The complexities of traumatic events and their participants are what matters and need to be explored in a context where violence seems overwhelming and impossible to stop.
With real concerns being voiced by companies and organizations, it makes this an economic concern for the state as well as a concern for the reputation of the state. Greater awareness needs to arise from this particular case.
With undergraduate students still trying to figure out how to live based on their own decisions, more reasonable options should be emphasized and considered.
Since most of us don’t exclusively use the Internet through desktop computers at the library or carry an Ethernet cable everywhere we go in case of Wi-Fi apocalypse, we actually do need a functioning Wi-Fi connection in campus buildings.
Like randomly asking people to decide which brand of paper towel is their favorite, mandatory voting encourages those not involved in the political process to make an uninformed and hasty decision.
As we spend this week looking at mental illness as it relates to college students and more specifically Marquette, it is important to understand how these stresses can be seen in all different environments and under all kinds of conditions.
This is the great egalitarian quotient of the tournament. You don’t have to know a lot of background information about basketball to make the right picks and even if you do, you could still be as wrong as those who always pick the high seed.
The debate was not attended by a wide audience, and at least 75 percent of the campus does not participate in MUSG elections, but the candidates – one of which will ultimately be MUSG president – are talking about issues that affect 100 percent of students.
It is unclear if MUSG was tone deaf on the issue, could not come to an agreement or if Whelton was impatient and preferred to act unilaterally.