The Solidarity March, originally devised by the ad hoc Coalition of and for Students of Color, or Coalition SOC, addressed ongoing concerns about Marquette’s handling of a number of controversial issues.
The Department of Public Safety reported 53 sexual assaults in its daily morning reports during the same time period represented in its reports to the U.S. Department of Education, an analysis of DPS’s documents shows.
The legislation was passed after an executive session was called into action by the senate. Its name was changed from Socially Responsible Investments and Divestments to Socially Responsible Investments.
Four Marquette students were arrested Monday after their organized march surrounded the intersection of 16th Street and Wisconsin Avenue, drawing a large crowd of students, faculty, DPS officers and law enforcement.