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

The Haggerty Art Museum is home to more than 8,000 pieces of art

Haggerty Museum exhibit helps “enhance” MU curriculum

Hannah Hernandez , News Reporter April 5, 2022
The Haggerty Museum of Art is home to approximately eight thousand pieces of art, and they are on display at the exhibitions that are created every semester.
Milwaukee community members share the meaning behind their tattoos

Community members share through tattoos

Phoebe Goebel, News Reporter April 5, 2022
After attending a tattoo convention, DeAnda said he was hooked on tattooing, and now has been working as a tattoo artist for 10 years.
Sarah Schaefer, a child life specialist, spoke at Dance Marathon last Sunday

Helping kids through dancing and movement

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor April 5, 2022
Dance Marathon took place over the course of 12 hours, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Dance Marathon was able to raise $40,406.09.
Jada Davis is the first Black woman to win Miss Milwaukee

Miss Milwaukee makes her own history

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor April 5, 2022
The city of Milwaukee witnesses history as a Black woman is chosen as the city's Miss Milwaukee for the first time in the programs nearly 100 year history. She also happens to be a Marquette law student.
Bridgeman Flowers & Samari Price elected as MUSG President & Executive Vice President

Bridgeman Flowers & Samari Price elected as MUSG President & Executive Vice President

Julia Abuzzahab, Assistant News Editor March 30, 2022

The Marquette University Student Government announced today that Bridgeman Flowers Samari Price have been elected as MUSG President and Executive Vice President. They are the first all Black ticket...

Heiser and Harrow (above) are running against Flowers and Price (below) for MUSG President and EVP

Heiser and Harrow vs. Flowers and Price

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor March 29, 2022

Today, all Marquette University full-time undergraduate students will be eligible to vote for Marquette University Student Government president and executive vice president, as well as academic senators. There...

Recent crime near campus worries some students

Safety a concern among students

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter March 29, 2022

"In terms of safety on campus, I never felt the safest but now I don’t feel safe at all," Nora Murphy, a junior in the College of Health Sciences, said. "I’m terrified to walk anywhere alone, get out...

March is Womens history month

Women’s history month at Marquette

Hannah Hernandez and Clara Lebrón March 29, 2022

As Women’s History Month ends, women and female-presenting community members let themselves be heard. "I think women's history is essential to our present. It helps us see where society has failed...

Marquette Moms is one of eight employee resource groups on campus

Community bonds over parenthood

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter March 29, 2022
Marquette Moms is a group aimed at supporting moms on campus as they strive to balance work, professional development and family.  
The University Academic Senate met March 21 to approve the program.

Medical Device Design education

Julia Abuzzahab, Assistant News Editor March 29, 2022
Clinical Immersion in Medical Device Design Certification allows participants to work in simulation labs.
Humphrey residents will now be required to swipe their student id for access to the buidling

Humphrey Hall has trial run to improve campus safety

Phoebe Goebel, News Reporter March 29, 2022

At Marquette University, the first residence hall to put the secure access process in action is Humphrey Hall, and the goal of this trial run is to see students’ feedback on the protocol. University...

As the spring season is approaching, birds begin to start their migration to Milwaukee, most likely reaching their peak migration in mid-May.

Wisconsin Avenue becomes home for MKE avians

Phoebe Goebel, News Reporter March 29, 2022
While walking down the streets of the Marquette University campus, bird poop covers the sidewalks. This begs the question, “Why do birds choose to stay in cities and densely populated areas over time?”
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