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Marquette Wire

Actor Linda Lovelace was sexually exploited in the 1972 film Deep Throat. Photo via Flickr

NIEZGODA: Sex positivity has negative effects on current narrative

Laura Niezgoda, Opinions Columnist November 9, 2021
Sexual experiences should leave participants fulfilled and connected —not used and exploited.
Marquette University needs to its improve its mental health resources for students. Marquette Wire stock photo

PATEL: MU must dedicate more resources toward mental health

Krisha Patel, Stringer November 9, 2021
As students continue to navigate these strange times, their mental health should come first

NO PLANET B: A Day in the Life of a Marquette Student in 2030: A Sustainable Future

November 2, 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...

Veterans Day is Thursday, November 11. Photo via Flickr

MOSES: Veterans need better resources

Hope Moses, Assistant Opinions Editor November 2, 2021
The Land of the Free and Home of the Brave would not be possible without our military. Let's put some respect on their name.
The fashion show was hosted in the ballroom of the Alumni Memorial Union.

NIEZGODA: Marquette must revitalize college experience

Laura Niezgoda, Opinions Columnist November 2, 2021
The University has done little to acknowledge the needs of students as they navigate life after COVID-19.
The original 1869 Willhelm Lamprecht painting depicts Father Pere Marquette and the Indigenous individuals who would have guided him on his journey form the Wisconsin River to the Mississippi River. Photo via Marquette University Special Collections and University Archives

EDITORIAL: MU must support Indigenous community on campus

November 2, 2021
While the land and water acknowledgement is a step in the right direction, supporting and protecting the indigenous community goes far beyond that.
The Facebook Papers were recently presented in front of the U.S. that showed how the company was prioritizing profit over people. Photo via Flickr

CADY: ‘Facebook Papers’ alarming, company must be held accountable

Grace Cady, Opinions Columnist November 2, 2021
Social media plays a significant role in our modern age which that begs the question: how much do we, as society, really know?
Marquette womens basketball gathers in a huddle during its practice Sept.15. (Photo courtesy of Marquette Athletics.)

LEUZZI: Marquette has arrived, so why can’t the BIG EAST give them some respect?

John Leuzzi, Executive Sports Editor October 26, 2021

Editor’s Note: This sports column contains opinionated statements. It is no secret that the partnership between Marquette University and women's basketball head coach Megan Duffy has been a winning...

ODonnell Hall was a residence hall on Marquettes campus. Marquette Wire stock photo

MCCAUGHEY: Marquette abiding by law, not Jesuit values

Nora McCaughey, Copy Chief October 26, 2021
The inaccessibility of Marquette’s campus needs to be addressed. Only then, can the University be an inclusive environment all people can enjoy.
Fall brings changing leaves and earlier evenings.

CADY: Seasonal affective disorder legitimate issue

Grace Cady, Opinions Columnist October 26, 2021
Seasonal affective disorder is an issue that deserves more attention and resources and should be met with compassion and understanding.
Movie poster of the 1978 film Halloween. Photo via Flickr

NIEZGODA: Modern horror movies desensitize audiences

Laura Niezgoda, Opinions Columnist October 26, 2021
Modern-day horror movies have relied on the desensitization of violence in the media for profit. This needs to change.
A notice listed on the fifth floor in McCabe Apartments informs residents that the Blue Light phone is out of order.

EDITORIAL: MUPD must make safety resources reliable, accessible

October 26, 2021
The Marquette University Police Department has taken an oath to protect the Marquette community. It is time they do so.
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