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  • Trend Report: Totally Tulle

    Trend Report: Totally Tulle

    The feminine, princess-like fabric known as tulle is no longer just for 3-year-olds playing dress up but is now hitting the streets in a stylish way.

     
  • Pizza Powerhouse: Pizza Man Delivers Flavor

    Pizza Powerhouse: Pizza Man Delivers Flavor

    After the first location was destroyed by fire in 2010, Pizza Man has rebuilt its flavor on Downer Avenue, with plans to open another as part of the Mayfair Collection in Wauwatosa. I stepped into the East Side location with a hungry belly and big expectations for this rising restaurant powerhouse.

     
  • A Goodkind of change

    A Goodkind of change

    By BRITTANY SEEMUTH SEEMUTH@MTMARY.EDU Goodkind restaurant is nestled among various homes in Bay View where businesses mingle with residential areas. I would be the happiest girl on the block if my next-door neighbor was Goodkind. Since opening its doors this past summer, Goodkind has had a constantly changing menu; so constant, new menus are printed daily with the current date. I walked into Goodkind before […]

     
  • Karen O: Sappy, Strange and Solo

    Karen O: Sappy, Strange and Solo

    Now 35, Karen O is more comfortable with the concept of love, and she offers the diary entry songs of her younger years as comfort for our ever-constant, teenage angsty, heartbreaks. Even if you aren’t nursing a broken heart, Karen O’s radio static songs will echo in your head. They are simple (many under two minutes long!) and sweet but also melancholy and unsettling. These […]

     
  • “Books Unbound II” Exhibit Visits Campus

    “Books Unbound II” Exhibit Visits Campus

    By: EMILY CHAPMAN CHAPMANE@MTMARY.EDU When we think of books, our minds generally jump to the books found in a library. Books are more than a front and back cover with pages of text in between. “Books Unbound II” is an art exhibit that redefines the conventional idea of books that is taking place in Mount Mary University’s Marian Gallery from Nov. 9th through the 30th. […]

     
  • Finding her way in a home far away

    Finding her way in a home far away

    by JOAN MUKHWANA mukhwana@mtmary.edu Naureen Fatima, born and raised in Pakistan, moved to Wisconsin seven years ago. Although she has lived here for years, Fatima still considers Pakistan her home. “I like it here, but the feel is different,” Fatima said. “I always feel that my past memories are living in my present. I am physically here, but mentally I reside in Pakistan.” Fatima said […]

     
  • Grad school enrollment drops despite demand

    Grad school enrollment drops despite demand

    By Sara Raasch raaschs@mtmary.edu   Graduate enrollment at Mount Mary University is down 7.6 percent since last September, reflecting a trend in declining graduate school enrollment across the country. Last year, there were 550 students in Mount Mary’s graduate programs; this year, there are 511. In September, the Council of Graduate Schools in Washington, D.C., reported in its annual Survey of Graduate Enrollment and Degrees […]

     
  • University puts late night studying to bed

    University puts late night studying to bed

    by ARCHES STAFF In light of the recent enforcement of classrooms closing at midnight, the Arches staff implores Mount Mary University administrators to give students an alternative to complete their work or to overturn the policy. As members of a school organization who are quite familiar with working into the early hours of the morning to meet a publication deadline, the Arches staff knows that […]

     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • Trend Report: Totally Tulle

    Trend Report: Totally Tulle

    Rachel Schneider schneidr@mtmary.edu The feminine, princess-like fabric known as tulle is no longer just for 3-year-olds playing dress up but...

     
 
 
  • Final goodbye to Phil

    Final goodbye to Phil

    Shannon Venegas venegass@mtmary.edu He was beautiful. He was grand. In the summer, his coat was as shiny as a new copper penny. He spent most...

     
 
 
  • 9 Innovative Ideas for Your Gift List

    9 Innovative Ideas for Your Gift List

    By Sara Raasch raaschs@mtmary.edu We are told that the first Christmas gifts were gold, frankincense and myrrh. They were delivered by kings...

     
 
 
 

Recent Posts

  • Recruiting international students in pursuit of a global campus

    Recruiting international students in pursuit of a global campus

    by Joan Mukhwana mukhwana@mtmary.edu Mount Mary University is actively recruiting international students in order to increase...

     
  • Home for the Holidays

    Home for the Holidays

    By Leea Glasheen glasheed@mtmary.edu Many things affect holiday traditions, from religion to ethnic background to the family...

     
  • A time for custom giving

    A time for custom giving

    This is the coffee mug that I custom designed for my friend, the glitter addict. Have an idea for a unique Christmas present,...

     
  • The Power of LinkedIn

    The Power of LinkedIn

    LinkedIn is single-handedly the most powerful social network there is, in terms of your professional life. It is a place...

     
  • Posting your way to social justice

    Posting your way to social justice

    By SHANNON MOLTER MOLTERS@MTMARY.EDU Are you active on social media? If so, you have the power to create meaningful change...

     
  • Finding Value

    Finding Value

    By: Alli Kelly Some tasks simply feel like a waste of our precious time, don’t they? If there is no obvious benefit, completing...

     
  • Students Who Blog

    Students Who Blog

    By: Alli Kelly Blogging started as a form of online journaling in the 1990s; today, there are millions of blogs connecting...

     
  • War on women: a response to the washington post

    War on women: a response to the washington post

    Nov. 4 marked another election day for the United States. Scott Walker was granted another term as governor in Wisconsin...

     
  • The Best Advice I’ve Ever Received

    The Best Advice I’ve Ever Received

    By: Alli Kelly I have worked the same job for seven years. That’s a really long time for a millennial with our reputation...

     
  • Movie Review: St. Vincent

    Movie Review: St. Vincent

    Murray and Lieberher in St. Vincent. “St. Vincent” is a 2014 comedy that stars legendary funny-man Bill Murray and comedic...