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Summer update: Men’s lacrosse sends two to pros, Haak joins volleyball

Summer update: Men’s lacrosse sends two to pros, Haak joins volleyball

Andrew Goldstein, Sports Content Executive
May 31, 2017
Filed under Men's Basketball, Men's Lacrosse, Sports, Volleyball, Wire Featured, Women's Soccer

Ryan McNamara, Andy DeMichiei go pro There aren’t many programs that have more professional alumni than total seasons. Sunday afternoon, Marquette lacrosse became one of them. Attackman Ryan McNamara and midfielder Andy DeMichiei were both taken in the Major League Lacrosse draft. McNamara was sel...

Alumna stars in “My Fair Lady”

Kaitlin Majeski, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor
May 4, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Since graduating from the theater department in 1965, Helen Carey worked with various theater companies in the U.S. and spent time abroad with her husband and two daughters. Today, she lives in Washington, D.C. but is preparing for three weeks of performing her role in “My Fair Lady” at the Lyric...

Pure Dance celebrates 10 years

Pure Dance celebrates 10 years

Kelsey McCarthy, A&E Reporter
May 2, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Wire Featured

"Being able to continue dancing in college (is) probably my favorite part," O'Malley said. "We're like a family, so it's really fun."

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JOURNAL: When fall sports end

JOURNAL: When fall sports end

Grant Becker, Assistant Sports Editor
April 10, 2017
Filed under Journal, Men's Soccer, Sports, Volleyball, Women's Soccer

The student athlete lifestyle at Marquette is rigorous, constant and rewarding. With few days off and a brutal BIG EAST travel schedule, student athletes' experiences are an extreme departure from typical student life. “It feels like 20 hours a week including film and practice sessions," women's...

Recruiting: Wojo schedules visits with Baker, Hauser and offers Johnson

Recruiting: Wojo schedules visits with Baker, Hauser and offers Johnson

John Steppe, Wire Sports Reporter
April 7, 2017
Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

Marquette is not dwelling on the recent commitment of Greg Elliott, scheduling multiple at-home visits and offering Pittsburgh transfer Cam Johnson days after Elliott’s decision. Per Scout’s Evan Daniels, Steve Wojciechowski visited 2018 power forward Joey Hauser yesterday. The Stevens Point, W...

Impersonator resurrects comedy legend

Impersonator resurrects comedy legend

Rachel Kubik, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor
April 4, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Writer and performer Frank Ferrante brought together all aspects of Groucho's personality, taken from films and TV shows, and created one hilarious spectacle called “An Evening with Groucho,” that impressed me beyond belief.

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EDITORIAL: MUSG leadership has real power; student voting essential

EDITORIAL: MUSG leadership has real power; student voting essential

March 28, 2017
Filed under Editorials, Opinions, Wire Featured

The Marquette Wire Editorial Board has stressed several times the importance of students making their voices heard by being informed and active voters. We have highlighted that voting is a duty that comes more than just once every four Novembers. Fellow Marquette students, Election Day is this Thurs...

MUBB recruits react to first NCAA bid since 2013

MUBB recruits react to first NCAA bid since 2013

John Steppe, Wire Sports Reporter
March 21, 2017
Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

As Marquette gathered on Selection Sunday to learn its NCAA fate at the Union Sports Annex, another important group of people watched closely, but under significantly different circumstances. That group wasn’t donning team-issued Jordan gear or awaiting in a packed sports restaurant. There weren’t...

Milwaukee streetcar plans do not include Marquette University

Milwaukee streetcar plans do not include Marquette University

Madison Marx, News Reporter
March 7, 2017
Filed under News

Construction of the Milwaukee Streetcar is expected to begin in April, but Marquette is not included in the initial phase of the project. The streetcar’s 2.5-mile route will include the downtown area and a loop around the lakefront, including major Milwaukee events, like Summerfest, along Streetcar...

UNGER: Seton Hall poses an intriguing litmus test for MUBB

UNGER: Seton Hall poses an intriguing litmus test for MUBB

Matt Unger, Assistant Sports Editor
March 7, 2017
Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

While Marquette men's basketball appears to have locked a spot in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2013, the Golden Eagles still have at least one more contest to boost their tournament resume before Selection Sunday rolls around. Marquette is set to take on Seton Hall Thursday afternoon...

ELLIOT-MEISEL: Remembering Foley’s courage essential now

ELLIOT-MEISEL: Remembering Foley’s courage essential now

Amy Elliot-Meisel, Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune
February 28, 2017
Filed under Opinions

At some point in the past two and a half years, we forgot how it felt to turn on the TV and see the images of Marquette graduate and journalist James Foley on his knees, moments before ISIS executed him in 2014. The Marquette community packed Gesu to remember the heroic alumnus. As a campus and...

James Foley remembered on national stage during 2017 Oscars

James Foley remembered on national stage during 2017 Oscars

McKenna Oxenden, Executive News Editor
February 27, 2017
Filed under featured, Metro & Politics, News, Social Justice, Wire Featured

Slain Marquette alumnus James Foley was honored by Sting during the Oscars Sunday night. The singer sang his Oscar-nominated song, "The Empty Chair," from the documentary "Jim: The James Foley Story." The song lost the Oscar for best original song to "La La Land" and its song "City of Stars." Thomas...