Last week, we brought together 11 diverse Milwaukee business owners to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on their organizations, what they are doing to pivot, the lessons they've learned and the silver lining they see from all of this. So, we did it again.
It's time to ring out ahoya with an MU rah rah! If you've never heard these lyrics, I'm sure you will this weekend as the Golden Eagles take on the Butler Bulldogs at Fiserv Forum on Sunday - aka National Marquette Day.
Now that Marquette University has finished squashing the so-called "beer can" - more formally known as McCormick Residence Hall - at the corner of 16th and Wisconsin, the university has unveiled a new building for the site.
As we tally the final days of the decade, it is as good a time as any to take stock of the past 10 years of Wisconsin sports, and the iconic moments and star players that came with it. Here are the 20 most memorable moments of the 2010s.
While the number of bar options has decreased on Marquette's campus, there are still plenty of places for MU students to hang out, cheer on the Golden Eagles, pregame a class or simply celebrate a well-earned Thirsty Thursday.
The Marquette Golden Eagles are flying beneath the radar as they enter the 2019-20 campaign. Here are 15 questions to whet your appetite as MU kicks off the non-conference portion of its 103rd season.
It's senior week for Marquette! Before you walk on Sunday, take a moment to reminisce and thank Milwaukee for being the best college town.
Aaron Rodgers is Bran Stark? Yeli is the King of the North? Giannis is Arya? We went through some of the most popular players in "Game of Thrones" and found their perfect counterparts in Wisconsin sports.
Just as quickly as the tides were rising on next year's potential, they came crashing down just as swiftly with the sudden and shocking news that brothers Sam and Joey Hauser will transfer from the program.
Head coach Carolyn Kieger's unexpected departure for Penn State on Wednesday was a jaw-dropping development that leaves MU in potentially perilous limbo for a team ranked as high as #8 nationally this season. Here's three things they should do next.
Marquette and Wisconsin's Final Four hopes were gone in the blink of an eye after both teams fell victim to the dreaded 12-5 upset in their opening rounds, but that doesn't mean you can't still enjoy some March Madness this weekend.
The Marquette season that was previously destined for history will now be nothing but a footnote in the Ja Morant storybook, as the Murray State star shredded MU's defense in the Golden Eagles' 83-64 loss on Thursday. But there is reason for hope.
The Madness is finally here, and in their return to the NCAA tournament after a one-year hiatus, the two flagship schools of America's Dairyland have been rewarded with one of the most precarious positions in sports: the dreaded 5-12 matchup.
Marquette was riding high for almost the entirety of the 2018-19 campaign, but entering conference tournament week, it is the Badgers who have surprisingly solidified their standing in the eyes of the selection committee.
Between parades, Punch Bowl Social, plays and sports, how are you supposed to choose what to do Downtown on Saturday? And most important: Where the heck are you supposed to park and drive through all of it?