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Sailing team breaks gender boundries

Natalija Mileusnic, News Reporter February 16, 2021
Sydney Egar, a '20 Marquette graduate and a past member of the sailing team, said "the executive board is a compilation of elected team members that work to organize travel, practice schedules, regattas, social events and much more."
ROTC program continues to push forward despite COVID restrictions

ROTC program continues to push forward despite COVID restrictions

Claire Driscol, News Reporter February 16, 2021
Marquette ROTC, a program that trains college students for future service in various branches of the military, continues to push forward despite the unprecedented climate COVID has brought.  
A mural dedicated to George Floyd, who's death inspired many protests against racial injustice

University makes progress on promises to Black Student Council

Megan Woolard, Assistant News Editor February 16, 2021
"Marquette has been staying true to their efforts about the things we discussed. It has been very encouraging"
Marquette Democrats possess a young executive board

Marquette Democrats possess a young executive board

Benjamin Wells, Executive News Editor February 16, 2021
Robert Miller found himself drawn to government and politics at a young age. Since fifth or sixth grade Miller knew he wanted to study politics at a university in Wisconsin or Ohio, two states he proudly calls, "his home."
The IT Services Desk is located in Cudahy Hall. Marquette Wire stock photo.

Marquette Wi-Fi services available for online classes

Charlie Pineda and Megan Woolard February 16, 2021
The tech assistants program was created back in March of last year when they went fully online due to COVID-19
Straz Tower has had many incidents only one month into the semester

Straz residence hall gets snowed in

Benjamin Wells, Executive News Editior February 15, 2021
The snowy stairwell was caused by the opening of vents in the roof above the fire escape that would usually let out smoke in the event of an actual fire.
Dr. Shital Vora attended the 2018 Marquette Medical Brigade to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the very first medical brigade she went on as an undergraduate student.

MU Grad, Dr. Vora, The CEO of Global Brigades, Returns to Campus for Mission Week Feb. 8th

Aspen Makayla Ramos, Investigative Reporter February 9, 2021
Marquette Alum, co-founder and CEO of Global Brigades, Shital Vora, had a desire for the study abroad experience, but felt she would never be able to satisfy this want due to the vigorous academic schedule she held as an undergraduate student in the Physical Therapy program.   
Brooke McCardle at a protest last semester

Female organizers at Marquette explain how difficult it is to speak up

Natalija Mileusnic, News Reporter February 9, 2021
Women from different groups within Marquette’s campus have spoken up and voiced their concerns of Marquette's senior leadership's handling of the firings.
Polar plunge fundraiser held to benefit Special Olympics Wisconsin

Polar plunge fundraiser held to benefit Special Olympics Wisconsin

Karsyn Hartsfield, News Reporter February 9, 2021
This year, with COVID-19 limitations, the club has been raising money through fundraising on social media and are working on a smaller plunge plan.
A Marquette student celebrates a past National Marquette Day

University confirms National Marquette day for Mar. 6

Claire Driscol, News Reporter February 9, 2021
National Marquette Day will take place on Saturday, Mar. 6 with a larger focus on philanthropy this year. 
The importance of Black History Month

The importance of Black History Month

Julianna Abuzzahab, News Reporter February 9, 2021
This year's Black History Month is like no other
GameStop stock has been a recent topic of conversation

University weighs in on recent jump in “meme stocks”

Benjamin Wells, Executive News Editor February 9, 2021
Two weeks ago, an extremely large group of independent investors took the New York Stock Exchange by storm
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