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MUSG holds Racial Justice and Equality initiative town hall

Megan Woolard, Assistant News Editor February 23, 2021

Marquette University Student Government held a virtual Racial Justice and Equality Initiative town hall on Feb.20. The town hall was a conversation between students, faculty and MUSG representatives on...

Students are encouraged to contact the Marquette Medical Clinic if they develop any symptoms of norovirus.

Two campus residence halls confirm norovirus cases

Megan Woolard, Assistant News Editor February 23, 2021
“A lot of it was nausea, body aches, abdominal pain, I just slept for most of the day," Sean McLaughlin, a sophomore in the College of Engineering and resident in Straz Tower, said. "It was relatively short though. I only had symptoms for about 12 to 15 hours.” 
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Marquette’s COVID-19 surveillance testing has been successful

Julia Abuzzahab, News Reporter February 23, 2021
Each Sunday, the selected students are sent an email announcing their mandatory test and providing a link to choose a date and time. The sign-ups occur Monday through Friday from 7-11 a.m.
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New Black Living Learning community in Carpenter

Megan Woolard, Assistant News Editor February 23, 2021
Living Learning Communities are special housing options that allow students to live with other students that have similar interests or are studying within the same academic discipline. 
Many protesters were outside of the Pabst Theater, where Biden had his townhall.

Biden has first public appearance outside of White House in Milwaukee town hall

Claire Driscol, News Reporter February 23, 2021
Biden said that every American will be eligible for the vaccine by the end of this July. 
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Doctoral engineering student passes away unexpectedly this morning

Claire Driscol, News Reporter February 18, 2021
Hira completed 12 publications, highlighting his research in wireless networks and encryption technology. 
Students are encouraged to contact the Marquette Medical Clinic if they develop any symptoms of norovirus.

Norovirus found in Straz Tower

Megan Woolard, Assistant News Editor February 18, 2021
The Milwaukee Health Department worked with Marquette Dining Services to investigate all dining and food preparation areas. After investigation, all areas were deemed to be free of contamination.
CORRECTION: Marquette community reacts to the COVID-19 vaccine

CORRECTION: Marquette community reacts to the COVID-19 vaccine

February 17, 2021

In a previous version of the story, "Marquette community reacts to the COVID-19 vaccine," it incorrectly stated that the Dean of the College of Nursing Janet Krejci said Marquette students may be able...

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Marquette student-athlete removed from team after racial slur video surfaces on social media

Benjamin Wells, Executive News Editor February 16, 2021
The university said they will not be sharing the identity of the other student involved.
Marquette community reacts to the COVID-19 vaccine

Marquette community reacts to the COVID-19 vaccine

Julia Abuzzahab, News Reporter February 16, 2021
Marquette University has received a supply of COVID-19 vaccinations that can be administered to frontline health care workers, police personnel and adults of ages 65 and over.
The Academic Senate was held virtually.

Positive outlook on COVID-19, progress on redesign of University Seal discussed at Academic Senate Meeting

Benjamin Wells, Executive News Editor February 16, 2021
"Over the last eight months, our group has been working toward updating the university seal," Karen Parr, art director for Marquette University, said at the meeting. "It's embedded into high profile spots on campus."
Joseph Daniels was named dean of the College of Business Administration in January of 2020.

Remembering Joe Daniels one year later

Benjamin Wells, Executive News Editor February 16, 2021
"He was an excellent scholar and teacher. He was a passionate leader and friend to all, and led his life through faith and love for his family," Hanley said in an email.
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