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Update: Students near campus lose power

Sarah Hauer

March 8, 2013

Filed under Editors' Picks, News

Update: Power to the area was restored around 9 p.m. WE Energies Spokesperson Brian Manthey said the cause of the outage is currently unknown and will be investigated. No accidents occurred in the streets near campus during t... Read more »

DPS reports Feb. 19

Sarah Hauer

February 19, 2013

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Thursday 14 At 7:47 a.m. an employee reported that unknown person(s) removed unsecured, unattended university property estimated at $100 from Wehr Chemistry. Friday 15 At 1:50 a.m. three underage students in the 700 block... Read more »

Tribune faces page cuts

Sarah Hauer

February 19, 2013

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The Marquette Board for Student Media responded to a university-wide budget shortfall last Wednesday by discussing the possibility of limiting The Marquette Tribune to eight pages per issue, with any additional pages supported... Read more »

MUSG recommends Arabic minor

Sarah Hauer

February 12, 2013

Filed under News

Marquette Student Government, in reaction to 295 student petitioners and a small contingent of concerned students who attended last Thursday's meeting, unanimously recommended Thursday that the university adopt an Arabic minor. The... Read more »

News in Brief

Sarah Hauer

February 12, 2013

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OBITUARY Former faculty member in the College of Communication and debate coach Joseph Laine passed away Jan. 3. Laine, 88, worked for the university from 1955 to 1963. After Marquette, Laine worked in the University of... Read more »

News in Brief

Sarah Hauer

October 8, 2012

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Walker subpoenaed in aide's trial Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker was subpoenaed Friday to testify in the criminal trial of a former aide, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Monday. The aide, Kelly M. Rindfleisch, worked as Walker... Read more »

News In Brief

Sarah Hauer

September 11, 2012

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No fallout from DADT repeal The results of the first academic study of military service after the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell” were released Monday and found no overall negative impact on military readiness. Th... Read more »