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Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

MOSES: A Letter to America - One Year Later

MOSES: A Letter to America – One Year Later

Hope Moses, Assistant Opinions Editor October 19, 2021
America, you got it all wrong. I am not your shadow, you are mine; I am always one step ahead of you.
Marquettes mens basketball team plays in the Fiserv Forum.

EDITORIAL: MU community must treat female, male athletes equally

October 19, 2021
There is a clear difference in how women and men are treated in the athletic department at Marquette.
Graphic by Alexandra Garner

CADY: Sexual assault cases need sufficient attention, resources

Grace Cady, Opinions Columnist October 19, 2021
Sexual assault victims are neglected by a system that’s purpose is to protect them. This needs to change.
Graphic via Flickr

NIEZGODA: Streaming services should protect artists

Laura Niezgoda, Opinions Columnist October 19, 2021
Money is not everything. Streaming services need to commit themselves to the art of music and support music artists.
Graphic by Alexandra Garner

CADY: Police neglect missing people of color

Grace Cady, Opinions Columnist October 12, 2021
As a country, as citizens of the world and human beings, we cannot remain neutral or silent when people of color go missing. It is time to do better.
Facebook had a six-hour outage Oct. 4. Photo via Flickr

NIEZGODA: Big tech outage signal to take break

Laura Niezgoda, Opinions Columnist October 12, 2021
Want a bit of your power back from big tech companies? Take a break from social media.

KOCH: Environmental movement must move beyond aesthetics

Jenna Koch, Columnist October 12, 2021
Beyond the aesthetics of the environmental movement, there is an urgent need to create and implement environmental change in our societies. That is what we, as humans, should focus on.
The Marquette Wire newsroom is located on the second floor in Johnston Hall. Marquette Wire stock photo

EDITORIAL: Marquette Wire must stay committed to inclusivity

October 5, 2021
As an organization, the Marquette Wire has made significant strides towards inclusivity but, our job is not done.
The Plant Powered and Simple Servings stations are located in The Commons.

CADY: More food options on campus positive for students

Grace Cady, Opinions Columnist October 5, 2021
As dietary restrictions across the nation increase, the University has made significant efforts to address food inclusivity on campus.
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BENJAMIN: Halloween cult classic provides LGBTQ representation, spaces

Abi Benjamin, Opinions Columnist October 5, 2021
“Rocky Horror Picture Show” defied all odds in its time and continues to be an example of togetherness, inclusivity, and authenticity in our modern society.
Dining halls across campus like The Commons require students to use their MUID to enter.

KOCH: Student identification policy needs flexibility

Jenna Koch, Opinions Columnist October 5, 2021
Marquette needs to allow students to access dining halls without an MUID. Simple.

NO PLANET B: The three Rs: Following the waste hierarchy as a college student

October 5, 2021

This is a column part of a monthly series called "No Planet B" written by Sustainability & Energy Management Coordinator Chelsea Malacara and her sustainability interns. This series aims to provide...

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