The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

Hosted by Filipinos in Alliance at the University of Illinois-Chicago, the competition had participants from high schools and colleges all over the Midwest.

The Tale of Lapu-Lapu

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter April 26, 2022
Marquette's Kultura placed first for the first time in the university's history. 
In the fall 2021 semester, international students made up 1.9% of undergraduate enrollment and 6.3% of graduate enrollment. 

JOURNAL: Moving to the Midwest

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter April 21, 2022
Students come to Marquette University from all over the world, but despite potential cultural or ethnic barriers for international students, the Marquette community still acts as one.
Student workers balance their jobs with school and extracurriculars.

JOURNAL: Everyday Workers

Julia Abuzzahab and Hannah Hernandez April 21, 2022
Student employees at MU help ensure the university is functioning smoothly.
Marquette Rock Climbing Club practices in Milwaukees Turner Hall.

Living on the edge

Catherine Fink, Sports Reporter April 19, 2022
Instead, they climb the walls inside the historic Turner Hall Ballroom basement, where students can rock climb at a concert venue
Earth Day was started in part by the efforts of Wisconsin native Gaylord Nelson

Earth Day’s Wisconsin origins

Connor Baldwin, Assistant News Editor April 19, 2022
Nelson, who was inspired by former Wisconsin governor “Fighting” Bob Lafollette for his progressive mentality, worked for environmental prosperity.
An informational lunch will be held in Zilber Hall April 20

Mentorship program begins new recruitment for 2022-23

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor April 19, 2022
Students, alumni paired in career development meetings
The state Supreme Court chambers reside on the second floor of the State Capitol building in Madison, Wisconsin.

Photo via Flickr

Marijuana legalization in Wisconsin not likely

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor April 19, 2022
Though Wednesday, April 20, or "420," is approaching, the legalization of marijuana in Wisconsin is not.
Marquette has earned the bronze designation from STARS

STARS report gives Marquette ‘bronze’ designation

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter April 19, 2022
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released the third part of the Sixth Assessment Report “Climate Change 2022: Mitigation of Climate Change" April 4.
Free speech has become a topic of conversation at Marquette and UW system schools.

First Amendment in academia

Phoebe Goebel, News Reporter April 19, 2022
The students of UW System schools were supposed to receive a survey about free speech last week, but it was delayed because of the responses from both students and faculty
Earth day is Thursday April 22

How is MKE celebrating Earth Day?

Clara Lebrón, News Reporter April 19, 2022
The implementation of Earth Day was meant to create awareness among the American public about the damage that both they as individuals and corporations were causing the environment.
All three of Marquettes a capella groups performed in Varsity Theatre April 7

A Cappella takes center stage at Varsity Theatre

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter April 12, 2022
Varsity Theatre was filled with the sound of music during the A Capella Showcase April 7 featuring all three of Marquette University's a capella groups: The Gold 'n Blues, The Naturals and The Meladies.
April is Sexual Assault awareness month

Healing in April

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor April 12, 2022
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and some members of the Marquette community are using the month as a way to reflect on the issue.
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