In an effort to comply with Wisconsin’s voter ID laws, Marquette will issue students new IDs to be in compliance.
New MUSG senators held their training Monday, where they laid out their plans for the upcoming year.
The Marquette Law School and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel have created a fellowship to explore the possibilities of a new arena to replace the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
It was an historic night for Marquette lacrosse, as two former Golden Eagles were drafted into the National Lacrosse League, the premiere indoor lacrosse league. Forward Tyler Melnyk was taken 19th overall by the Edmonton Rush, while defenseman Andrew Smistad was taken 54th overall by the Calgary Roughnecks. They are the first Marquette players to […]
After the Division of Student Affairs issued official warnings to Sigma Phi Delta for alleged hazing and sexual assault in April, the fraternity was found liable of hazing and received an academic-year probation and temporary suspension.
Michael Lovell was inaugurated as the first lay president in Marquette’s 133-year history on Friday afternoon
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.