Marquette Wire

Organization denied

John Heiderscheidt

October 21, 2003

Filed under News, Opinions, Religion, Social Justice

Junior Katy Rose, a member of the group trying to form VOXX, believes Planned Parenthood has been unfairly stigmatized. "I really feel Planned Parenthood has a negative connotation to it," she said. "Most people view it negatively...

Stop theft simply

Matt Kaminecki

October 14, 2003

Filed under Opinions

Perhaps it is just me, but every Tuesday and Thursday I open The Marquette Tribune to read the DPS Reports and I read about numerous cars getting broken into. It is usually the same old story, too. The car was parked on the west...

Sex proves very complex

michael.yank@marquette.edu

October 14, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

Consent coasters blunder, avoid moral matters Why is it that we are baby-talking and coddling grown men with a message, which implies that women will fall for men's selfish desires if men only "ask?" What is the message "Asking...

China’s flight launches debate on space agency

Bob Mate

October 14, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

However, Columbia has provided a chance to alter America's focus in space by showing the need for new launch vehicles. NASA spokesman Michael Braukus said that NASA's Orbital Space Plane program is developing a vehicle to carry...

Advocate of flag’s removal strikes back

Jason Keener

October 14, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

It seems that my Viewpoint about a gay pride flag hanging in the AMU has caused quite a bit of discussion among the Marquette family. However, there seems to be a much larger issue tugging at us all: Where do we find truth? Aristotle...

Actors worthy of recognition, respect

lisa.vaccarello@marquette.edu

October 14, 2003

Filed under Opinions

It is apparent that, in her column, Marianne Gosz wrote something that upset Danny Mullin. I, for one, am refreshed by the support the Tribune is giving to the theater department this year. In the past, theater majors have not...

Protests rally people to think

Craig Reinbold

October 14, 2003

Filed under Opinions

Setting specific political ideologies aside for a moment, I would like to focus on the benefits of public protesting. Not only is this an exercise of our rights, it is an exercise of our minds. This second reason is going to be...

Language needs liberation from helotry of like

Marianne Gosz

October 9, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

The word "like," in its slang form, became a Beatnik buzzword in the 1950s and first caught the attention of linguists in the 1980s after it was popularized by "Valley Girls." For example, it is not uncommon to hear, from females...

BBQ stokes fires

Megan Bartelt

October 9, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

Earlier this week, I was invited by some gentlemen to sign up for the Barbeque for Animal Rights. I proceeded to inform them that they had to be joking: Such a thing would obviously be a contradiction in terms, and in any case,...

Sex on campus shows need for VOX group

natalya.dobrowolskyelyssechay@marquette.edu

October 9, 2003

Filed under Opinions

Whether you want to believe it or not, Marquette students are having sex. Stop the average Marquette student, and they will agree that the Marquette student population is just as sexually active as any public school population....

Athlete wishes he were theater major

danny.mullin@marquette.edu

October 9, 2003

Filed under Opinions

In response to Marianne Gosz's column two weeks ago, I would like to set the story straight. While Sarah Sherman's column took into account an average student athlete's time commitments for a given week, she didn't look specifically...

MU students must build awareness of mental health issues

jessica.jolly@marquette.edu

October 9, 2003

Filed under Opinions

It is the friend who seems to drink more beer than water, who misses class, life and conscious thought. He is defensive when asked about his drinking habits. He is an alcoholic in every sense of the word. Chances are you know...