Marquette recently issued a travel warning that prohibits students, faculty and staff from traveling to countries affected by Ebola until the disease is brought under control.
A popular anonymous social media application has gained a lot of popularity on campus and around the country, but it has received mixed reviews so far as well create numerous scandals.
The Milwaukee Justice Center Mobile Legal clinic was recently awarded the Wisconsin Innovation Award.
After an amendment to add a Coordinator for Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice failed to pass earlier this year, MUSG will again attempt to introduce the bill to the senate.
A new leadership structure was announced Thursday by University President Michael Lovell which was highlighted by the Department of Public Safety being required to report to the Division of Student Affairs.
A Marquette student was seriously injured Sunday night while studying abroad in Madrid, according to an email Monday from Vice President for Student Affairs L. Christopher Miller.
The university said it corrected a potential data breach from a glitch that provided online graduate school application access to anyone with Marquette log-in information.
Marquette will be able to enforce its alcohol policies directly through the Department of Public Safety if DPS were to become a police force, thanks to the new leadership structure announced by University President Michael Lovell Thursday.
Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke are once again tied among likely voters, receiving support from exact same number of likely voters in the latest Marquette Law Poll.