Marquette Wire

MUSG shows its feminine side

Rikida Starace

August 28, 2003

Filed under News, Student Government

Senior Kate Agnew, Marquette University Student Government's president, is one of only five female presidents in the history of Marquette. Although she is part of this minority, Agnew said she doesn't seperate herself because...

MUSG encourages student involvement

Rikida Starace

August 25, 2003

Filed under News, Student Government

The organization is broken into five main departments: communications, elections, financial, program board and Senate. The program board, run by Program Vice President Sophia Rodriguez, a senior, handles the concerts, entertainers,...

DPS Reports

Katie Hinderer

August 25, 2003

Filed under Crime & Safety, News, News

2. At 11:31 a.m., an employee reported that an unknown driver caused an estimated $100 in damage to the lawn by Schroeder Complex. Aug. 16 3. At 11:22 a.m., the Milwaukee Fire Department was contacted to extinguish a smoldering...

City streets to switch direction

matt.nash@marquette.edu

August 25, 2003

Filed under Metro & Politics, News

Crossing from the Union Sports Annex to the Alumni Memorial Union will take a few extra minutes this spring. Work is underway to convert Wells and State streets from the accustomed one-way direction to two-way streets. The...

Freshmen fret over fateful 15

andrew.johnson@marquette.edu

August 25, 2003

Filed under Higher Education, News

"I don't think I'm going to eat any differently than I would otherwise," he said. Blankenheim's attitude toward eating is what health educators stress time and again — consistent eating habits. Freshman year poses a number...

DPS adds new stops to LIMO route

Emily Palm

August 25, 2003

Filed under Crime & Safety, News

The myriad of new renovations that have affected students' lives have also prompted changes from the Department of Public Safety. Because Raynor Library will be open for 24 hours, DPS has hired two additional officers to supplement...

Scholars dig in and celebrate ground-breaking of new house

Steve Rushin

November 19, 1985

Filed under Higher Education, News

A decade of waiting ended as a year of construction began Monday when ground was broken for the Evan Scholars' house on the corner of 14th and Wells streets. Nearly 50 people huddled beneath a red and white tent as a light...

ASMU asks police to speak at forum

Steve Rushin

October 30, 1985

Filed under News, Student Government

The ASMU Senate has asked Milwaukee's police chief to send three officers to Marquette to participate in an open forum with students on the subjects of sexual assault and crime prevention. That proposal was in the mixed bag...

Warriors not at Center yet

Steve Rushin

October 23, 1985

Filed under Men's Basketball, News, Sports

Lloyd and Jane Petit's decision last week to build the Bradley Center at County Stadium does not mean the men's basketball team will be heading west, according to Hank Raymonds, athletic director. Raymonds said "nothing has...

Alternatives sought for the non-drinkers

Steve Rushin

October 8, 1985

Filed under News, Student Government

Agreeing that social outlets are limited for underage and non-drinking students at Marquette, administrators and student representatives met Friday seeking remedies for the problem. "Students perceive that in order to be accepted...

Police plan crackdown on neighborhood parties

Steve Rushin

September 17, 1985

Filed under Crime & Safety, News

In light of what police described as the worst behavior in years at off-campus student parties, local beer distributors and representatives agreed Thursday to promote responsible drinking more actively. The informal agreement...

Avoid renting hassles by knowing your rights

Steve Rushin

September 5, 1985

Filed under News

Even an unfurnished apartment can come fully equipped with problems, but they can be solved by following some basic rules, said Milwaukee attorney Robert Smith. The first rule for prospective tenants is to "know your rights."...