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The student news site of Marquette University

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ODonnell Hall was a residence hall on Marquettes campus. Marquette Wire stock photo

O’Donnell Hall closed

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter/Copy Editor September 21, 2021
O'Donnell Hall has been closed down for the 2021-22 school year
Diversity and inclusion efforts have continued at Marquette

An update on Diversity and Inclusion efforts at Marquette

Hannah Hernandez, News Reporter September 21, 2021
The Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion has been working to increase diversity and inclusion through organized dialogues, online programs, and critical hires.
Marquette Society of Women Engineers organizers discussed the importance of female representation in male-dominated fields.

Breaking the glass ceiling: Marquette Society of Women Engineers make plans for the upcoming semester

Phoebe Goebel, News Reporter September 21, 2021
Marquette Society of Women Engineers strives to help females advance their academic and leadership skills.
An academic senate meeting was held Sept. 20

University Faculty committee on Budgets and Financial planning passes unanimously

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor September 21, 2021
After a year long battle between administration and Marquette community members, that resulted in a series of protests, over faculty input surrounding the university budget. This is a step towards achieving shared governance. In this case, shared governance means meaningful faculty input on how the university budget will affect academic affairs.
The St. Joan of Arc chapel is currently undergoing restoration

St. Joan of Arc Chapel Restoration

Hannah Hernandez , News Reporter September 21, 2021
“It is important to keep the legacy and history alive. It is a symbol of hope and long-suffering. It signifies that hope is never lost,”
The first Social Justice for Palestine meeting was on Sept. 16

Social justice for Palestine

Connor Baldwin, News Reporter September 21, 2021
Social Justice for Palestine is an organization at Marquette that brings informational awareness to the ongoing crisis in Israel-Palestine
Marquette Civic Dialogues hosts their first kick-off event on Sept. 15

Marquette Civic Dialogues hosts first kick-off event

Julia Abuzzahab, Assistant News Editor September 21, 2021
"The program itself is based around one very simple question, 'what should we do?,'"
Marquette University Student Government holds elections for 2021 residential senators.

MUSG elections

TJ Dysart, News Reporter September 21, 2021
"I am excited about the elections and running for the commuter senator position," Adeel Raza said.
Marquette university, Sept. 12 2001

9/11 through the eyes of former Marquette students

Claire Driscol, Assistant News Editor September 14, 2021
“Usually, when she landed, she’d call and just say she made it back safely. She hadn’t that night.” 
The Muslim student association works to connect students

Muslim Student Association connects interfaith students

Connor Baldwin, News Reporter September 14, 2021
The Muslim Student Association is an organization on campus that works to bring Muslim students together and connect them to students with the same faith and tradition.
Members of the Marquette community reflect on 9/11

Marquette Faculty Remember 9/11

Connor Baldwin, News Reporter September 14, 2021
Nowadays it is difficult to visualize a time before 9/11, as many students weren't conscious of the event or even born before it
Jesuits reflect on how they kept their faith amidst tragedy

How Jesuits kept faith amidst tragedy on September 11th, 2001

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor September 14, 2021
Twenty years have passed since that Tuesday morning drive home. Since then, McNulty has gained a lot more perspective on both the event and what it means in relation to his faith.
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