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Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

ITS head talks tech to MUSG

Jackie Palank November 4, 2003

Marquette was hit Monday by a number of viruses, said Kathy Lang, chief information officer for Information Technology Services. In an effort to reach students concerning the viruses and other technological...

Strong resigns, funds probed

matt.nash@marquette.edu November 4, 2003

Investigations continue into alleged improper trading practices of Richard Strong, chairman of Menomonee Falls-based Strong Financial Corp., according to Kathryn Carlson, spokeswoman for the Wisconsin...

International Affair

Celia Downes October 30, 2003

Quickly-moving information on the Internet is responsible for alerting students to the phenomenon and has given them greater access to the bargains. A 1998 U.S. Supreme Court ruling, which determined...

Teach-in to focus on social justice

Bridget Thoreson October 30, 2003

The Social Justice Teach-In 2003 will be held in the Haggerty Engineering Building on Saturday from 1 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. "We want to get a lot of people together to...

Professor debates marriage laws

Jackie Palank October 30, 2003

Marquette professor of political science Christopher Wolfe and Peter Guyon Earle, a Milwaukee civil rights attorney of the firm Earle & Brostrom, participated in a debate concerning the constitutionality...

Health fee could rise

John Heiderscheidt October 30, 2003

Of the seven dollar increase, five dollars would go toward covering inflation and mandatory costs of SHS. One dollar would go toward covering the costs of initiating formal smoking cessation services. The...

Car thefts drop on campus

david.kinowski@marquette.edu October 30, 2003

At the beginning of the current semester it appeared car thefts were becoming rampant on and around the Marquette campus, but since then the numbers have dropped significantly. The thefts have occurred...

MU staffer fired for theft

andrew.johnson@marquette.edu October 30, 2003

According to Ben Tracy, director of university communication, charges have not been filed against the clerk, but he expects them to be in the future. "We do expect this person to be charged by postal...

County crime rates continue to increase

katie.eichholz@marquette.edu October 28, 2003

While crime rates in Milwaukee County communities have increased over the past year, Marquette's numbers are down. There were 3,468 robbery cases in Milwaukee County in 2002, compared with 3,182 in...

Nobel winner recounts successes, looks to future

Jackie Palank October 28, 2003

Maguire thanked Marquette Student Government Speaker Commissioner Susan Haarman, a senior, for her persistent invitations to the campus. "I kept getting all these e-mails to my home saying 'Please come...

Few accept gifts

John Heiderscheidt October 28, 2003

Sixty students received a letter from Residence Life on May 6, notifying them of the opportunity to obtain the 75-meal block plan for both the fall semester of 2003 and the spring semester of 2004. The...

Justice minor now an option

October 28, 2003

"He's our man," Duffey said of Friman, who is on sabbatical. Duffey said the minor includes 21 hours of course work in the fields of anthropology, economics, political science, psychology, advertising...

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