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Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

Email Informing all Marquette sophomores to register for Bystander intervention training.

Sophomores to participate in Bringing in the Bystander program

TJ Dysart, News Reporter September 14, 2021
Marquette sophomores participate in Bringing in the Bystander, sexual assault training.
Diversity and inclusion efforts have continued at Marquette

On Your Marq program supports students

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter September 14, 2021
On Your Marq helps those on the Autistic spectrum by providing academic, social and professional development support.
According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and WorldAtlas, Milwaukee has become the sixth most dangerous city in the United States.

Safety at night

Julia Abuzzahab, Assistant News Editor September 10, 2021
Being in the heart of Milwaukee, Marquette University experiences threats of crime related activity, especially at night.
Lovell announced that he was diagnosed with sarcoma, a form of cancer.

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President Lovell diagnosed with Sarcoma

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor September 7, 2021
Lovell has been diagnosed with sarcoma, a form of cancer that affects the bones and soft tissue
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The Return of In-person Learning

Hannah Hernandez, News Reporter September 7, 2021
With COVID-19 continuing to effects lives, Marquette's campus community members reflect on the advantages and disadvantages of returning to campus. 
The proposed committee looks to improve the process of shared governance

University Budget and Financial planning committee proposed at senate meeting

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor September 7, 2021
The proposed University Budget and Financial Planning Committee looks to help improve shared governance
Riyeffs medieval reading group will continue this year

Riyeff’s Medieval reading group to continue this year

TJ Dysart, News Reporter September 7, 2021

English professor Jacob Riyeff will once again host his informal reading group for students looking to immerse themselves in medieval language and literature beyond the traditional Marquette curriculum.  After...

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Murderer of journalist James Foley, Alexanda Kotey, pleads guilty in United States Federal Court

Benjamin Wells, Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune September 7, 2021

Journalist and Marquette alum James Foley was executed by two ISIS fighters Aug. 19, 2014. Yet even seven years after his death, his legacy creates waves of change not just throughout the Marquette community...

The exhibit is a collaboration between other midwestern universities

“Double Vision” Jesuit Art Exhibit comes to Campus

Connor Baldwin, News Reporter September 7, 2021
The collection is a creative collaboration with other midwestern Jesuit universities to display works in a variety of styles. 
Late night Marquettes upcoming schedule

Late Night Marquette returns to in-person events

TJ Dysart, News Reporter September 7, 2021
They offer activities like trivia or bingo, open gym sessions, or the occasional concert with comedians or artists
Masks are still required in all indoor recreation spaces. The pool is the only exception

Gym and Rec center COVID-19 Protocols

Connor Baldwin, News Reporter September 7, 2021
This year although restrictions are still in place students can use the center to a higher functions to allow more people to enter at a time.
The City of Milwaukee is recommending booster shots to vaccinated individuals

Other UW schools COVID-19 protocols

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter September 7, 2021
Marquette’s COVID-19 protocols include uploading proof of vaccination for all students taking classes in person, as well as a mask mandate for all students, faculty and staff in indoor public spaces.
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