournament, the team left with a first-place finish and a tie for the best start in school history. The tournament brought together the Golden Eagles, Oakland,...