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The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

Bob Donovan (left) and Cavalier Johnson (right) stand at their podiums.

Milwaukee Mayoral candidates debate at Marquette

Connor Baldwin, Assistant News Editor March 29, 2022
Varsity Theater at Marquette hosts one in a series of debates between Milwaukee mayoral candidates Bob Donovan and Cavalier Johnson.
Fossil Free Marquette has held protests to support their cause of fossil fuel divestment

Marquette updates endowment policy

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor March 29, 2022

Under a new endowment policy Marquette University will no longer be allowed to invest in public securities whose "primary business" is in fossil fuels. Marquette cites social responsibility as one of...

Marquette University Police Department blocked off the corner of 15th Street and Kilbourn Avenue.

BREAKING: Shooting on Kilbourn Avenue

Alexandra Garner, Executive Opinions Editor March 26, 2022

Marquette University Police Department reported a shooting near the 1500 block of Kilbourn Avenue around 12 p.m. The suspect shot and injured a non-Marquette-affiliated individual, and fled on foot. The...

Nowruz Holidays celebrates new beginnings

Connor Baldwin, Assistant News Editor March 22, 2022
Nowruz, the Iranian new year, is celebrated in the Alumni Memorial Union Ballrooms with song and dance and food bringing together the Persian culture.
The Meladies are an all-female a capella group on campus

The Meladies: female a cappella group

Phoebe Goebel, News Reporter March 22, 2022

Marquette University students take the stage performing with one single instrument: their voices. The Meladies is an all-female a cappella group at Marquette that focuses on building sisterhood and bonds...

2021 was a record year for hate crimes against Asian Americans in the United States

Anti-Asian hate crimes continue to increase over year

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor March 22, 2022

“In 2021 there were overwhelmingly more hate crimes directed against Asians or Asian-American people than 2020 and yet this conversation isn’t on the forefront of our minds and in our discussions as...

Lovell helped serve the Marquette community pieces of cake as they celebrated his birthday.

Lovell’s Birthday bash draws crowd at AMU

Julia Abuzzahab, Assistant News Editor March 22, 2022
Celebrating President Lovell's birthday, Marquette community members ate cake, signed birthday cards and sang to Lovell.
MU takes action on climate

MU takes action on climate

Hannah Hernandez, News Reporter March 22, 2022

U.S. greenhouse gas emissions rose by 6.2% last year compared with 2020. With climate change continuing to impact society, humans can find an example from an unexpected source, honeybees. Chelsea Cook,...

The Carl Collective will be directed by Marquette alums Erik Brooks and Angelo Trozzolo.

Trozzolo Communications group expands to MU

Julia Abuzzahab, Assistant News Editor March 22, 2022
The Carl Collective offers a wide variety of marketing communications related services.
Students find ways to explore faith on campus

Finding Faith

Hannah Hernandez, News Reporter March 22, 2022
It's important that it's a dialogue to bring our faith to bring our intelligence, to bring our emotional intelligence, to bring our whole selves and to welcome that moment. Personally, with people engaging in dialogue, talking with one another, and really, respectfully listening, just really being full of listening is a really important muscle to strengthen and to flex, and we can do that here
The Marquette Free Speech Statement has been endorsed by Marquette University faculty March 21.

Free Speech Statement endorsed by faculty

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter March 22, 2022
The Marquette Free Speech Statement includes five pillars of free speech and expression.
Putting up a fight: Marquette University Boxing Club

Putting up a fight: Marquette University Boxing Club

Phoebe Goebel, News Reporter March 8, 2022
Three times a week, the Marquette boxing club meets to practice and improve their skills. These meetings take place at the United Community Center Boxing Gym and the Rec-Plex Boxing Room. The organization offers two teams for students to participate in.
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