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Tim Hanley received his bachelors in accounting from Marquette in 1974.

Photo courtesy of Marquette Today.

Dean Tim Hanley to retire at the end of the semester

Sophia Tiedge, Executive News Editor April 23, 2024

Dean of the College of Business Administration, Tim Hanley, will retire at the end of this semester. Hanley is a Marquette alum who graduated in 1974 from the accounting program. "My degree from...

MSA hopes everyone can feel welcome to attend their events.

MSA gives students who live on campus a way to celebrate Eid Mubarak

Ellie Golko April 23, 2024

Pizza, milkshakes, music and conversation filled O’Brien 150 on April 18, when Marquette’s Muslim Student Association celebrated Eid Mubarak.  Eid is a celebration for the end of Ramadan, a 30-day...

The Panelists had hands on experience with working with AI in the investment banking world. 

Photo courtesy of Kent Belasco

Professionals discuss the importance of AI and it’s impact on the future of banking

Gabe Mannion, news reporter April 23, 2024

The Marquette University Commercial Banking Program and College of Business Administration brought banking professionals to the Alumni Memorial Union Ballrooms on April 18 to discuss the use of Artificial...

Students can donate shoes in the designated boxes around campus.

Marquette Class organizes sneaker ball to give back to the community

Ruby Mulvaney, news reporter April 23, 2024

A group of students on Marquette’s campus are set to host a Sneaker Ball, where students are encouraged to wear formal to semi-formal clothing and wear their favorite sneakers. The students were connected...

Kohls said businesses can be a huge factor in mitigating environmental effects, such as businesses using money to buy carbon from the atmosphere.

JOURNAL: Burning Up

Trinity Zapotocky, Assistant News Editor April 20, 2024

Five years. That number is displayed across cities like New York, Seoul and Glasgow for everyone to see the estimated time left before climate change impacts human society in a severe way. "It seems...

The display will be up until April 19.

Photo courtesy of Marquette JSU.

Shabbat table on display to honor Israeli hostages

Ellie Golko April 16, 2024

A Shabbat table is set up in the Central Mall for Israel Week to symbolize 133 Israeli hostages remaining in Gaza after the Hamas attack on Israel in October 2023. Marquette's Jewish Student Union created...

The winning ticket discusses plans for the upcoming year.

MUSG holds annual inauguration ceremony

Megan Woolard, Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune April 16, 2024

Last Thursday, the incoming Marquette University Student Government President Amyah Brooks and Executive Vice President Amani Dalieh were sworn in. The pair were sworn in by outgoing President Abbie...

MU Student Kayley Reith inspires girls to unleash their potential

MU Student Kayley Reith inspires girls to unleash their potential

Trinity Zapotocky, Assistant News Editor April 16, 2024

Driven by her passion in STEM, Kayley Reith, a junior in the College of Arts & Sciences, self-published two children's books titled "Girls in Computer Science" and "Girls Can Be Anything" on March...

Photo courtesy Marquette University.

University President Michael Lovell addresses Academic Senate

Sophia Tiedge, Executive News Editor April 16, 2024

University President Michael Lovell addressed University Academic Senate April 15 to address growing concerns about the University’s budget. Marquette University announced plans to cut the budget...

Provost Kimo Ah Yun (Marquette Wire Stock Photo)

Q&A with Provost Ah Yun

April 15, 2024

The Marquette Wire had the opportunity to sit down with Provost Kimo Ah Yun for a 30-minute interview discussing the provost's role, the strategic plan and the future of Marquette. This interview has...

Marquettes chapter gathered outside Zilber hall to launch their platform.

Unionization chapter at Marquette held a launch event outside Zilber Hall

Sophia Tiedge, Executive News Editor April 11, 2024

Marquette faculty, staff and graduate students chanted "We are UNC-WI! We are Marquette! We will win!" outside Zilber hall April 11 at 1:00 p.m. Marquette now has a chapter through the United Campus...

MUPD sent out a university-wide email Monday at noon.

Three subjects arrested at the flag display for “All Eyes On Gaza” week

Sophia Tiedge and Julia Abuzzahab April 10, 2024
MUPD sent out a university-wide statement today at noon. They said the subjects were charged with trespassing and theft for taking property from the flag display. One subject was in possession of a gun but had a concealed carry permit.
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