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Marla Delgado Guerrero was named as one of Wisconsin's most powerful Latinos.

Mental health counselor featured on list of Wisconsin’s Most Powerful Latinos

Nick Magrone, News Reporter
Marquette Mental Health Counselor and Diversity Coordinator Marla Delgado Guerrero was featured on a list of Wisconsin's Most Powerful Latinos.
Protestors marched to Zilber Hall to urge Marquette to divest.

Students protest demonstration policy, deliver letter to Zilber

Jenny Whidden, Managing Editor of the Tribune
At 11 a.m. Monday morning, a group of nine Marquette students chanted as they walked along Wisconsin Avenue with signs that read "Marquette divest," "Hear your students" and "Marquette cannot silence dissent."
Runners gathered on Wisconsin Ave. for the 2019 Al & Briggs Run.

Marquette University hosts annual Briggs & Al’s Run & Walk

Nick Magrone, News Reporter
This past weekend, Marquette University hosted an annual tradition this weekend that has existed for over 40 years: The Al & Briggs Run.
The 2018 finalists of Rev Up MKE hold their checks.

West Side Partners aim to break Marquette bubble

Beck Andrew Salgado, News Reporter
In 2014, the Near West Side Partners, a non-profit organization, was founded through the support of five anchor institutions: Aurora Health Care, Harley-Davidson, Marquette University, MillerCoors and Potawatomi Business Development Corporation. Since then, Marquette has made it a mission to contribute positively to the community by hosting a series of events on and around Marquette’s campus in September, according to the Center for Peacemaking's website.
Students wait outside MUSG offices.

MUSG fall election results released today

Jack Aler, News Reporter
At 12 p.m. today, Marquette University Student Government hosted its fall elections press conference in Alumni Memorial Union 133 to announce the winners.
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McCormick Hall to be demolished by end of year

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
A wrecking ball began destroying the upper six floors of McCormick Hall last month, but the building will not be fully demolished until the end of the year.
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