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Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

All content by Grace Connatser

[Video] Representation for women of color in health settings affects care

Matthew Martinez, Assistant Projects Editor
December 4, 2018
In fall of last year, MUPD was in the process of hiring a mental health professional.

[Video] Car crashes into Al McGuire Center, no injuries reported

John Steppe and Clara Janzen
November 27, 2018

[Video] Universities differ on contraceptive policies

Caroline White, Projects Reporter
November 13, 2018

[Video] Milwaukee streetcar opens for business

Natallie St. Onge, Assistant News Editor
November 6, 2018

[Video] Sen. Sanders headlines rally, students eager to get out the vote

Morgan Hughes, Executive Projects Editor
October 23, 2018
Sen. Tammy Baldwin talks to the media after the debate. Vukmir did not stay for the press conference.

Sen. Baldwin, Vukmir discuss during Marquette Law School’s US Senate debate

Grace Connatser, Executive News Producer
October 23, 2018

[Video] Sips, Snacks and Sights: A Blue Line Adventure

Sarah Lipo, Assistant News Editor
October 21, 2018

[Video] Milwaukee is One Alumnus’ Home Run

Clara Janzen, Executive News Editor
October 21, 2018

[Video] MUSG gets new faculty adviser for school year

Margaret Cahill, News reporter
October 2, 2018

[Video] Art exhibit part of larger neighborhood initiative

Joseph Beaird, News Reporter
September 25, 2018

[Video] Students gather to commemorate Hurricane Maria anniversary

Natallie St. Onge, Assistant News Editor
September 22, 2018

[Video] Center for Peacemaking celebrates 10 years

Donna Sarkar, News Reporter
September 18, 2018

[Video] JC Penney Suit-Up Event encourages job preparedness

Alex Garner, News Reporter
September 18, 2018
Marquette University Police Department responded to the incident Thursday night.

[Photo] Vehicle hits, injures student on 17th and Wells streets

Alex Garner, News Reporter
September 13, 2018
Demonstrators advocate for stricter gun laws and legislation at the 2018 March For Our Lives in Washington DC. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.

Fight against gun violence continues after March for Our Lives

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
May 7, 2018
Kaitlyn Daly (left) and Caroline Redick pose at the symposium.

Students share research at Interfaith Symposium

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
May 1, 2018
The university is donating Schroeder Halls furniture to Casa Maria, and it plans to transfer McCormicks newer furniture into Schroeder.

Marquette donates Schroeder’s furniture to Casa Maria

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
April 24, 2018
Marquette Wire stock photo.

Sophomore housing sign-ups split into two days

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
April 17, 2018
The Milwaukee Muslim Film Festival will include some screenings at Marquette. Photo courtesy of Milwaukee Muslim Film Festival website.

Marquette partners with Milwaukee Muslim Film Festival

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
April 17, 2018
Wire stock photo.

Brawl occurs on eastern edge of campus

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
April 13, 2018
Campus Town is Marquette owned and has a capacity of over one thousand students. Marquette Wire stock photo.

University apartments experience tenant shortage

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
April 10, 2018
Marquette Wire stock photo.

Sophomore housing website stops working for second time

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
April 10, 2018
Midnight Run is collecting clothing items in residence halls for its drive.

Midnight Run hosts clothing drive for homeless youth

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
April 4, 2018
Bias incident report dropped against MUSG committee

Bias incident report dropped against MUSG committee

Grace Connatser and Sarah Lipo
April 4, 2018

Milwaukee marches for students’ lives

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
March 24, 2018
Donato Guida, the general manager of Sodexo, said all of Marquettes dining hall food is fresh.

Campus food is completely fresh, Sodexo says

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
March 20, 2018
The MUSG presidency and vice presidency election will be held from 12:00 a.m. to 10 p.m. March 27. Photos courtesy of campaign members.

Students announce campaigns for MUSG presidency

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
March 20, 2018
Man injured in Clybourn shooting

Man injured in Clybourn shooting

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
March 17, 2018

MUPD raises money for Special Olympics of Wisconsin

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
March 8, 2018
Film festival showcases students works

Film festival showcases students’ works

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
February 28, 2018

Milwaukee rent likely to keep increasing, campus area hard to predict

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
February 27, 2018
The campus Jimmy Johns, located on Wells Street, avoided the recent Midwestern salmonella outbreak.

Campus Jimmy John’s avoids salmonella outbreak

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
February 6, 2018

Washington statue returns to Wisconsin Avenue

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
January 30, 2018
In March, Journal Sentinel reporter Craig Gilbert will complete his research project with the Lubar Center. Photo via the Center for Journalism Ethics.

Lubar fellow to complete study on changing Wisconsin political trends

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
January 19, 2018
Books by Native American authors were displayed in Raynor Memorial Library in honor of Native American Heritage Month.

Raynor celebrates Native American Heritage Month throughout November

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
December 5, 2017
Freshman Kevin OFinn recently launched his company Headphones+, which features bluetooth earbuds that are made to help avid night runners avoid being hit by cars due to low visibility.

Freshman creates first light-up earbuds on the market

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
November 28, 2017

Engineering students prevail in annual 24-Hour Film Race

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
November 22, 2017
Even though Marquette’s campus is a thousand miles away from Sutherland Springs, TX, the effects of the shooting that killed 26 people are being felt around the nation. Brendan Patnode, a freshman in the College of Business Administration and Dallas native, said he has friends that attend schools near San Antonio and Sutherland Springs.

Students react to Texas church shooting

Grace Connatser, News Reporter
November 14, 2017
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