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Inquiring Ignatius: The Duality of Jesuit Missionaries
Encouraging Inclusivity

Encouraging Inclusivity

April 8, 2021

Over 700 international students from 68 different countries study at Marquette University.

A New Type of Study Abroad

A New Type of Study Abroad

April 8, 2021

International travel has become a labyrinth of late-stage lockdowns and pandemic protocols.

Conflicts and Crises

Conflicts and Crises

April 8, 2021

International conflicts continue to occur, with the response to the pandemic highlighting pre-existing issues of equity and an instinct toward focusing on domestic responses during times of crisis. 

Campus clean-up and sustainability

Campus clean-up and sustainability

April 6, 2021

“When the snow melted, there were a lot of disposable masks on the street,” Tan said. “I live by Straz Tower, and whenever I walk across the bridge, I feel like I always see some type of trash. I try to pick it up when I see it.”

Reform, defund, abolish MUPD: students and professor weigh in

Reform, defund, abolish MUPD: students and professor weigh in

November 17, 2020

Determined pleas for equity reverberated across the nation, making their way to demonstrators on Marquette’s campus. As the Black Student Union, the Native American Student Association and the Marquette Academic Workers Union organized separately for administrative change throughout the fall semester, a leitmotif emerged: a heralding call to reimagine the on-campus police force. 

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