Marquette Wire

People use apps like Tinder to get in touch with others during COVID-19.

Students find new ways to connect during “cuffing season”

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter
October 20, 2020
The show,

STEBNITZ: Best relationships on the Kardashian show

Mason Stebnitz, Assistant A&E Editor
September 29, 2020
Amee Binder and Paul McComas are the two stars of this adaptation of the tragic comedy.

‘Fool for Love’ to make its Wisconsin debut

Emily Rouse, Executive A&E Editor
October 16, 2019
Photo by Vale Cardenas/valeria.cardenas@marquette.edu

Left on Read

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
March 20, 2019
Students say that social media has changed the ability to make a long distance relationship work.

Social media helps couples stay connected

Emma Dill, A&E Reporter
September 25, 2018
KORENICH: Pornography has negative impact on adolescents

KORENICH: Pornography has negative impact on adolescents

Maya Korenich, Opinions Columnist
February 27, 2018
Some students choose to send letters, cards or gifts to their significant others who are not able to spend Valentine's Day by their side.

Alone on Valentine’s Day

Mikala Hershman, Arts & Entertainment Reporter
February 13, 2018

Embarrassing love stories from past, present

Kelli Arseneau, A&E Reporter
February 13, 2018

How video games affect couples

Rome Gandelsman, A&E Reporter
February 13, 2018
Technology plays an important, and potentially harmful, role in how people meet others.

DUFAULT: Tinder harmful to relationships

Jackson Dufault, Columnist
September 26, 2017
PAUL: The demise of friendly acquaintanceships

PAUL: The demise of friendly acquaintanceships

Caroline Paul
February 5, 2015
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