It’s time to rock and roll, Marquette! MUSG will host a rollerskating excursion on Saturday, April 5that is open to all students. Transportation will be provided leaving from SHAMU, the area between Schroeder Hall and the Alumni Memorial Union, beginning at 10 p.m. and running all night until the end of the event at 12:30 a.m.
Students can look forward to enjoying free food, music and, of course, skating at Incrediroll in West Allis. With the semester winding down, and schoolwork hitting students at full force, there’s no better way to de-stress than hanging out with friends while skating the night away. Be sure not to miss out on this great event.
This excursion is completely free, but requires students to pick up a wristband in the CLSI (AMU 137). Wristbands will be available beginning on Tuesday, April 1. Don’t wait another minute to ensure a spot at this rockin’ event.
On Friday, March 28, Marquette University Student Government will host an evening of free food and fun. MU Unwrapped will take place this Friday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the Alumni Memorial Union.
Hungry students can look forward to hummus and mac & cheese chef demonstrations. Of course, the most important aspect of the demonstration will be the student taste test. To wash down the chefs’ delicious creations, students can head over to the lemonade bar. Featuring Marquette’s famous beverage and flavorings, a tall glass of strawberry or raspberry lemonade will complement any dish.
After eating a hearty bowl of mac & cheese, students can compete to win in a 10-inch cake decorating competition. However, as with the chef demonstrations, the real winning test will be the student’s taste buds.
Attendees can also spend time decorating mason jars to take home hummus samples or playing to win food items to take home in grocery bingo.
No matter the activity, MU Unwrapped is sure to bring tasty fun to any student. The event is free and open to all Marquette students.
Stop by the AMU this Friday, March 28 for a deliciously good time.
Marquette University Student Government and the African Student Association will host “Taste of Africa” from 6 to 9 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 9 in Marquette Place in the AMU.
Spend the evening enjoying a sampling of diverse African foods as well as a DJ playing a mix of African music and recent hits. Featured dishes at this buffet of culture and cuisine include jollof rice, Nigerian tomato stew, brown chicken stew, efo/vegetable stew and fried plantains.
Also called “Benachin” meaning “one pot”, jollof rice is a popular dish in many parts of West Africa. Nigerian tomato stew and its aromatic spices are a welcome accompaniment to any meal or festive spread in Nigeria. Brown chicken stew is full vegetables that give it an attractive color. Efo/vegetable stew, a traditional Nigerian recipe for a stew of vegetables and greens in a tomato-based sauce flavored with chilies, rounds out the soupcategory. Of course, no taste of Africa could be complete without delicious fried plantains.
If you are looking to expand your cultural knowledge through food and music, come to Taste of Africa.
All your favorite breakfast foods, served at an unusual breakfast time. That’s right, Marquette’s favorite finals week tradition – Late Night Breakfast – is back. Come on down to the AMU Ballrooms on Monday, Dec. 9 from 9 to 11 p.m. and enjoy a delicious, free meal from Late Night and the AMU.
The all-you-can-eat breakfast will include pancakes, sausage, bacon, eggs, tater tots, and much more. Don’t miss this opportunity to grab some food before your all-nighter begins in Raynor, or use it as time to eat your feelings after the first day of exams. Feel free to bring along study materials and multi-task, or just stop by for a quick bite to eat before your next review session.
MUSG and Late Night are here for you this finals week. So bring some friends and enjoy the well-deserved free food.
This event is free, open to all Marquette students and does not require you to have a meal plan.
Marquette University Student Government and Late Night Marquette will host a “Make Your Own” Late Night on Friday, April 13 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the AMU.
At “Make Your Own” Late Night, creativity is key. Attendees will have the opportunity to create their own pottery and complete Pinterest-inspired crafts. Students can also make their own aquariums. To complete student’s fishbowls, live fish will be available for adoption at the event. For more aesthetic fun, a caricature artist will be present to sketch portraits of attendees and their friends.
The creative atmosphere will continue with live entertainment from College of Arts & Sciences junior Ben Wagner, College of Communication sophomore Claire Kelly and College of Health Sciences senior Eric Basta. All three students are talented performers and their music is guaranteed to fill the AMU with inspiring melodies.
In addition to creating delightful crafts and listening to great music, students will enjoy free snacks to fuel the right side of their brains.
Crafts, music and snacks will be combined to create a perfect Friday evening. This event is free and open to all Marquette students, no ticket required. Don’t miss the opportunity to “Make Your Own” Late Night!
Marquette University Student Government and Campus Ministry will host a discussion based around the idea of love. “What is Love?” will take place on Wednesday, April 17 at 5:30 p.m. in AMU Ballroom D.
Students will share a meal with individuals of different faith backgrounds and engage in a discussion about their definitions of love. Questions prepared by student leaders and the ecumenical campus ministry will be provided for attendees to guide conversations.
Discussions will be centered around the concept of God’s love, rather than a romantic love. Participants will delve into what God’s love means in relationships with Him and relationships with other people.
The conversations are designed to engage students of all faith backgrounds with a goal of providing new perspective to all participants.
In addition to fruitful conversations, a delicious dinner will be provided. Market house salad, vegetarian pad thai, chocolate layer cake and mini cheesecakes are just a few of the courses to be expected.
Students of all faith backgrounds and students with no faith background are highly encouraged to attend this meaningful event. Don’t miss the opportunity for a free meal and a chance for a broader perspective on the concept of love.
Marquette University Student Government will being bringing the Taste of MU to Marquette University’s campus on April 6, to showcase the talents and culture of the university. This free event will take place on the first floor of the AMU at 9 p.m.
Taste of MU is an opportunity for students to gain a better look and understanding of those who make up the wonderful community that is Marquette University. Through various acts and performances students will be able to experience other talents and cultures of their fellow students.
Taste of MU will feature performances from some of Marquette’s most talented individuals such as from a variety for cultural organizations such as African Student Association, Vietnamese Student Association, and Bayanahian Student Organization in addition to performances from The Meladies, as well as a cultural fashion show
In addition to diverse performances, an array of ethnic and cultural foods will be provided for all those who attend the event. Dishes will include Swedish cocktail meatballs, Vietnamese summer rolls, Tandoori chicken, and much more!
All students are encouraged to attend this tasty event to take an inside look at what makes Marquette University the “difference.”