The Voices Mural Project artists have completed 18 intriguingly aesthetic murals in downtown Dubuque. Filled with vibrant colors and whimsical designs, they have surely brought a lot of life to the streets of the city. The organization behind the street art project, Voice Productions, wanted to bring an urban experience to the city and give a space for artists around the country to express … Continue reading Instagram Worthy Destinations
Each Friday and Saturday night, two films play back to back in a lot 5 miles south of Maquoketa off Highway 61. In a generation that constantly refers to the aesthetic of the 1950’s, there’s nothing more beautifully cliché than a drive-in theater. The 61 Drive-In is authentic in its vintage appeal, opening in 1950, being taken over by its current owner, Dennis Voy, in … Continue reading A Taste of the 50’s
Every year since 2013, in mid-February Clarke Residence Life has held a week- long event known as Clash of the Classes. During this week students of different classes go head—to—head in competitions to earn points for their class. At the end of the week the class with the most points is named the winner and receive bragging rights until there is a new champion the … Continue reading Clash of the Classes
Clarke University, located in Dubuque, Iowa, welcomed future students to attend Admitted Student event in order to receive a scholarship and get a start on their Compass requirements. Admitted Student Weekend, formerly known as VIEW Weekend, occurs every year during the spring semester of the academic school year at Clarke University. The purpose of these weekends is to provide scholarships to those admitted students who … Continue reading Admitted Student Weekend starts with the purpose of financial, educational, and social advancement.
For the Students, By the Students The world is rapidly advancing in technology and in improving the ways of creating news media. The merging from print media to a unique hybrid of both print and digital media has highly influenced how we receive our news. We are lucky to live in a time where news media is so interactive, creative, and unique compared to the … Continue reading The Need for Student Media
Dubuque’s Multicultural Family Center and the Dubuque Black Men Coalition came together at Inspire Café on February 17th from 6:30-9:00 pm to celebrate Black History Month and to reflect on the need for unity. According to Sarah Petersen, Assistant Director of The Multicultural Family Center, approximately 60 guests were treated to refreshments, trivia prizes, and the location of Inspire Café through a donation from The Multicultural … Continue reading Diversity & Unity, Themes at The Black History Month Celebration