University President Michael Lovell announced at his inaugural address plans for campus expansion and new university initiatives.
Marquette announced Thursday in a news release that it is working to modify or provide university-issued IDs that meet the requirements of Wisconsin’s voter ID law.
In an effort to alleviate high stress levels, the Counseling Center created the Zen Den, a quiet space for students.
Matt Mitten, a professor of law and director of the National Sports Law Institute and LL.M. in Sports Law for Foreign Lawyers at Marquette, took an unexpected journey to becoming the president-elect of the Sports Lawyers Association.
Marquette Student Government will partner with university officials to continue a campaign to increase Desire2Learn software use.
State Representative Evan Goyke visited the College Democrats Tuesday to talk about how the Marquette community is being represented in Madison.
Good news, Cobeen Hall is not a brothel. But was it ever?
Gov. Scott Walker and challenger Mary Burke remain within the margin of error for the fourth straight poll, said Marquette Law Poll director Charles Franklin.
MUSG failed to pass legislation to create a diversity committee at their second Senate meeting Monday.