Marquette Wire

Impeachment views see no change in latest Marquette Law School Poll

Impeachment views see no change in latest Marquette Law School Poll

Nicole Laudolff, News Reporter

December 13, 2019

The poll, released Dec. 12 and conducted Dec. 3-8, found 40% of Wisconsin voters in favor of impeachment, while 52% are opposed and 6% are undecided.

BREAKING: Car catches fire across from Al McGuire Center

BREAKING: Car catches fire across from Al McGuire Center

Natallie St. Onge, Managing Editor of the Marquette Journal

December 8, 2019

Officials on the scene did not provide details.

BREAKING: Shots fired near Wisconsin and 22nd

BREAKING: Shots fired near Wisconsin and 22nd

Annie Mattea, Executive News Editor

December 8, 2019

The alert said more information will be sent via email to Marquette students, staff and faculty when available.

MUSG Senate passes exemption for executive vice president

MUSG Senate passes exemption for executive vice president

Kate Hyland, News Reporter

December 3, 2019

Executive Vice President Dan Brophy said his part-time status will not negatively affect his MUSG position because he will have less academic work and more time to focus on MUSG responsibilities.

Students celebrate Trans Day of Remembrance through art

Students celebrate Trans Day of Remembrance through art

Shir Bloch, News Reporter

December 3, 2019

"With art, there is so much overlap between issues of sexuality and social justice, so the fact that there is this collaboration is really showing the culmination of this issue and how we can show it to the public,” Ben Lash, Art Club president, said.

Law School Poll shows Trump ahead of Biden, other Democratic candidates

Law School Poll shows Trump ahead of Biden, other Democratic candidates

Alexa Jurado, Assistant New Editor

December 3, 2019

The poll, released Nov. 20 and conducted Nov. 13-17, shows that Trump is favored by 47% of respondents while Biden holds 44%.

Innovation Kitchen hosts mac ‘n cheese and pizza making event

Innovation Kitchen hosts mac ‘n cheese and pizza making event

Matthew Choate, News Reporter

December 3, 2019

Sara Maveal said the purpose of the event was to “tell everyone about this kitchen and what we do, and then teach them some basic food items.”

Office of Community Engagement combines with Office of Corporate Engagement and Partnerships

Office of Community Engagement combines with Office of Corporate Engagement and Partnerships

Nicole Laudolff, News Reporter

December 3, 2019

Stolarski said no positions were eliminated by combining the offices but said the consolidation does allow for certain "operational efficiencies."

Marquette graduate runs for Milwaukee mayor

Marquette graduate runs for Milwaukee mayor

Annie Mattea, Assistant News Editor

December 3, 2019

Rasky declared his candidacy for mayor formally through needed paperwork March 9, 2017.

Looking back: Progress on MUSG campaign promises

Looking back: Progress on MUSG campaign promises

Alexa Jurado and Natallie St. Onge

December 3, 2019

When President Sara Manjee and Executive Vice President Dan Brophy won the election in March 2019, they received nearly 68% of the student vote.

University celebrates International Education

University celebrates International Education

Andrew Amouzou, News Reporter

December 3, 2019

The events have varied, but each event is an effort to highlight the international initiatives and people who help make Marquette a globally-relevant campus.

University names Kimo Ah Yun permanent provost

University names Kimo Ah Yun permanent provost

Natallie St. Onge and Annie Mattea

December 2, 2019

The university conducted a nine-month search with dozens of candidates across the country.