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Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

A student walkout occurred May 6 following the leaked draft opinion of Roe V. Wade.

Marquette, Wisconsin react to overturn of Roe V. Wade

Julia Abuzzahab and Megan Woolard June 27, 2022
For members of the Marquette community and across Wisconsin, some saw the ruling as a victory for the sanctity of life, while others saw it as a threat to already vulnerable populations.
A walkout was held on Marquettes campus May 6 following the leaked draft opinion of Roe V. Wade

Marquette releases statement following Roe V. Wade decision

Julia Abuzzahab, Executive News Editor June 24, 2022

"Drawing on our Jesuit heritage, Marquette's respect for the sanctity of life is expressed in a special concern for the poor, the marginalized and the most vulnerable, which includes care for the unborn,"...

Safety Task Force approves 12 proposals for implementation

Safety Task Force approves 12 proposals for implementation

Julia Abuzzahab, Executive News Editor June 9, 2022

Before shifting into the implementation phase on June 9, the President's Task Force on Community Safety met for the last time May 31 where leaders from every safety workgroup gave recommendations. Marquette...

Walkout occurs outside of AMU for Roe v. Wade initial draft opinion

Walkout occurs outside of AMU for Roe v. Wade initial draft opinion

Marquette Wire Staff May 6, 2022

Students gathered in the lawn between the Alumni Memorial Union and Schroeder Hall to protest the leaked Roe v. Wade initial draft opinion at 10:30 a.m. The walkout lasted approximately 45 minutes and...

Protesters march on Wisconsin Avenue after Roe v. Wade initial draft opinion

Alexandra Garner, Executive Opinions Editor May 4, 2022
"I know legislation requires a lot more than just marching through the streets, but this is a really important step," Gamb said.
An MUPD officer was seen taking a photo of the poster and removing it yesterday evening.

Second triggering poster found on campus

TJ Dysart, Assistant News Producer May 4, 2022
Just two days after a racist poster was found on a lamp post outside of Cudahy Hall, a 4x6-inch sticker was found on a lamp post May 3 outside of Johnston Hall.
Marquette University President Michael Lovell posted an acknowledgement of the poster on his Instagram story.

Racist poster found outside of Cudahy Hall

TJ Dysart, Assistant News Producer May 3, 2022
A racist poster has been found on a light pole in front of Cudahy Hall and brought to public attention earlier this afternoon, but it is unclear how long the poster has been displayed.
Photo by Associated Press

Trial results look to change hostage policy

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor April 26, 2022
The James W. Foley Foundation is working to change public opinion and improve U.S. hostage policy and engagement.
Red flags were displayed outside of Lalumiere from April 19-23 to bring awareness to problematic behaviors that could be indicators of sexual and relationship violence.

Noticing Red Flags: A stance against relationship abuse

Maria Crenshaw, Assistant Projects Editor April 26, 2022
While the red flags stood out against the green grass on the central lawn, the behaviors they represented are not always so simple to notice.
Michell Castillos business, With Love, Michelle, displaying her hand-painted canvas tote bags.

MKE EIP Spring Market

Hannah Hernandez, News Reporter April 26, 2022
The market was held on South 37 and Pierce Street.
The expansion consists of the addition of five new mentors for students in the college who are all former executives.

Business school expands executive-in-residence program

Phoebe Goebel, News Reporter April 26, 2022
The executive-in-residence program aims to engage students more.
Sabra Hummus is one of the products SJP Marquette is boycotting

SJP Boycotts

Julia Abuzzahab, Assistant News Editor April 26, 2022
MUSG President Bridgeman Flowers has two days to sign BDS movement.
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