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Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

Students who are unsafe on National Marquette Day may have to go to the emergency room.

EDITORIAL: Be safe on National Marquette Day

February 22, 2022
Students need to remember to make safe and smart decisions on National Marquette Day.
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NIEZGODA: Marquette should lift mask mandate

Laura Niezgoda, Opinions Columnist February 22, 2022
Marquette University should end the mask mandate as COVID-19 is becoming less dangerous for the majority of the campus community.
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CADY: Book banning, burning harmful to learning

Grace Cady, Opinions Columnist February 22, 2022
Book banning in schools can be harmful to student's education and personal growth.

MOSES: Solidarity must exist beyond Black History Month

Hope Moses, Assistant Opinions Editor February 15, 2022
It is crucial that standing with the Black community extends past Black History Month.
Marquette announced MUID swipe access will be added to residence halls and campus buildings for after business hours.

EDITORIAL: Hiring staff to send safety alerts necessary

February 15, 2022
Campus safety needs to be a top priority, always.
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NIEZGODA: Sexism, abuse prevails in Greek life

Laura Niezgoda, Opinions Columnist February 15, 2022
Sorority girls experience sexism through the majority opinion. This is wrongly attributed because they do not have the legacy of rape culture that fraternities do.
U.S. Justice Stephen Breyers retirement announcement opens the opportunity for a Biden nomination.

CADY: Diversity efforts should be standard in political appointments

Grace Cady, Opinions Columnist February 15, 2022
Diversity should not be the exception—it should be the rule.
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CADY: Self-love goes far beyond the way we look

Grace Cady, Opinions Columnist February 8, 2022
The body neutrality movement encourages us to recognize what our bodies can do for us, beyond appearances.
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NIEZGODA: Fantasizing violence against women must stop

Laura Niezgoda, Opinions Columnist February 8, 2022
The content we consume dictates what our society desires, and currently, these stories depict violence against women.
The Marquette Wire is committed to serving students of color on campus. Marquette Wire stock photo

EDITORIAL: Reaffirming our commitment to the BIPOC community on campus

February 8, 2022
We know that we will make mistakes. But we are promising to continue to be better; to hold ourselves accountable and listen to communities on areas that we can do better. Beyond Black History Month, we will continue to highlight Black students year-round; the same goes for other underrepresented communities on campus.
Tom Holland starred as Spider-Man in the newest Marvel film, Spider-Man: No Way Home that was released Dec. 2021. Photo via Flickr

PATEL: Movie industry must be mindful of ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Krisha Patel, Opinions Columnist February 1, 2022
Because believe it or not, we are still in a pandemic.
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CADY: Rethinking New Year’s resolutions, mental health

Grace Cady, Opinions Columnist February 1, 2022
Checking in with yourself about New Year’s resolutions is integral to moving forward and sticking with personal goals.
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