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The paper proposes a new School of Education and Public Service.

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Community feedback sought for new school

Megan Woolard, Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune December 12, 2023

There is currently a concept paper that seeks to dissolve the current College of Education and replace it with a School of Education and Public Service that would be housed under the College of Arts &...

Ignite the Spirit 2024 calendar.

Milwaukee firefighters model for fundraising calendar

Uzair Qhavi, Assistant News Editor December 5, 2023
“When we had started that first winter, going back to 2018, we knew we've got one chance to really make a splash… I just kind of realized like we hadn't had a firefighter calendar and it's a super cliche thing,” Joe Flick, a fire lieutenant at the Milwaukee Fire Department and president of Ignite the Spirit, said.
2024 Wisconsin election outlook

2024 Wisconsin election outlook

Gabriel Mannion, News Reporter December 5, 2023
An election outlook was held with a panel of guests who spoke on what to look for in the coming election in Eckstein Hall, Nov. 29. It was hosted by Marquette Civic Dialogues.
One Love Marquette uses their instagram platform to spread awareness. 

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OneLove Marquette spreads awareness on Domestic Violence

Mia Thurow December 5, 2023

A new One Love Chapter has made its way to Marquette's campus this semester. The national One Love Foundation was founded following the 2010 death of 22-year-old University of Virginia lacrosse player,...

Students moved from table to table to learn different up-cycling skills.

Sustainability event teaches MU community how to up-cycle clothing

Sophia Tiedge, Executive News Editor December 5, 2023

Marquette University Student Government's Sustainability committee, Marquette campus sustainability and the Center for Peacemaking joined forces to host an up-cycling and DIY workshop on Nov. 29 to educate...

Students and staff were given the opportunity to discuss themes from the film.

“1913: Seeds of Conflict” Film Screening

Trinity Zapotocky, Assistant News Editor December 5, 2023

As a university, Marquette academics want to find ways to educate students about what is going on in the world. To start this, around 60 students, faculty and members of the Marquette community gathered...

Weekly News Briefs

Weekly News Briefs

Uzair Qhavi, Sophia Tiedge and Ruby Mulvaney December 5, 2023

George Santos expelled from Congress The U.S. House of Representatives voted to expel Republican Rep. George Santos (R-NY) following an ethics report. The vote, which passed 311-114, saw 105 Republicans...

MU student in custody after firework set off in residence hall

MU student in custody after firework set off in residence hall

Sophia Tiedge, Executive News Editor December 2, 2023

Marquette University Police Department responded to a student setting off a commercial firework in Wells Street residence Hall last night around 10.p.m. "Two students were found on the scene, one of...

The LGBTQ+ resource center sponsored the week events.

Fourth annual Trans* compassion week

Olivia Stanley, News Multimedia Journalist November 21, 2023
The asterisk on "trans*" serves as an umbrella term to also include people who don't identify as transgender, but their gender is different from the sex they were assigned at birth.
Melissa McMahon said she has formed relationships with the students who consistently attend her Monday night pilates class.

Group fitness instructors continue inspiring participants

Ellie Golko November 21, 2023
Melissa McMahon, a senior in the College of Business Administration, said that she has been teaching pilates for the past year and a half and currently instructs a class on Monday nights at 7 p.m. at the Rec Plex.
The program has been put under probation until next fall when it will be reviewed again.

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Physicians Assistant program under Accreditation Probation

Sophia Tiedge, Executive News Editor November 21, 2023

 The Accreditation Review Commission placed the Marquette University Physician Assistant program under Accreditation-Probation in September. The program will not be reviewed by the Accreditation Review...

Nursing Program will use Epic to help with documentation.

Nursing School introduces Epic Program

Ruby Mulvaney, News Reporter November 21, 2023
Jill Guttormson, dean of the College of Nursing, said that the system is used by 80% of the healthcare market. The Epic system is used to record all the health data of a patient. 
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