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The Marquette Bubble: Students experience life within boundaries

The Marquette Bubble: Students experience life within boundaries

October 14, 2020

Beyond Marquette’s campus, students are often warned against going further west than 20th or 21st streets and taught to be wary if walking farther north than State Street.

University Presidents: Marquette’s leaders have left impacts on campus

University Presidents: Marquette’s leaders have left impacts on campus

October 14, 2020

In his biography on the library website, it is noted that Raynor’s tenure is the longest of any president in Marquette’s history. According to this bio, “more than half of the university's 96,000 living alumni graduated during his presidency.”

Jesuit Roots: A look back at Marquette’s Catholic Jesuit foundation

Jesuit Roots: A look back at Marquette’s Catholic Jesuit foundation

October 14, 2020

The Jesuits decided to establish Marquette when Milwaukee's first archbishop, Rev. John Martin Henni, expressed an interest in founding a Catholic, Jesuit university in the city.

Professors disheartened by potential layoffs

Professors disheartened by potential layoffs

October 6, 2020

The shortfall Marquette is facing is based on known and exacerbated losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic, along with an enrollment decline, Provost Kimo Ah Yun relayed in an email to the Marquette Wire. 

Intertwined

August 24, 2020

Barriers to receiving proper healthcare treatment directly affects the disproportionate rates with which African Americans contract COVID-19.

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