Marquette Wire

ASMU asks police to speak at forum

Steve Rushin

October 30, 1985

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 of topics opened at Tuesday night's Senate meeting. ASMU has reserved the...

Warriors not at Center yet

Steve Rushin

October 22, 1985

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 been decided yet" about where the team will play its home games once the new...

Alternatives sought for the non-drinkers

Steve Rushin

October 7, 1985

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 they have to drink," said Mike Kujawski, president of the Boost Alcohol...

Police plan crackdown on neighborhood parties

Steve Rushin

September 16, 1985

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 came at a hastily called meeting at the Brooks Memorial Union among beer...

Avoid renting hassles by knowing your rights

Steve Rushin

September 4, 1985

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." Obtain a copy of the administrative rules governing the landlord-tenant...

Raynor answers media critics

Steve Rushin

April 23, 1985

Speaking to host Patrick Olsen on WMUR's "Newsmakers" program, Raynor addressed separate articles appearing in the Milwaukee Journal and the Marquette Tribune which questioned the president's ethics in obtaining a reported $2 million from Violet Holthusen, who died in December of 1984.," Marquette...

NASA Gear exhibit out of this world

Steve Rushin

March 27, 1985

Twelve million dollars worth equipment from the space shuttle's recovery system was on display Saturday at the College of Engineering's open house. The shuttle display was sponsored by NASA. Engineers who helped design the equipment were present to explain the complicated materials. Among some...

GE recruiter mixes interview formula

Steve Rushin

January 29, 1985

Students looking for jobs were given a view last Thursday from behind the desk of an interviewer, when a corporate recruiter explained what he and others like him look for in job candidates. Ken Dahlstrom, who spoke on "What Recruiters Look for in Job Candidates," is an engineer with General Electric...