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Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

Running numbers on AMUs Marquette Place Dining

Running numbers on AMU’s Marquette Place Dining

Connor Baldwin, Assistant News Editor March 1, 2022
Chow down on these Marquette Place facts
Ebony ball returns after two year hiatus

Ebony ball returns after two year hiatus

TJ Dysart, Assistant News Producer March 1, 2022
After a two-year hiatus, the Marquette University Ebony Ball was held in person in the Alumni Memorial Union Ballroom Feb. 27.
Arrupe Ambassadors encourage leadership

Arrupe Ambassadors encourage leadership

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter March 1, 2022
Arrupe Ambassadors helps provide resources to support student development and growth.
Compost Crusader program supports campus waste reduction goals

Compost Crusader program supports campus waste reduction goals

Julia Abuzzahab, Assistant News Editor March 1, 2022
Students save their food scraps for Compost Crusader pilot program.
Marquette community discusses universitys own holiday

Marquette community discusses university’s own holiday

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter March 1, 2022
National Marquette Day celebrates pride and spirit to honor Marquette's values.
Marquette Class of 1995 alumnus Marcus Lemonis  is the star of HGTV’s The Renovator, CNBC’s The Profit and chairman and CEO of Camping World. (Photo courtesy of Marquette University.)

Alumnus donates $15 million to create state-of-the-art Lemonis Center for Student Success

John Leuzzi, Executive Sports Editor February 26, 2022

Alumnus Marcus Lemonis and his wife Bobbi have donated $15 million to create the Lemonis Center for Student Success, Marquette University president Michael Lovell announced Saturday afternoon. The Lemonis...

Marquette Universitys COVID-19 response teams is looking at different mitigation strategies.

Some UW schools remove mask mandate

Megan Woolard, Executive News Editor February 22, 2022
UW-Milwaukee, Marquette, have no plans to remove mask mandate
The Opus College of Engineering meets Food Network

The Opus College of Engineering meets Food Network

Bailey Striepling, News Reporter February 22, 2022
Teams had to 3D print or use engineering technology to develop their cake decorating tools.
Rabbi Weiss speaks to students about the issue.

Jews Against Zionism hosted by Social Justice for Palestine

Connor Baldwin, Assistant News Editor February 22, 2022
New York Jewish Activist Rabbi Weiss visits Marquette in collaborations with Social Justice for Palestine discussing the difference between anti-Semiticair raids in Gaza in May 2021, flattening buildings and killing civilians. and anti-Zionism.
The office of residents life.

RA application process brings housing concerns

Connor Baldwin, Assistant News Editor February 22, 2022
The application for residents assistant has concluded and students reflect on the process and why they are interested in working this job.
Janine Geske, a professor at the Marquette Law School, said that the Roe v. Wade review must take place at the U.S. Supreme Court level.

Students react to Roe v. Wade, abortion

Phoebe Goebel, News Reporter February 22, 2022
Roe v. Wade has a chance of being overturned.

“I almost shut down and couldn’t function”: Marquette students express their concerns over safety in Milwaukee, Marquette

Max Pieper, Projects Reporter February 22, 2022

It is a Wednesday night, you are walking back to your apartment carrying groceries. A suspicious vehicle drives up and parks 20 feet in front of you. A man with a hoodie quickly gets out of the passenger...

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