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Podcast: Columnists Hughes, McCarthy discuss Tuesday night’s vice presidential debate

Podcast: Columnists Hughes, McCarthy discuss Tuesday night’s vice presidential debate

Morgan Hughes, Ryan McCarthy, and Michael Cummings
October 7, 2016
Filed under Election 2016, Opinions, Radio, Wire Featured

Assistant Opinions Editor Mike Cummings moderates discussion on Tuesday night's vice presidential debate between Governor Mike Pence and Senator Tim Kaine. Columnists Ryan McCarthy and Morgan Hughes analyze highs and lows for each candidate and discuss the impact that vice presidential debates have on...

Panel carries on Foley’s legacy

Panel carries on Foley’s legacy

Sophie Bolichq, News Reporter
October 5, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

“Jim had an interest in civilians, in the everyday person. He was always doing things for the underdog, telling their stories,” Tom Durkin, a longtime friend of Foley and adjunct professor of English, said while speaking at an "On the Issues" panel discussion, “Freelancing on the Front Lines.” The discussion happened Tuesday, Sept. 27, and was a collaboration between Marquette University and the Milwaukee Film Festival.

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VAKULSKAS: Safe spaces hurt students in long run

VAKULSKAS: Safe spaces hurt students in long run

Abby Vakulskas, Columnist
October 4, 2016
Filed under Opinions, Wire Featured

In what has turned out to be a controversial move, many colleges are choosing to call their campuses "safe spaces." These schools adopt practices in order to protect victims of sexual assault, LGBT students and others who may feel vulnerable to discrimination. Some are more stringent than others,...

How the MUPD alert system works

How the MUPD alert system works

Dean Bibens, Crime & Safety Reporter
October 4, 2016
Filed under News

Robberies are one of the most common occurrences on Marquette's campus. Over the past three years, there have been 31 reported robberies, off-campus and on public property combined.

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High participation anticipated for Homecoming

High participation anticipated for Homecoming

Abby Ng, News Reporter
October 4, 2016
Filed under News, News

The last Homecoming was in 1993, but the tradition was revived by the university and Marquette Student Government due to popular demand.

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6 things to watch for at Marquette Madness

6 things to watch for at Marquette Madness

Jack Goods, Grant Becker, and Andrew Goldstein
October 4, 2016
Filed under Men's Basketball, MUTV, Sports, Sports, Wire Featured, Women's Basketball

Here are six things to keep an eye on when Marquette's men's and women's basketball teams kick things off Friday at the highly-anticipated Marquette Madness. 1. Guards galore The men's basketball team has eight scholarship players designated as guards on the roster: Katin Reinhardt, Jajuan Johnson, ...

Henry earns first career shutout in 2-0 win over St. John’s

Henry earns first career shutout in 2-0 win over St. John’s

Grant Becker, Assistant Sports Editor
October 2, 2016
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

Marquette women’s soccer has improved step by step this season. This weekend they added a massive piece to the puzzle: solid defense. The Golden Eagles earned their first shutout of the season Sunday afternoon, defeating St. John's 2-0. Freshman goalkeeper Maddy Henry posted six saves on the way...

Volleyball splits opening BIG EAST weekend

Volleyball splits opening BIG EAST weekend

John Hand, Wire Sports Reporter
September 25, 2016
Filed under Sports, Volleyball, Wire Featured

Marquette women’s volleyball hit the road to start BIG EAST play this weekend. Their first stop was Omaha, Nebraska, where they fell 3-0 (25-22, 25-22, 25-18) to Creighton on Friday, but the Golden Eagles would redeem themselves with a 3-0 (25-21, 25-14, 25-18) win against Providence on Sunday. On...

Riot Fest day three recap

Riot Fest day three recap

Matt Froelich and Maggie O'Keefe
September 20, 2016
Filed under Concert Review, Radio

Today proved the statement that good things can never last, as it was the last day of the glorious Riot Fest 2016. Today we had the chance to see all-girl rock band Sleater-Kinney, one of the first shows with The Original Misfits in decades, party rocker Andrew W.K. and more. Here are our thoughts on...

Madden’s late goal lifts MU over Cal Poly

Madden’s late goal lifts MU over Cal Poly

Grant Becker, Assistant Sports Editor
September 17, 2016
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

Scoring late goals at Valley Fields is becoming a habit for Marquette women’s soccer. The Golden Eagles have scored winning or equalizing goals in the 68th, 88th and now 84th minutes of their three home contests so far this season. Carrie Madden was responsible for the latest game winner Friday night, helpi...

Henry poised to join exclusive club of Marquette goalkeepers

Henry poised to join exclusive club of Marquette goalkeepers

Grant Becker, Assistant Sports Editor
September 13, 2016
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

Playing goalkeeper for Marquette women’s soccer is a distinct privilege. There have been just three regular starters in the Golden Eagles’ net over the past 11 years. Freshman keeper Maddy Henry is set to join that exclusive club. Marquette’s practice of starting goalkeepers for the entirety...

Henry makes eight saves in loss at Northwestern

Henry makes eight saves in loss at Northwestern

Grant Becker, Assistant Sports Editor
September 11, 2016
Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

The difficulty of Marquette women’s soccer’s non-conference schedule is beginning to pile up. No. 24 Northwestern (7-0-0) handed the Golden Eagles their fourth loss of the season Sunday afternoon, 1-0. The Wildcats started taking over a back and forth game late in the first half. They were...