Spiderman, an Angry Bird and ghosts were some of the trick-or-treaters seen on campus Wednesday for the 17th annual HALLoween, an event hosted by the Residence Hall Association.
Marquette Student Government and the Department of Public Safety are working together to implement a new way keep students safe: a free mobile app called BlueLight.
Republican Gov. Scott Walker extended his lead among likely voters over Democratic challenger Mary Burke in the last Marquette Law School Poll before the Nov. 4 election.
President Barack Obama spoke at Milwaukee’s inner-city North Division High School Tuesday as a final push of support for Mary Burke in the Nov. governor election.
Marquette revisited its unique history with the Civil Rights movement Monday afternoon at its Presidential Inauguration Academic Symposium.
An open student forum took place in the Alumni Memorial Union ballrooms Monday evening, in regards to the Department of Public Safety becoming an official police force.
Marquette Student Government voted in favor of passing the amendment to commission a Coordinator for Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice in a 28 to 2 vote.
Marquette added wash.mu.edu to its website, which allows students to see the availability of washing machines and dryers in residence halls and university-owned apartments.
The Gender and Sexuality Resource Center is participating in a week of events to boost awareness and demystify misconceptions around asexuality.