Marquette Wire

Study says organic food not healthier than conventional

Eric Oliver

September 13, 2012

Filed under News

A recent Stanford University study has created a stir in the food world by reporting that there is little evidence to support claims regarding the benefits of eating organic foods. The study, published in the Sept. 4 issue of t...

Campus Kitchen puts student excess to use

Elise Angelopulos

September 6, 2012

Filed under News

Campus Kitchen Marquette began in 2003 as a service initiative aimed to combat hunger throughout the Milwaukee area. Now, the organization has more than 200 volunteers who meet in the basement of O'Donnell Hall and prepare 500...

Marquette ‘Iron Chef’ competition serves up surprise

Olivia Morrissey

March 8, 2011

Filed under Featured, News

The Food Network is not the only place to find an “Iron Chef” competition. On Friday, Marquette Place in the Alumni Memorial Union hosted one of its own. The Center for Health Education and Promotion hosted the third annual co...

Sil’s Drive-Thru warms up winter with mini-donuts

Sarah Elms

February 9, 2011

Filed under Uncategorized

During these long winter months, things can get a little gloomy in Milwaukee. It’s grey, slushy and downright freezing on a daily basis. On the plus side, this leaves endless opportunities for cuddle sessions on a couch with...

More than just dessert at Honeypie Café

Sarah Elms

January 30, 2011

Filed under Uncategorized

I’m never awake early enough to eat breakfast during the established morning hours, but I’d feel weird if the first thing I consumed on a daily basis was somewhere along the lines of pizza or a sandwich. This is why brunch...

NAVA: Join the food revolution: demand wholesome products

Paco Nava

September 14, 2010

Filed under Featured, Viewpoints

After two columns about one or another aspect of sex, I write now about another object of human desire:  food. Every time I walk into the cafeteria of our Alumni Memorial Union, I pass a place that represents the core of wha...

STAFF EDITORIAL: Students: ‘If we are what we eat, then we’re screwed’

April 15, 2010

Filed under Editorials, Featured, Viewpoints

America is obsessed with food. We’re obsessed with localizing, Jamie Oliver-izing and de-obesify-ing our nation’s food intake. Many people are even documenting their every meal, blogging about it and uploading pictures...

Keeping it ‘Real,’ one bowl at a time

Molly Gamble

April 15, 2010

Filed under Featured, Marquee

Last week, I experienced my first professional business lunch. Two magazine executives and I went to an upscale seafood restaurant in Waukesha, where dark mahogany wood paneled the walls and 1940s music crackled on the sound s...

Jury still out on Sodexo decison

Matthew Reddin

December 3, 2009

Filed under Featured, News

Two university administrators said they believe Marquette Student Government senators misinterpreted and misunderstood food service data and surveys when they voted to pass a recommendation that the university terminate its contract...

Awe’s apple orchard leaves people addicted

Laura Bulgrin

October 15, 2009

Filed under Featured, Marquee

Many students, especially those spending their first fall in Wisconsin, want to experience the state’s famous apple picking. After all, it is one of the best ways to taste these local fruits and see the colors of the season...

Does Milwaukee’s sushi make the grade?

Laura Bulgrin

October 1, 2009

Filed under Featured, Marquee

  An Internet search for Milwaukee sushi restaurants brings up more than 10 options. How is a student to know which places are good?   Most importantly, how are they to know which are affordable? After all, fant...