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Marquette Wire

A noise thermometer poster outside the construction site around the St. Joan of Arc Chapel.

KOCH: Noise pollution harmful to campus, community

Jenna Koch, Opinions Columnist September 7, 2021
As much as this seems like a trivial issue, loud, disruptive noise can be detrimental to the health of a community.

KOCH: Foraging possible solution for climate justice

Jenna Koch, Opinions Columnist August 31, 2021
The antidote to climate despair is not hope — it is connection.
Mask Up Marquette posters encourage students to wear their masks in indoor public spaces.

EDITORIAL: Commend MU for implementing mask mandate

August 31, 2021
Marquette's decision to require students, faculty and staff wear masks in indoor public spaces on campus prioritizes everyone's health and well-being.
COVID-19 cases have been on the rise due to the Delta variant. Photo via the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

GARNER: Individualism cannot continue during pandemic

Alexandra Garner, Executive Opinions Editor August 31, 2021
In order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and protect others, we must sacrifice our wants for the greater good.
Students must wear masks in indoor public spaces on campus.

CADY: Beginning again in strange times

Grace Cady, Opinions Columnist August 31, 2021
In order to have a safe and fun college experience, we need to prioritize the safety of those around us.
As we try to move forward and away from the pandemic, we should also strive for connection and community.

GARNER: Being mindful as we move forward

Alexandra Garner, Executive Opinions Editor August 8, 2021
While we may be eager to return to normalcy, it is important to be mindful of how the COVID-19 pandemic will shape our future. 
Denim Jeans are decorated and hung by the Raynor Memorial Library to honor Denim Day. Marquette Wire stock photo

PICKART: Men must be allies to women

Max Pickart, Opinions Columnist May 4, 2021
Following Denim Day last week, it is still clear and necessary that men must act as allies for women and the injustices they face.

BEG: Changing the world

Aminah Beg, Assistant Opinions Editor May 4, 2021

I have worked at the Marquette Wire since my first year of college, starting on the Opinions desk as a columnist. Now at the end of my time at Marquette, I will finish my four-year journey on the Opinions...

The Marquette Wire hosted Being the Difference: A Town Hall on Diversity and Inclusion May 2. Marquette Wire stock photo

EDITORIAL: Being the Difference town hall addresses campus climate

May 4, 2021
Being the difference starts with everyone who is part of the Marquette community. 

COMERFORD: Becoming the difference

Zoe Comerford, Executive Sports Editor May 4, 2021

Sitting in my high school band classroom as part of the highest jazz band as a first-year, I was told to leave organizations I lead better than I found them, and that's exactly what I have done with the...

Incoming first-year students usually attend SPARK and fall orientation in person. Marquette Wire stock photo

PATEL: Orientation opportunity important for rising sophomores

Krisha Patel , Stringer May 4, 2021
While rising sophomores have already gone through SPARK and orientation virtually, they should have the option to attend in-person with other new students.

ARSENEAU: A rediscovered passion

Kelli Arseneau, Managing Editor of the Marquette Journal May 4, 2021

When I was in middle school, I struggled to read and write. It wasn’t a physical thing. I had been a fast reader from a fairly young age, and was writing stories since I could use a pencil. But around...

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