Marquette Wire

Marquette alum, doctor volunteers in New York City

Matthew Hayes (far right) discusses his experience at Harlem Hospital Center. Photo courtesy of Matthew Hayes.

Joseph Beaird, Investigative Reporter

April 29, 2020

"The American health care system is one that moves very slowly and, in my opinion, was ill-equipped to deal with this outbreak."

COVID-19 BLOG: The adaptation stage

Grace Dawson (in top middle frame) meets with her extended family on a Zoom call to celebrate her grandmother's birthday. Photo courtesy of Grace Dawson.

Grace Dawson, Investigative Reporter

April 29, 2020

When everything I do all day is digital, it almost feels like my day passes and I have nothing to show for it.

Fishing club team still ‘gone fishing’

Maciek Chmielewski (left) and Michael Galeana (right) pose with their fish on St. Lawrence River in June 2019. (Photo courtesy of Michael Galeana.)

Bryan Geenen, Sports Reporter

April 28, 2020

Though COVID-19 means the fishing club must refrain from competing, the members have not stopped fishing.

Froemming pays it forward as ‘mentor’ during final season

Cole Froemming (22) defends against Villanova in 2018. (Photo courtesy of Marquette Athletics.)

John Leuzzi, Assistant Sports Editor

April 27, 2020

When Marquette men's lacrosse senior defender Cole Froemming was being recruited, the "student" part of being a student-athlete was just as important as playing the sport he loves. "I wanted to be as close to home as possible at a good school with a strong academic rigor," Froemming said. "At the...

Research projects postponed amid COVID-19 pandemic

Some research projects were put on hold due to COVID-19.

Matthew Choate, News Reporter

April 26, 2020

Some fields of research are unable to be moved online and have since been postponed.

BREAKING: Graduation ceremonies rescheduled for August

Commencement will take place August 30.

Photo courtesy of the Office of Marketing and Communication.

Annie Mattea, Executive News Editor

April 24, 2020

Individual colleges will host receptions August 29-30.

Faculty express concerns over university furloughs, financial decisions

A virtual Mass in honor of the Class of 2020 will be held Aug. 29.

Kelli Arseneau, Assistant News Editor

April 24, 2020

Leaders at University of Dayton, Brown University and Stanford University are all taking reductions in pay.

Foe looks back at special moments with MU

Graphic by Chelsea Johanning.

Andrew Amouzou, Sports Reporter

April 24, 2020

Marquette women's tennis is more than just a team and head coach Jody Bronson said senior Lesley Foe is a big reason why.  "She has been somebody who wants to be one of those people who can bring the team together," Bronson said. "(She) looked for the positive, making sure everyone is on the same ...

EDITORIAL: MU should maintain traditional course evaluations during online semester

EDITORIAL: MU should maintain traditional course evaluations during online semester

April 24, 2020

With the possibility of remote learning extending into the fall 2020 semester, course evaluations should still be offered to help improve the learning experiences of students in the future.

COVID-19 BLOG: The last game of the season

Bryan Geenen (middle with green shirt) takes a photo  March 10 as a member of the men’s and women’s club ultimate frisbee teams. The teams were at a tournament called “High Tide

Bryan Geenen, Sports Reporter

April 24, 2020

or any athlete that’s played in high school, in college or any other situation, the worst game is the last. I would rather lose a game by a ridiculous number than have to play the last game of the season.

COVID-19 BLOG: A world of impact

Cal Gessner, with his new quarantine haircut, spends a lot more time with his best canine friend in Florida. Photo courtesy of Cal Gessner.

Cal Gessner, Production Director

April 24, 2020

When staying inside means potentially saving lives, it’s easy to do the right thing. And when I feel alone, angry or sad, I think of the doctors working 12-hour or longer shifts who can’t hug their children when they finally get home.

LAUDOLFF: Protesting stay-at-home orders unsafe, unproductive

Ohio residents protest against state restrictions amid COVID-19. Photo via Flickr.

Nicole Laudolff, Opinions Columnist

April 23, 2020

Voicing your opinion is an undeniably important part of provoking change. However, in the midst of a pandemic, protesting simply isn't a safe or productive option to do so.