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Marquette Wire

All content by Matthew Serafin
A Marquette student celebrates a past National Marquette Day

[Photo] University confirms National Marquette day for Mar. 6

Claire Driscol, News Reporter
February 9, 2021
Clubs recruit prospective members with the help of email lists.

[Photo] O-Fest offers diverse involvement

Grace Schneider, Arts & Entertainment Assistant Editor
August 27, 2019
Marquettes Duane Wilson goes up for a layup against Wisconsin in 2015. The Golden Eagles beat the Badgers 57-55.

[Photo] The top five moments in Marquette-Madison history

Sammi Alexander, Sports Staff Writer
December 5, 2017
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[Photo] It’s Not What You Wear

Aly Prouty, Executive Arts & Entertainment Editor
November 29, 2017
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[Photo] Same Names, Different Paths

Caroline White, News Reporter
November 29, 2017
Nattie takes a quick sniff around on her walk.

[Photo] Nattie’s dog days

Sanya Sawlani, News Reporter
November 29, 2017
Despite a potential future extension, the Milwaukee Streetcar system will not include Marquette in definite planning. However, a high-speed bus system could be making its way down Wisconsin Avenue in 2020.

[Photo] Streetcar system will not include Marquette area

Jenny Whidden, News Reporter
November 28, 2017
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[Photo] President Lovell launches new podcast

Sydney Czyzon, News Reporter
November 14, 2017
The Alexander Hamilton Society will be hosting Michael Rubin, a former Pentagon official, who focuses his research on the Middle East, Turkey, Iran and diplomacy. He teaches regional politics and terrorism to senior military officials.

[Photo] Alexander Hamilton Society to host former Pentagon official

Jenna Thompson, News Reporter
November 14, 2017
Even though Marquette’s campus is a thousand miles away from Sutherland Springs, TX, the effects of the shooting that killed 26 people are being felt around the nation. Brendan Patnode, a freshman in the College of Business Administration and Dallas native, said he has friends that attend schools near San Antonio and Sutherland Springs.

[Photo] Students react to Texas church shooting

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
November 14, 2017
Senior engineering student Kassie Paul  discusses the importance of service.

[Photo] Engineering club serves impoverished countries

Josh Anderson, News Reporter
October 18, 2017
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[Photo] Food vendors at homecoming concert

Albert Perales, A&E Reporter
October 10, 2017
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[Photo] Greek Week promotes unity among chapters

Noelle Douglass, A&E Reporter
October 3, 2017
Ellery Kemner, a sophomore in the College of Health Sciences, talking to fellow students at a meeting to discuss potential changes to the Common Core.

[Photo] Core Curriculum to be updated fall 2018

Sydney Czyzon, News Reporter
September 26, 2017
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[Photo] Pricey dinner tabs for fantasy football losers

Brendan Attey, A&E Reporter
September 12, 2017
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[Photo] Balancing reliance, learning independence

Brendan Attey, A&E Reporter
September 5, 2017
English professor Tyler Farrell is known on campus as the man with the red scarf. Photo by Matthew Serafin matthew.serafin@marquette.edu

[Photo] Author, traveler, red scarf wearer

Mac Vogel, A&E Reporter
April 19, 2017
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