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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: New Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement editor position vital

Hope Moses, Opinions Columnist May 4, 2021
The new Marquette Wire position, Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement editor, is important for creating content that serves and represents the Marquette community.
Many Generation Zers use social media on a regular basis. Photo via Flickr

KOCH: Social media use requires mindfulness

Jenna Koch, Opinions Columnist May 4, 2021
Our social media usage must change with us.

HOGAN: Sticking with it and changing for the better

Shane Hogan , Executive Sports Producer May 4, 2021

My second semester of college had just started, and I knew I needed to get involved in something. After my first semester, where I had thoughts of transferring, changing majors and feeling left out, I...

ST. ONGE: Who would have thought

Natallie St. Onge, Executive Director May 4, 2021

I had four years to prepare for this moment. Yet I stare at a blinking cursor, waiting for the next thought to come to mind. Four years to start, to jump into the deep end and continue to learn and...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: MU needs to prioritize sustainability for planet, prospective students

Joseph Miscimarra May 4, 2021

Earth week is over, but that doesn’t mean we can stop talking about sustainability. In fact, as our atmosphere continues to heat up, the need for climate action only grows more urgent, both on global...

The new College of Business Administration building is being built on the green space next to the Alumni Memorial Union.

PATEL: Implementing new green space on campus crucial to student well-being

Krisha Patel, Stringer April 28, 2021
Marquette should implement another green space on campus in order to prioritize the well-being of students. 
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RUFFOLO: Higher education must value learning, not profit

Lucia Ruffolo, Opinions Columnist April 27, 2021
Academia and higher-level education must change its accessibility to others and how it chooses to promote student learning. 
A mural of Breonna Taylor, who was killed by police officers in her apartment March 2020. Photo via Flickr

MOSES: Black women, girls matter too

Hope Moses, Opinions Columnist April 27, 2021
Black women's needs and gendered experiences are minimized or ignored while emphasizing that Black lives matter — just not ours.
Protester holds a Black Lives Matter sign during protests after the killing of George Floyd May 2020. Photo via Flickr

PICKART: Chauvin trial ruling matter of human rights, not politics

Max Pickart, Opinions Columnist April 27, 2021
The jury in the Derek Chauvin trial did the right thing, not the courageous thing. It is the bare minimum standard of accountability. 
In-person commencement will be held at American Family Park, previously Miller Park.

EDITORIAL: MU should recognize all graduates at in-person commencement

April 27, 2021
The university must ensure that all graduating students are recognized, even if they don’t decide to attend in-person commencement. 

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: An Earth Day reflection

Katie Robertson April 22, 2021

What does it mean to be the difference? You can say you support difference-makers and talk about the causes of the future. However, without action, words are just words. True difference making comes from...

NASA is planning a space mission for 2024. Photo via Flickr

KOCH: Space travel inaccessible backup plan for the future

Jenna Koch, Opinions Columnist April 20, 2021
We need to focus on creating a sustainable Earth rather than relying on space as our backup. 
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