Marquette Wire

DPS adds new stops to LIMO route

Emily Palm

August 25, 2003

Filed under Crime & Safety, News

The myriad of new renovations that have affected students' lives have also prompted changes from the Department of Public Safety. Because Raynor Library will be open for 24 hours, DPS has hired two additional officers to supplement...

Freeway widening receives criticism

matt.nash@marquette.edu

August 25, 2003

Filed under News

Randy Romanski, WisDOT's executive director, said it has not approved or disapproved the widening of lanes. At this stage in the process, WisDOT will start on preliminary engineering and release federally required En...

Eagles take game to NBA

Sarah Sherman

August 25, 2003

Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

"The three years at Marquette have been unbelievable," Wade said. "The fan support has been unbelievable. I'm saying this with courage and confidence — everything that I can think of — and I know I have the backing of all...

Freshmen fret over fateful 15

andrew.johnson@marquette.edu

August 25, 2003

Filed under Higher Education, News

"I don't think I'm going to eat any differently than I would otherwise," he said. Blankenheim's attitude toward eating is what health educators stress time and again — consistent eating habits. Freshman year poses a number...

No. 3 all-time scorer moves to front office

Dave Rossetti

August 25, 2003

Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

The sweet-shooting former guard said he made the decision to get back into basketball after recent discussions with Crean, who coached Wardle during the 1999-2000 and 2000-01 seasons. "It's a great opportunity," Wardle said....

Freshmen learn southern hospitality

Lisa Petersen

August 25, 2003

Filed under News

Marquette's newest freshman residence hall has a colorful history. Marquette has leased South Hall, 525 N. 17th St., for the next three years to accommodate the increasing need for residence hall space, said ...

Shockey’s antics shine light on double standard

steven.piche@marquette.edu

August 25, 2003

Filed under Sports

As controversial as those things have been, I have found his antics more entertaining than anything. Usually I would just dismiss this kind of comment, but after I thought about it, I saw that there was a clear doub...

Women’s cager Alsdurf heading back to Minn.

tom.blair@marquette.edu

August 25, 2003

Filed under News, Sports

"It's unfortunate that Katie can't play out her career at Marquette," head coach Terri Mitchell said. "Katie has to do what's in her best interest, and Marquette isn't in her future plans." Alsdurf, a native of Forest Lake,...

Merritt recovers from surgery

Kim Kaiser

August 25, 2003

Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

The surgery was more of a precaution than the result of injury, Condon said. Condon went on to say that the surgery was necessary to avoid future injuries. "The procedure was not a result of a re-occurrence from a previous...

City streets to switch direction

matt.nash@marquette.edu

August 25, 2003

Filed under Metro & Politics, News

Crossing from the Union Sports Annex to the Alumni Memorial Union will take a few extra minutes this spring. Work is underway to convert Wells and State streets from the accustomed one-way direction to two-way streets. The...

Squad learns summer lessons

Jenna Merten

August 25, 2003

Filed under Golf, Sports

Junior Nathan Colson was the most successful. Colson finished third in the Wisconsin state amateur tournament, won the state Bestball tournament with junior Jason Gaare, and qualified as the sixth seed for the U.S. Amateur Public...

Hegarty

matt.nash@marquette.edu

August 25, 2003

Filed under News

For Marquette's Sigma Delta Phi fraternity chapter, the April 29 suspension was the end of a chapter. The building, completed in 2000 using funds contributed by Sigma Delta Phi alumni and donated to Marquette for...