Marquette Wire

Right retaliates against charges of two-facedness

Marianne Gosz

October 30, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

Terry Schiavo has been in a coma for 13 years. After several court battles, a judge granted her husband the right to remove her feeding tube so she could die a natural death. However, Schiavo's parents believed that she was somewhat...

Complaints about MU compel chagrin

andy.teske@marquette.edu

October 30, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

As far as I am concerned, you can all leave. I am of course referring to all of the people who write in to the Tribune and complain about Marquette, specifically in the Oct. 21 issue. I am well aware that Marquette is not paradise...

Pop ups proscribed by peachy programs

abraham.liebsch@marquette.edu

October 30, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

Bob Mate, in his Oct. 21 column, describes a problem commonly faced by a lot of people: a constant stream of irritating pop up ads. However, he misidentifies the source of this problem. They do not simply enter the computer over...

Student chastises

adam.madson@marquette.edu

October 30, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

Offender should still be treated with decency It is not the policy toward plagiarism or the result of such an offense that bothers me. Rather, I was very disturbed by the reaction of the student body toward the incident involving...

Trimble tramples peace

adam.madson@marquette.edu

October 30, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

The leader of British-occupied Ireland's Orange bigots — David Trimble, the parliamentary leader of the Ulster Unionist Party — is still stalling and obfuscating in his efforts to make certain that Roman Catholics will not...

Marquette Madness drives attendee nuts

allen.burbey@marquette.edu

October 28, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

Last Saturday night, some friends and I went to Marquette Madness expecting to have a great time cheering on the basketball team that made Marquette famous last year. However, shortly into the night, the four guys sitting behind...

Noise irks MU

eileen.craighead@marquette.edu

October 28, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

It has gotten to the point where it is pointless to even set my alarm for the morning because I know I will be up at 7:30 a.m. However, each night before I go to bed, I still set it in the hopes that — for whatever reason —...

Actor portrays respect

amanda.smothers@marquette.edu

October 28, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

This is a response to the Marianne Gosz, Danny Mullin, Lisa Vaccarello and Anabelle Espinosa debate about the sports and theater. First of all, I would like to thank Espinosa for coming to see two of our productions last year....

‘Geek’ wires up ITS appreciation

cris.neckar@marquette.edu

October 28, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

I would like to respond to Richard Meyer's Viewpoint pertaining to Marquette ITS. First, I am in no way affiliated with the Marquette IT Department. Now, I would just like to say that if Richard calls himself a "geek" I am ashamed...

Sex proves very complex

michael.yank@marquette.edu

October 14, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

Consent coasters blunder, avoid moral matters Why is it that we are baby-talking and coddling grown men with a message, which implies that women will fall for men's selfish desires if men only "ask?" What is the message "Asking...

China’s flight launches debate on space agency

Bob Mate

October 14, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

However, Columbia has provided a chance to alter America's focus in space by showing the need for new launch vehicles. NASA spokesman Michael Braukus said that NASA's Orbital Space Plane program is developing a vehicle to carry...

Advocate of flag’s removal strikes back

Jason Keener

October 14, 2003

Filed under Opinions, Viewpoints

It seems that my Viewpoint about a gay pride flag hanging in the AMU has caused quite a bit of discussion among the Marquette family. However, there seems to be a much larger issue tugging at us all: Where do we find truth? Aristotle...