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Sunday: Our Youth

Studying Feminist Art History in New York City

By LILY DIXON 8-18 Media MARQUETTE — Zoë Buckman was wearing a blue page boy cap along with a red and green top and a dozen necklaces. She somehow made it all work, and she absolutely rocked it. I had seen her nontraditional artwork online, but I never imagined I would meet her or tour ...

Survey suggests little progress in U.S. teen vaping

By MIKE STOBBE and MATTHEW PERRONE Associated Press NEW YORK — The latest government study on teen vaping suggests there's been little progress in keeping e-cigarettes out of the hands of kids. The data seems to show more high school students vaping, with 14% saying they had done so ...

Marquette native gets fellowship for research in Rwanda

MARQUETTE — Chloe Hale of Marquette has been awarded the $25,000 Raoul Wallenberg Fellowship. A University of Michigan double major in political science and social theory in practice, Hale will spend a year in Kigali, Rwanda’s capital and largest city, to explore the theory that health ...

8-18 MEDIA: Speaking from the heart

I was very young when I realized my manner of speech would be the best way to assimilate myself with mainstream American society. I was four when I moved to the United States. I attended preschool a year later in the small, southern Illinois college town my family and I lived in. I was small, I ...

Sprucing up the plaza

The Ishpeming High School Track & Field Team, Key Club members and National Society members plus track coaches work on landscaping at the Ishpeming Heritage Plaza on May 14. They placed 24 cubic yards of topsoil along the Heritage Trail by the Three Sons of Ishpeming Memorial. ...

GETTING INVOLVED

MARQUETTE — Northern Michigan University student Gwen Feamster, a political science major from downstate Linden has been selected to serve on the Michigan Department of State’s Collegiate Student Advisory Task Force, NMU announced. She is among 25 undergraduates chosen from more than 200 ...