Marquette Wire

Raynor experiences power outage

Raynor experiences power outage

Alexa Jurado, News Reporter

April 6, 2019

Although there is a power outage in the area at an intersection on Wells Street, WE Energies said they were not aware of the Raynor outage and said the electricity for Raynor is connected to other buildings in the area.

Car crashes near Alumni Memorial Union

Car crashes near Alumni Memorial Union

Natallie St. Onge, Executive News Editor

April 6, 2019

The car appeared to have turned on its side. The Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office taped off the area.

Marquette’s Center for Peacemaking celebrates its 10-year anniversary

Marquette’s Center for Peacemaking celebrates its 10-year anniversary

Autumn Hirchert, News Reporter

April 2, 2019

The panel reflected on the changes that the Center for Peacemaking has seen over the years as well as how it has impacted each of the member's lives. 

TEDxMarquetteU hosts first event

TEDxMarquetteU hosts first event

Alex Garner, News Reporter

April 2, 2019

Kyle Hagge, a graduate student in the College of Arts & Sciences, said the theme of the event, "Rooted" was selected because a lot of people are established in Milwaukee.

University launches website for growing first-generation student population

University launches website for growing first-generation student population

Emma Tomsich, News reporter

April 2, 2019

Marquette University launched a website dedicated to their growing population of first generation students.

College admissions scandal concerns Marquette students

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter

April 2, 2019

Marquette students reflect on how college admissions scandal makes them feel.

Marquette students work with Project RETURN to serve Milwaukee community

Marquette students work with Project RETURN to serve Milwaukee community

Alexa Jurado, News Reporter

April 2, 2019

Project RETURN offer various services for those who have been incarcerated in the Milwaukee community, including employment services, alcohol and drug counseling, housing services and support groups.

St. Baldrick’s allows Marquette students and staff to show support for childhood cancer

St. Baldrick’s allows Marquette students and staff to show support for childhood cancer

Molly Glowacki, News Reporter

April 2, 2019

Marquette University Evans Scholar students hosted their biggest philanthropy event, the St. Baldrick’s Event, on March 30 to support childhood cancer research.

Manjee and Brophy ticket wins MUSG election

Manjee and Brophy ticket wins MUSG election

Bryan Geenen, News Reporter

March 29, 2019

Manjee will be MUSG's next president, while Brophy will be the next executive vice president.The ticket received about 68 percent of the votes. There were 2,216 votes cast March 28. 

Active crime scene investigation on 19th Street and Wisconsin Avenue

Active crime scene investigation on 19th Street and Wisconsin Avenue

Natallie St. Onge, Executive News Editor

March 29, 2019

An email sent at 10:05 a.m. to students said members of the Marquette community are urged to stay clear of the scene.