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Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

Cafe Con Leche creates community through coffee

Cafe Con Leche creates community through coffee

Connor Baldwin, News Reporter October 19, 2021
The first-ever Cafe Con Leche was initiated by the Center of Engagement and Inclusion and was picked up by the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion.
The College of Nursing has received a $1.5 million grant to for the advancement of tele-health and virtual care at Marquette

College of Nursing receives $1.5 million grant for telehealth development

Hannah Hernandez, News Reporter October 19, 2021
Marquette's College of Nursing has received a $1.5 million grant for the advancement of telehealth and the development of digital care through the Marquette Telehealth-Virtual Care Model.
At the Alumni Memorial Union they will be accepting donations for gently used clothing, accessories and school supplies for any students who wish to stop by and donate.

Sustainability efforts continue on campus

Connor Baldwin and TJ Dysart October 19, 2021
For some, sustainability can be illustrated in simple ways such as recycling, turning off lights when leaving a room or simply educating other peers about sustainability itself. 
Pronouns pins were given out at the LGBTQ+ resource centers Out and About event

Campus celebrates LGBTQ+ History Month

Clara Lebron, News Reporter October 19, 2021
October is LGBTQ+ history month. Members of the Marquette community have been acknowledging the month in different ways
The Finding God in All Things retreat will take place Oct. 29-30

Campus organizations offer fall retreats to students

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter/Copy Editor October 19, 2021
As midterms finish and fall break approaches, Marquette University campus organizations will host their fall retreats to allow students a chance to relax and unwind.
Indigenous peoples day has been recognized by the U.S. government (graphic from UW-Madison office of Diversity, equity, and inclusion)

“A symbol of perseverance”: Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Julia Abuzzahab, Assistant News Editor October 19, 2021

Content warning: This story mentions multiple instances of sexual, physical, mental and cultural abuse. "On Indigenous Peoples' Day, we honor America's first inhabitants and the Tribal Nations that continue...

Marquette University adopts land and water acknowledgement

Marquette University adopts land and water acknowledgement

Julia Abuzzahab, Assistant News Editor October 9, 2021

Created in partnership with Marquette's Native American Students Association, Marquette Today announced that "the university has adopted a land and water acknowledgment to recognize the long history of...

The phrase #LovellStrong gains momentum on Marquettes campus.

University embraces “Lovell Strong”

Julia Abuzzahab, Assistant News Editor October 5, 2021
President Lovell's daughter, Anna Lovell, started the slogan "LovellStrong."
A recent law school poll indicates mixed opinions on the Supreme court

Recent Law School poll finds partisan divides on Supreme Court job performance, COVID-19, Afghanistan and election results

Claire Driscol , Assistant News Editor October 5, 2021
A recent Marquette Law School poll found a mixed set of views on topics ranging from Supreme Court job performances, withdrawal from Afghanistan, COVID-19 policies and election results. 
The Marburg memorial lecture will take place Oct. 15

Marburg Memorial Lecture to take place Oct. 15

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter/Copy Editor October 5, 2021
The lecture is named after the late Theodore F. Marburg, a long-time Marquette faculty member of the economics department, and was created from funds donated by the Marburg family as well as through the support of the Center for Applied Economics.
A picture of the 414 Fellows on retreat

414 Fellows program

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter/Copy Editor October 5, 2021
414 Fellows uses Marquette's mission-driven education to help students make a meaningful difference in the lives of Milwaukee's youth
A student receiving food from the Simple Servings station

Students with dietary restrictions reflect upon the options they have in dining halls

Phoebe Goebel, News Reporter October 5, 2021
With the rising numbers of dietary restrictions among youth, there are differing opinions of whether Marquette's campus has the proper accommodations.
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