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

Up to 6,000 tons of salt can be stored at the Milwaukee sanitation division on 14th and Walnut

Salting the streets: protecting environment, people

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor March 8, 2022
Road salt commonly contains both sodium and chloride, which can be pollutants to the environment and certain bodies of water, including drinking water.
Ukraine invasion topic at Marquette, MKE

Ukraine invasion topic at Marquette, MKE

Julia Abuzzahab, Connor Baldwin, and TJ Dysart March 8, 2022
Ukraine calls for a state of emergency.
Two years of COVID-19

Two years of COVID-19

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter March 8, 2022
Marquette's mask mandate ends in alignment with the City of Milwaukee March 1.
EPP offers courses to students inside correctional facilities in the local area.

Education preparedness program educates inmates, students

Clara Lebron, News Reporter March 8, 2022
The Education Preparedness Program started in June of 2021.
Zabdiel Pozos-Lopezs business is located in his basement in far Southwest Milwaukee.

Marquette student opens basement barber shop

Sarah Richardson, Executive News Producer March 8, 2022
First-year helps students find confidence through haircuts.
President Lovell delivers presidential address in person

President Lovell delivers presidential address in person

Julia Abuzzahab, Assistant News Editor March 8, 2022
Lovells discusses new Wellness and Recreation Facility details in his presidential address.
Students pack their bags and gather their belongings for spring break.

Spring semester’s halfway point

Connor Baldwin, Assistant News Editor March 8, 2022
Spring break is right around the corner, starting on March 12. Students wait in anticipation to start their vacation and share what they are up to.
Graphic by Kendal Bell

BREAKING: Masks no longer required in indoor public spaces on campus, beginning March 2

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor March 1, 2022
Individuals who have not uploaded proof of vaccination will still continue to undergo weekly testing for COVID-19.
Marcus Lemonis and his wife Bobbi donated $15 million to create the Lemonis Center for Student Success.

Alumni give back

John Leuzzi, Executive Sports Editor March 1, 2022
Memorial Library renamed to the Lemonis Center for Student Success.
Photo courtesy of the Office of Marketing and Communication

Seal approved by Board of Trustees

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor March 1, 2022
The updated seal artwork was done by Milwaukee-based artist and Milwaukee Public Schools art teacher, Kristelle Ulrich. Ulrich is also a member of the Oneida Nation.
No more masks?

No more masks?

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor March 1, 2022
The Marquette University COVID-19 Response Team will meet today, March 1, to discuss the university’s mask mandate.
The discussion was hosted at the 707 Hub.

Recent Civic Dialogue panel discusses free speech at Marquette

Phoebe Goebel, News Reporter March 1, 2022
Civic Dialogue has a discussion on the topic of the First Amendment within Marquette University.
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