The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

All content by Olivia Qualls

[Photo] Lakefront marathon spurs university competition

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter
October 1, 2019
Last years Homecoming Foam 5K was held on a Saturday morning in contrast to this years Friday night event.

[Photo] Foam 5K run to be held during nighttime

Emma Dill, Arts and Entertainment Reporter
October 2, 2018
For some students, nooks and crannies of the library serve as a great spot to study. Others need a more remote place for peace and quiet.

[Photo] Hidden study spots on campus can ‘Save your GPA’

Noelle Douglass, Assistant A&E Editor
April 10, 2018

[Photo] Milwaukee marches for students’ lives

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
March 24, 2018

[Photo] Wild Commons will house nearly 900 students

Natallie St. Onge, News Reporter
March 21, 2018
Donato Guida, the general manager of Sodexo, said all of Marquettes dining hall food is fresh.

[Photo] Campus food is completely fresh, Sodexo says

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
March 20, 2018
Marquette womens basketballs season ended with a 90-72 loss to Louisville in the NCAA Tournaments second round.

[Photo] Women’s basketball hopes to emulate culture of team that beat them

John Steppe, Assistant Sports Editor
March 20, 2018
Eva Martinez Powless and Oscar Silva pose in front of the Center for Intercultural Engagement.

[Photo] New employee to work exclusively with Hispanic students

Josh Anderson, News Reporter
February 27, 2018
Sometimes, having ice cream can be better than having a date on Valentines Day.

[Photo] Owners of lonely hearts eat sweet ice cream on Valentine’s Day

Dan O'Keefe, Arts & Entertainment Reporter
February 13, 2018
REDgen and Active Minds are organizations which advocate for mental health awareness on campus.

[Photo] Author discusses mental health stigma, childhood trauma

Natallie St. Onge, News Reporter
February 13, 2018
SLU-Madrid recently cut study abroad spots for its nursing program, which could affect Marquette students like Mikayla Schraut, a senior in the College of Nursing.

[Photo] SLU cuts nursing study abroad spots for Marquette students

Sanya Sawlani, News Reporter
February 13, 2018
Erica Ness, a senior in the College of Arts & Sciences, received the Peacemaking Fellowship last summer.

[Photo] Fellowship creates opportunities for students

Natallie St. Onge, News Reporter
February 6, 2018
The vast majority of Marquette students said they do not smoke, according to the climate survey.

[Photo] Surveyed students respond to tobacco-free policy

Sanya Sawlani, News Reporter
February 6, 2018
Isabelle Spingola set a new career high in points against Providence Friday night.

[Photo] Spingola earns new career high in Marquette’s rout over Providence

John Steppe, Assistant Sports Editor
February 2, 2018
University spokesperson Chris Jenkins said the university experienced a higher demand for parking passes beginning last semester than in previous years.

[Photo] Lack of parking passes still issue for students

Jenna Thompson, News Reporter
January 23, 2018
Allazia Blockton goes for a layup against Loyola Maryland. The Golden Eagles open its BIG EAST schedule tonight against St. Johns.

[Photo] PREVIEW: Women’s basketball kicks off BIG EAST play at home

Zoe Comerford, Sports Staff Writer
December 28, 2017
A group of undocumented students, their peers and supporters shared their stories and messages of support at an event held last Thursday called Cookies and Conversation. The event was sponsored by local and campus organizations, including Catholic Relief Services, College Democrats, Inner Varsity, Center for Peacemaking and J.U.S.T.I.C.E.

[Photo] Dreamers left feeling unsure months after Trump’s decision

Jenna Thompson, News Reporter
December 5, 2017

[Photo] It’s Not What You Wear

Aly Prouty, Executive Arts & Entertainment Editor
November 29, 2017
Taylor McElwee, a senior in the College of Dentistry, said she spends at least five days a week in the Dental School. Since her schedule can be busy and tiring, she said she is excited about the new cafe. “Being able to stop by the brew for a coffee or a snack will make our days here a lot easier,” McElwee said.

[Photo] New Brew Bayou opens in Dental School

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
November 28, 2017
This is Film Clubs third year hosting the 24 hour film race, sponsored by digital media professors Joe Brown and Kris Holodak. This years criteria was the superhero genre, a toy military figurine and the line, I cant believe you said that to me. Three teams competed for first place.

[Photo] Engineering students prevail in annual 24-Hour Film Race

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
November 22, 2017

[Photo] Erin Johnston defines role, follows older sister’s footsteps

John Steppe, Assistant Sports Editor
October 10, 2017

[Photo] Blue and Gold Foam 5k proves no match for MUTV

Dan O'Keefe, A&E Reporter
October 7, 2017
The sign outside of the new employee wellness center in Coughlin Hall.

[Photo] Employee wellness center opens in Coughlin Hall

Jenny Whidden, News Reporter
September 19, 2017
Bri Jaeger went from playing a combined 18 minutes in her first two years to over 800 this year.

[Photo] Training, improved health means larger role for Bri Jaeger

John Steppe, Assistant Sports Editor
September 19, 2017

[Photo] Marquette Escape Rooms sell out, riveting night

Mikala Hershman, A&E Reporter
September 13, 2017
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