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All content by Margaret Cahill
University president Michael Lovell talks with his students Monday night at the 707 Hub.

Lovell returns to classroom to teach class on innovation, creativity

Margaret Cahill and John Steppe
October 1, 2019
Tracey Sturgal is the faculty director of The Mic.

The Mic helps students with public speaking

Margaret Cahill, MUTV Executive News Producer
September 24, 2019
At the chapel, attendees heard from more faith leaders and prayed together for victims of gun violence.

Campus Ministry holds prayer vigil for victims of gun violence

Margaret Cahill, MUTV Executive News Producer
September 10, 2019

[Video] One of a Kind

Sydney Czyzon, Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune
May 15, 2019

A Complete (and Crucial) Cheese Curd Guide

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
May 15, 2019
Students decided to create a petition  April 9 to hire two black psychologists to Marquettes counseling center.

Students create petition to hire two black psychologists

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
April 30, 2019
Campfire Initiative hopes to win $10,000

Campfire Initiative hopes to win $10,000

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
April 30, 2019
Olwapelumi Oguntade, a freshman in the College of Arts & Sciences, won the first prize in the “social business track for her Nigerian women’s clothing line Oluomo.

Brewed ideas challenge awards $21,000 to student winners

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
April 16, 2019
Marquette University Student Government located in the Alumni Memorial Union

MUSG campaigns show more representation at Marquette

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
April 9, 2019

College admissions scandal concerns Marquette students

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
April 2, 2019
McCormick Hall will be demolished at the beginning or middle of this May, a news release on March 12 announced. 

McCormick Hall to be demolished in May

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
March 26, 2019
Photo by Vale Cardenas/valeria.cardenas@marquette.edu

Left on Read

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
March 20, 2019
New LGBTQ+ assistant director acclimates to new position

New LGBTQ+ assistant director acclimates to new position

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
March 19, 2019
The Office of Student Development and Center for Community Service organized the Justice in Action Conference Feb. 23 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. 

Justice in Action Conference opens a dialogue among students

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
February 26, 2019
Students struggle to balance school and work

Students struggle to balance school and work

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
February 12, 2019
MUSG hopes to change visitation policy due to student concerns.

MUSG considers changes to residence hall visitation policy

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
January 29, 2019
President Meredith Gillespie and Legislative Vice President Dan Brophy have three goals for MUSG this semester.

MUSG prepares for more legislation in spring semester

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
January 22, 2019
 The Lutheran Campus Ministry and Cru, the Christian group at Marquette, arranged a trip to Israel over winter break.

Marquette students take trip to Israel

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
January 22, 2019
Yiesha Hopgood, junior in
College of Health Sciences, works on her FAFSA for the new semester.

FAFSA helps students afford higher education

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
January 15, 2019
The Marquette Blockchain Lab partnered with Northwestern Mutual to host the first Milwaukee Blockchain Conference last Friday at the Northwestern Mutual Tower.

Marquette Blockchain Lab hosts conference at Northwestern Mutual

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
December 4, 2018
The Marquette University Ocean Conservation Club had their first meeting Nov. 15 in the Alumni Memorial Union.
Photo by Margaret Cahill

Students form ocean conservation club

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
November 27, 2018
The results of the 2018 First-Time, First-Year Student Survey were published Nov. 13 by The Division of Student Affairs and Office of Institutional Research and Analysis, and show trends in first-year students’ expectations for their GPAs, extracurricular involvement, involvement in service, concerns about Marquette and plans for the future.

First-Year Student Survey results published

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
November 27, 2018
MUSG is considering legislation that would recommend that “Marquette University stays committed to working with companies who invest in Wisconsin.”

MUSG recommends collaboration with Milwaukee corporations

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
November 7, 2018
The Marquette University

Democrat Kaul wins Attorney General seat in close race

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
November 7, 2018

MUSG plans to encourage no classes in future elections

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
November 7, 2018

Marquette law school poll finds discrepancies between genders

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
October 30, 2018
Capt. Jeff Kranz spoke at the MUPD Advisory Board meeting.

REVIEW: First MUPD Advisory Board meeting of the year

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
October 30, 2018
Students from across the university, but specifically those involved with IT or computer science, will be able to give their thoughts on what they want in the new CIO, Gillespie said. Marquette Wire stock photo.

New IT chief information officer in process of selection

Margaret Cahill, News reporter
October 9, 2018

MUSG gets new faculty adviser for school year

Margaret Cahill, News reporter
October 2, 2018

MUSG, RHA election brings in many new members, some vacancies remain

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
September 18, 2018
John Baworowsky is the vice provost for undergraduate enrollment, Marquette Wire stock photo.

New admissions strategy results in increasing acceptance rate

Margaret Cahill, Projects Reporter
December 5, 2017
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