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The Faculty Diversity Book Club is reading Take My Hand for Oct.

Faculty Diversity Book Club

Reyna Galvez, Arts & Entertainment Reporter
October 10, 2023
Photo via Openclipart.

NIEZGODA: Best of fall novels, storylines that characterize the season

Laura Niezgoda, Assistant Opinions Editor
November 8, 2022
Milwaukee Public Library bookshelves.

NIEZGODA: Banning books is a violation of freedom of information

Laura Niezgoda, Assistant Opinions Editor
September 20, 2022
Christina Lauren published The Unhoneymooners in 2019.

Kim’s Land of Unread Stories: ‘The Unhoneymooners’

Kimberly Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor
April 19, 2022
Eat Read Love meets online to discuss their monthly book.

Building community through prose with Eat Read Love

Kimberly Cook, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor
March 1, 2022
I Am Malala by Christina Lamb and Malala Yousafzai was released in 2013.

IVES: Books by women to celebrate Women’s History Month

Charlotte Ives, A&E Assistant Editor
March 23, 2021
There are a multitude of new romance books that have been released in the past few years. Photo via Flickr

STEBNITZ: Romantic love stories to read for Valentine’s day

Mason Stebnitz, Assistant A&E Editor
February 14, 2021
The first cohort was established in the Fall of 2019. Photo via Flickr

Marquette film, book club promotes diversity, culture

Charlotte Ives, A&E Assistant Editor
February 9, 2021
Students can see the Milwaukee Holiday Lights Festival starting Nov. 19. Marquette Wire stock photo

Solo activities to do in MKE this month

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter
November 4, 2020
The Marquette literary Review Magazine is undergoing some changes this semester. 
Photo via Facebook

Marquette Literary Review Magazine rebrands

Emma Dill, A&E Reporter
February 19, 2019
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.

Hidden study spots on campus can ‘Save your GPA’

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