Marquette Wire

ROTC affirms Catholic values

adam.fritsch@marquette.edu

January 13, 2004

Filed under Opinions, Religion

Specifically, I would like to refute St. Arnold's point that the military and ROTC conflict with Catholic values, doctrine and scripture. Secondly, I would like to address Mr. St. Arnold's argument regarding the U.S. military's...

Insincerity of Vox opponents exposed

Tony Varga

December 2, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

Recently on campus, there has been considerable controversy over the attempt of Planned Parenthood student organization Vox to receive official recognition from the university. While people on both sides of the argument have voiced...

Flawed evidence casts down case of opposition

ben.seigel@marquette.edu

December 2, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

I picked up the Tribune while visiting Milwaukee this past weekend. While I have not read the entire Vox controversy in previous days' editions, I must take issue with statements made in the Nov. 20 Viewpoint by Dr. A.P. Szews...

Materialism debauches holidays

vicki.hruby@marquette.edu

December 2, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

Raynor Library is a state of the art facility. On any given night, hundreds of students are studying in the library. The library offers a variety of studying locations: reading rooms, the bridge and two floors outfitted with chairs...

Great debates revisited in fall retrospective

Bob Mate

December 2, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

The first big debate was over the gay pride flag in the AMU. That was good times. I don't think I've ever seen so many people quote the Catechism. I've never read the Catechism, but it must have been the fall's best-selling, non-stop...

Vox voices veritable positions

natalya.dobrowolsky@marquette.edu

November 13, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

We at Vox would like to congratulate Marquette for finally talking about sex and recognizing that there are multiple sides and views on reproductive issues. Vox's primary goal is to foster dialogue about sexuality among students...