The theology department is shifting the name of its theology major to “Theology and Religion” to reflect changes in the department.
The Department of Public Safety has been reporting a strange kind of campus crime lately: the removal of catalytic converters from parked cars.
Marquette is looking to roll out a bike sharing service by fall 2015 as an alternative mode of transportation for students.
Marquette University Student Government introduced two new pieces of legislation, including revisions to the impeachment process of senators and a recommendation that the Milwaukee Police Department be equipped with all-terrain vehicles.
A group of four students said they were escorted from the BMO Harris Bradley Center Saturday for holding up a sign that read “Black & Brown Lives Matter” during the men’s basketball game.
After a long series of misdiagnoses and months of battling a negative body image, Marissa Lovell was diagnosed with the eating disorder anorexia nervosa when she was 13. She has since recovered and will share her story with the Marquette community Thursday at 7 p.m. in the AMU ballrooms, as apart of Eating Disorders Awareness Week.
The Most Rev. Jerome Listecki, Archbishop of Milwaukee, talked about his archdiocese’s bankruptcy and the future of Catholic education while appearing as a guest Monday for Marquette Law School’s “On the Issues with Mike Gousha.”
Beginning fall 2015, the Helen Way Klinger College of Arts & Sciences is changing its core requirements and will lighten some of the credit burden Arts & Sciences students face compared to students in other colleges.
Two new Greek chapters, Delta Tau Delta and Kappa Delta, joined Marquette earlier this month after a year of planning the expansion.