As the center reaches the end of its five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, some fear it will be forced to close.
Marquette plans to raze the newly acquired former Butch’s Steakhouse property on the east side of campus as part of the development of Marquette’s planned multi-purpose athletic facility.
Michael Schlappi, an associate professor in the department of biological scienes, had one rice paddy on the roof the Wehr Life Sciences building in 2012. Now, he has an entire garden of 12 rice paddies.
Messages on the shirts ranged from words of encouragement such as “we believe you” to “you are beautiful.”
University President Michael Lovell and Lora Strigens, leader of the master plan committee, offered another tease at a presentation Tuesday for the university-wide road map that will guide development on campus for the next 10 to 20 years, although nothing new was officially announced.
The Ad Hoc Coalition of and for Students of Color is using a list of 10 demands to pressure the university to implement faster change that will make minority students feel more comfortable on campus.
Marquette Student Government President Zach Wallace, a junior in the College of Arts & Sciences, opened his first meeting as president with the introduction of an amendment that would create a Coordinator for Community Engagement.
A partnership between Marquette’s Athletics Department and an advertising and public relations class in the College of Communication is pulling together crowd funding to allow student athletes to play their sports while traveling abroad.
Because there is a confirmed case of bedbugs, a protocol treatment will take place. The treatment, according to bedbug safety documents provided by Batzner Pest Control, will displace affected students for approximately two hours.