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EDITOR: Beginning of “Opening up MU” series

Jeff Engel

March 3, 2011

Today, the Tribune brings you the first installment of its “Opening up MU” series, which focuses on Marquette’s attempts to become a more welcoming campus, specifically toward the LGBT community. In many ways, it’s a...

Tracks heads to two meets over the weekend

Joe Kvartunas

March 3, 2011

The men’s and women’s track team will be sending athletes to two events this weekend, the Alex Wilson Invitational this Friday and Saturday in Notre Dame, Ind., and the Wisconsin NCAA Qualifier held Friday in Madison, Wis. The...

Soups TDZ1 TW2 DAC3 Hunger Clean-Up whets MU’s appetite for awareness

Jisun Yoo

March 3, 2011

raises $537 to combat poverty Peace, love and soups were on Tuesday’s lunch menu, served by Hunger Clean-Up in its annual Sample the Soups fundraising event. The event consisted of an all-you-can-eat soup menu, live music, an...

Marquette falls on Senior Night 67-60 against Cincinnati

Mike Nelson

March 3, 2011

Coach Buzz Williams entered Wednesday’s game having never won a Senior Night game.  That streak continued as Marquette (18-12, 9-8) fell 67-60 to Cincinnati (23-7, 10-7 Big East). On a night when senior forward Jimmy Butle...

Women’s Big East Notebook: Tourney Time

Trey Killian

March 3, 2011

Game of the Week: Cincinnati vs. No. -/22 West Virginia, Friday, March 4, 5 p.m. In the opening round of the Big East tournament, the Mountaineers are the only ranked team set to play. They will face a Bearcat team fresh of...

DPS JMC1 SNW2 DAC3

Zach Buchheit

March 3, 2011

Feb. 28 At 8:13 a.m., a Marquette University employee reported that between Friday, Feb. 25 at midnight and Monday, Feb. 28 at 8 a.m., an unknown person(s) removed an unsecured, unattended computer estimated at $846 from Coughlin...

Marshfield TDZ1 JMC2 DAC3 Dental School steps up aid in response to Marshfield

Olivia Morrissey

March 3, 2011

Marshfield Clinic, a Wisconsin-based health care system, may be planning a $10 million building billed as the second dental school in the state, but Marquette University School of Dentistry is unfazed. The MUSOD just announced t...

Students show support for Shepard, Westboro group a no-show

Andrea Anderson

March 1, 2011

Tonight nearly 100 students from Marquette, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and as far away as Madison braved the cold and rallied on 15th and Wells to show solidarity for Judy S...

Seniors put together night to remember against DePaul

Trey Killian

March 1, 2011

Marquette’s seniors — guards Angel Robinson, Tatiyiana McMorris and Courtney Weibel and forwards Jasmine Collins, Paige Fiedorowicz and Jocelyn Mellen — made their last game at the Al McGuire Center memorable with a 60-53 upset of No. 12 DePaul on Saturday night...

Men take two over Bradley, Eastern Illinois

Erin Caughey

March 1, 2011

Following the example of their female counterparts, who shut out Detroit Mercy and Wisconsin-Green Bay, Marquette’s men’s tennis team delivered two shutout victories over the weekend against Bradley on Saturday and Eastern Illinois Sunday. The Golden Eagles improved to 7-5 and are riding t...

Roll Call 3/1/11

March 1, 2011

Thumbs up Natalie Portman winning “Best Actress” Baseball spring training starting Charlie Sheen’s “winning” binges Sex and the City and Ben & Jerry’s binges Thumbs down Oscar hosts’ lackluster performance ...

DPS 3/1/11

Zach Buchheit

March 1, 2011

Feb. 24 At 5:00 p.m., a guest reported that, between 1:30 and 3:45 p.m., an unknown person(s) forcibly entered his secured, unattended vehicle in the 500 block of North 17th Street and removed property estimated at $220. Damage ...