Marquette Wire

Marquette’s beloved Tolkien manuscripts travel to Paris

Marquette’s beloved Tolkien manuscripts travel to Paris

Nicole Laudolff, News Reporter

November 12, 2019

Marquette's Tolkien selection includes original manuscripts and working drafts of "The Hobbit," "Farmer Giles of Ham" and "Lord of the Rings."

Marquette holds vigil to honor Salvadoran Martyrs

Marquette holds vigil to honor Salvadoran Martyrs

Beck Andrew Salgado, News Reporter

November 12, 2019

Campus Ministry at Marquette University held a vigil for Jesuit priests killed in 1989, as well as DACA recipients.

Task force to examine the effects of alcohol and drugs on campus

Task force to examine the effects of alcohol and drugs on campus

Alexa Jurado, Assistant News Editor

November 12, 2019

A new task force, which includes over 60 university and community members, will examine the effects of drugs and alcohol on campus.

Ramone Williams mayor campaign provides voice for people of Milwaukee

Ramone Williams mayor campaign provides voice for people of Milwaukee

Beck Andrew Salgado, News Reporter

November 12, 2019

Williams said he decided to run for mayor because of his immense love for his hometown.

Law School conference encourages water stewardship

Law School conference encourages water stewardship

Matthew Choate, News Reporter

November 12, 2019

The Marquette University Law School held a conference on water, which hosted Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett, administrators and professors from Marquette University and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and companies from the Milwaukee area.

Beyond Boundaries event focuses on strategic planning, higher education

Beyond Boundaries event focuses on strategic planning, higher education

Nick Magrone, News Reporter

November 12, 2019

Faculty, staff and students reflected on Marquette University's strategic plan, Beyond Boundaries, and envisioned a course of action going forward.

Student pleads not guilty to misdemeanor charge

Student pleads not guilty to misdemeanor charge

Shir Bloch, News Reporter

November 6, 2019

Joshua Ricchio, a sophomore in the College of Education, pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge at his preliminary court appearance Tuesday. 

NNS teams up with other nonprofit newsrooms to create News414

NNS teams up with other nonprofit newsrooms to create News414

Kate Hyland, News Reporter

November 5, 2019

The project will learn what Milwaukee residents in underserved communities want to read in the news and then send those stories directly to the residents' phones as a text message, according to its website.

Faculty Council submits revisions to demonstration policy

Faculty Council submits revisions to demonstration policy

Alexa Jurado, Assistant News Editor

November 5, 2019

The university will look at feedback from the Faculty Council on the demonstration policy after it announced Sept. 5 it would be revising the policy.

Computer science initiative continues in thanks to grant

Computer science initiative continues in thanks to grant

Matthew Choate, News Reporter

November 5, 2019

Thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation, a Marquette University science program will continue to introduce elementary, middle and high school students to the field.

Bay View alderman up against incumbent Mayor Barrett

Bay View alderman up against incumbent Mayor Barrett

Shir Bloch, News Reporter

November 5, 2019

Zielinski, a Marquette Law School graduate, has been an alderman in Bay View since 2004 and assumed his office at the same time as Barrett.

MPD Chief Morales talks crime on ‘On the Issues’

MPD Chief Morales talks crime on ‘On the Issues’

Nicole Laudolff, News Reporter

November 5, 2019

Morales, who was appointed in early 2018, faces reappointment in 2020.