The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

All content by Matthew Choate
Class of 2020 graduate Monica Geiser wears Marquette attire alongside her family, which includes her parents, who are Marquette alumni, and her sister Gretchen, a current Marquette student. Photo courtesy Monica Geiser.

Family Legacies

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
October 14, 2020
The mural will be on the north side of Varsity Theatre

Marquette commissions new mural on Varsity Theatre

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
September 29, 2020
The new business school  will be located next to the Alumni Memorial Union where McCormick Hall used to be.

Business students anticipate new building

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
September 29, 2020
Grace Alvarez is one student working towards social justice at Marquette.

Photo Courtesy of Grace Alvarez

Students work to promote change at Marquette

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
September 8, 2020
Students walk around campus with masks to protect themselves and others.

First week presents unique difficulties for education

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
September 1, 2020
Runners gathered on Wisconsin Ave. for the 2019 Al & Briggs Run.

Alum highlights conflict of interests in Briggs & Al’s Run and Walk

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
September 1, 2020
Graphic by Shir Bloch.

Counseling Center offers virtual services

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
September 1, 2020
Marquette sophomore Molly Sullivan works at an outdoor theater in McHenry, IL during the summer of 2020.

Students Continue to Work

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
August 24, 2020
Enrollment numbers for the Class of 2024 have decreased in comparison to recent years.

Class of 2024 enrollment numbers sees decline

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
May 5, 2020
Some research projects were put on hold due to COVID-19.

Research projects postponed amid COVID-19 pandemic

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
April 26, 2020
Marquette students use Teams in place of in person meetings for clubs and organizations.  Marquette Wire Stock Photo

Microsoft Teams keep clubs connected

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
April 17, 2020
The Milwaukee Marathon was cancelled due to the new coronavirus.

Milwaukee Marathon cancellation impacts student-run business

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
March 31, 2020
J. Travis Laster is Vice Chancellor of the Court of Chancery of Delaware.

Law School holds annual Hallows Lecture

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
March 20, 2020
MUPD arrested the suspect who was found.

Marquette Wire stock photo.

707 Hub names first intrapreneur-in-residence

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
March 3, 2020
Two of Marquettes Masters programs were ranked by U.S. News and World Reports.

Marquette’s Master’s Programs earns national recognition

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
January 28, 2020
Catherine Sajdak said she put very little weight on the bed when it collapsed.

Photo courtesy of Catherine Sajdak

Residence hall beds collapsing in Schroeder and Abbottsford

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
January 21, 2020
National Marquette Day will be on Sunday, Feb. 9 this year. 

Marquette Wire stock photo

National Marquette Day changes Saturday tradition

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
January 21, 2020
The event had mac n cheese and pizza.

Innovation Kitchen hosts mac ‘n cheese and pizza making event

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
December 3, 2019
The event focused on gathering around the “Six Pathways to Public Engagement” that were identified by the Haas Center for Public Service at Stanford University, according Marquettes website.

Symposium examines community engagement

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
November 19, 2019
Marquette Wire stock photo

Law School conference encourages water stewardship

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
November 12, 2019
Computer science initiative continues in thanks to grant

Computer science initiative continues in thanks to grant

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
November 5, 2019
Neighborhood Kitchen aims to provide meals to those in need.

Marquette Neighborhood Kitchen provides hunger relief

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
October 29, 2019
Alpha Sigma Nu hosts an event to gain recognition

Alpha Sigma Nu hosts an event to gain recognition

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
October 22, 2019
Chante Parker became the Dental Schools first African American class president.

Dental School elects first African American class president

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
October 8, 2019
Jeanne Hossenlopp talks about the $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation.

Marquette receives $1 Million NSF Advance Program grant

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
October 1, 2019
Marquette University announced Friday that its summer classes will be online only.

GROW program offers classes for faculty, staff

Matthew Choate, News Reporter
September 24, 2019
Load More Stories