Marquette Wire

Ex-scout opens closet door

October 7, 2003

Filed under News, Social Justice

While serving as an assistant scoutmaster in 1990, Dale was dismissed from the Boy Scouts for being a homosexual. "I couldn't live with the organization I had put much effort and time into discriminating (against me)," he said. He...

Judge allows George recall to proceed

matt.nash@marquette.edu

October 7, 2003

Filed under Metro & Politics, News

The election will be Nov. 18, after an Oct. 21 primary. George opposes the legitimacy of the recall. "This is clearly an illegal criminal enterprise that Jarrel Jones and (state Rep.) Spencer Coggs and their supporters put...

UMich class tells students ‘how to be gay’

Kaitlan Tauber

October 7, 2003

Filed under News, Social Justice

The class, which is part of the English department, started in the fall term of the 2000-01 school year. "I was asked to teach a course on contemporary fiction, and I proposed to teach it on contemporary gay male fiction,"...

Labor mulls union vote

October 7, 2003

Filed under Metro & Politics, News, Social Justice

In a press release sent out by Local 317, the union trying to organize the employees, anonymous workers from Marquette claim to have had difficulty dealing with university management. "We bring up a problem and management says,...

Week aims to teach, enlighten students

jason.ivanitz@marquette.edu

October 7, 2003

Filed under News, Social Justice

They have emotional shock, denial, nightmares and intrusive memories about the assault. They have feelings of guilt, depression, fear, anxiety and anger. They have difficulty feeling safe and trusting friends, and inflict...

Writing Center relocates

Meg Lavery

October 7, 2003

Filed under Higher Education, News

The old facility used to be a residence hall and was not specific to the needs of the staff and students, said Writing Center director Paula Gillespie. Senior Sheila Keane, a tutor at the Writing Center, said the atmosphere...

Wisconsin quarter gets cheesy

Will Ashenmacher

October 2, 2003

Filed under Metro & Politics, News

The design soundly defeated the two other finalists. A scene depicting a trapper and a Native American in conversation on a riverbank meant to evoke the state's early exploration came in second. A panorama of a deer in a meadow,...

Film to cross red line at Marquette

Will Ashenmacher

October 2, 2003

Filed under News, Social Justice

Redlining is a term used to describe the "practice of economic discrimination based on a group rather than individual value," Banda said in a statement. Banda said that if members of one ethnicity, in the case of his documentary...

Al-Anon comes to campus

emily.schumacher@marquette.edu

October 2, 2003

Filed under Higher Education, News, Social Justice

Jean Grow, assistant professor of advertising and public relations, said there was an expressed interest in the immediate area which created the need for a new meeting group. The number of group members is difficult to pinpoint...

Violaters apathetic to citations

Jen Haberkorn

October 2, 2003

Filed under Crime & Safety, News

Nine thousand scofflaws are walking around Marquette's campus. The Department of Public Safety issues 9,000 parking tickets each year to faculty, students and visitors — some of whom are repeat offenders, according to Todd...

U.S. role in Liberia addressed

lyndsie.schwanebeck@marquette.edu

October 2, 2003

Filed under News

"We have a moral responsibility to those in Liberia... college students as voters need to know what is going on," Schmidt said.Schmidt said she hopes to emphasize how bad the conditions are in Liberia through her spee...

Family fun starts this weekend

October 2, 2003

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News

Parents and relatives of more than 500 Marquette students could flock to campus to participate in a familiar event with a new name this weekend. So far, 451 families have registered to at least one of the events and Schoreder...