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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 Sarah Lipo
Host Alex Rivera-Grant (left) interviews Housing First Resident Advisory Council member Jeff Stingley (middle) and Housing Program Evaluator Luke Rosynek as part of the Finding Home town hall forum.

Finding Home town hall forum aims to unite Marquette community

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
November 19, 2019
Sarah Lipo stands by her grandmother.

Finding Your Blessing of Place

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
November 13, 2019
International students stand in front of the Commons before the first week of school begins.

Miles Apart

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
November 13, 2019
Marquette Wire stock photo

Office of Community Engagement combines with Office of Corporate Engagement

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
November 12, 2019
The paper proposes a new School of Education and Public Service.

Wire stock photo.

Marquette receives donation from Purdue Pharma owners

Matthew Harte and Sarah Lipo
October 29, 2019
In fall of last year, MUPD was in the process of hiring a mental health professional.

Robbery reported near 19th Street, Wisconsin Avenue

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
October 11, 2019
Marquette Wire Stock Photo.

Snapshot class listing replaced by Class Search

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
October 10, 2019
The Stemper family has all graduated from Marquette.

Couple donates $1 million for faith formation

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
October 8, 2019
Police vehicles from MUPD, MPD and the Milwaukee County Sheriffs Office were on the scene of Tuesdays shooting.

Shooter injures man near 9th Street and Wisconsin Avenue

Sarah Lipo, Jenny Whidden and Sydney Czyzon
September 24, 2019
Guerrero and Mason are the co-chairs of Im F1rst.

I’m First Organization offers support for first-generation students

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
September 17, 2019
President Trump trails Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders among registered Wisconsin voters, a new Marquette Law School Poll finds. Photo via AP.

New Marquette Law School Poll finds Biden, Sanders leading over Trump

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
September 4, 2019
Danielle Clapham was blocked on Marquette Universitys twitter.

Dissertation fellow blocked on Marquette’s Twitter and Instagram pages

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
September 3, 2019
There was some minor damage to the 7-Eleven building.

[Photo] Car leaves minor damage to 7-Eleven after striking building

Natallie St. Onge, Managing Editor of the Marquette Journal
August 27, 2019
Samuel Johnson, a junior in the College of Arts & Sciences, rides a motorized scooter down Wisconsin Ave.

Motorized scooters banned on university property

Sarah Lipo and Jenny Whidden
August 27, 2019
The cover of the Blackbird Blues.

Marquette alumna writes novel about illegal abortion in the 1960s

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
August 27, 2019
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McCormick Hall to be demolished by end of year

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
August 27, 2019
Samuel Johnson, a junior in the College of Arts & Sciences, rides his scooter down Wisconsin Avenue.

Marquette bans motorized scooters on university-owned property

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
August 19, 2019
Marquette student robbed of phone, other items

Marquette student robbed of phone, other items

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
August 12, 2019
A wrecking ball sits Thursday on the demolition site of McCormick Hall. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Quade.

Wrecking ball to hit McCormick this week

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
July 25, 2019
Incoming first-year students usually attend SPARK and fall orientation in person. Marquette Wire stock photo

MU omits woman professor’s title, but not men’s

Sydney Czyzon and Sarah Lipo
July 17, 2019
Marquette adopts new test-optional policy

Marquette adopts new test-optional policy

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
June 13, 2019
The Marquette Wire is committed to serving students of color on campus. Marquette Wire stock photo

First online bachelor program now taking applications

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
May 22, 2019
McCormick Hall is undergoing internal demolition work this week. Marquette Wire stock photo.

McCormick demolition begins this week

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
May 22, 2019

Text, Toast and Good Talks

Sarah Lipo, Columnist
May 15, 2019
LIPO: Comprehensive view of grades beneficial

LIPO: Comprehensive view of grades beneficial

Sarah Lipo, Opinions Columnist
April 30, 2019
LIPO: Trumps sanctuary plan hypocritical

LIPO: Trumps sanctuary plan hypocritical

Sarah Lipo, Opinions Columnist
April 16, 2019
LIPO: Social media detrimental if used incorrectly

LIPO: Social media detrimental if used incorrectly

Sarah Lipo, Columnist
April 2, 2019
A mural in Black Cat Alley.

MKE Date Spots

Sarah Lipo
March 20, 2019
LIPO: Embracing a life of gratitude

LIPO: Embracing a life of gratitude

Sarah Lipo, Opinions Columnist
March 19, 2019
LIPO: Service requirement needed to uphold Marquette mission

LIPO: Service requirement needed to uphold Marquette mission

Sarah Lipo, Opinions Columnist
March 5, 2019
LIPO: Privacy of public figures must be upheld

LIPO: Privacy of public figures must be upheld

Sarah Lipo, Columnist
February 26, 2019
LIPO: Womens March lacking inclusion

LIPO: Women’s March lacking inclusion

Sarah Lipo, Columnist
January 29, 2019
LIPO: Nonviolence during conflict beneficial

LIPO: Nonviolence during conflict beneficial

Sarah Lipo, Opinions Columnist
January 22, 2019
LIPO: Altered break schedule could impact student stress levels

LIPO: Altered break schedule could impact student stress levels

Sarah Lipo, Opinions Columnist
January 15, 2019
University President Michael Lovell.

SWIM Initiative discusses further developments

Sarah Lipo, Assistant News Editor
December 4, 2018
Graphic by Natallie St. Onge

Marquette campus covers six wards, voters in AMU lean Democratic

Sarah Lipo, Assistant News Editor
November 13, 2018

$1M Lilly Endowment grant to support urban pastors

Sarah Lipo, Assistant News Editor
October 23, 2018

Sips, Snacks and Sights: A Blue Line Adventure

Sarah Lipo, Assistant News Editor
October 22, 2018
Students gather outside of the Alumni Memorial Union to pass a petition to support the Marquette Puerto Rican Coalition Debt relief.

Coalition for Puerto Rican Debt Relief rallies in Westowne Square

Sarah Lipo, Assistant News Editor
October 9, 2018
Pita Bros started off as a food truck. 
Photo courtesy of Photo by Rebecca Rebholz

Pita Brothers closes after three years

Sarah Lipo, Assistant News Editor
September 25, 2018
A map of the Near West Side neighborhood boundaries. Courtesy of http://nearwestsidemke.org

Near West Side area receives $1.3M HUD grant

Sarah Lipo, Assistant News Editor
September 18, 2018
Weaponry signs exist across campus.

Active shooter training revamped as mass shootings in U.S. increase

Sarah Lipo, Assistant News Editor
September 4, 2018
MUPD assistant chief Jeff Kranz said MUPD gathers information about fire drills.
Photo courtesy of Marquette Wire stock photo

Summer crime on campus roundup

Sarah Lipo, Assistant News Editor
September 4, 2018
The university expelled Alex Ruiz in June. Photo courtesy of Alex Ruiz.

Student expelled after spring semester photo controversy

Sarah Lipo, Assistant News Editor
August 28, 2018
“North Common will establish an identifiable place for the Marquette and broader community to interact and gather,” Lora Strigens, vice president for planning and strategy, said. “When developing the Campus Master Plan, the Marquette community was very clear that it valued green space. North Common provides an opportunity to increase that precious space on our urban campus.

New green space construction underway near AMU

Sarah Lipo and Clara Janzen
July 17, 2018
Suzanne Anglewicz, an NRA midwest field coordinator, speaks at an NRA University program hosted by College Republicans.

College Republicans host NRA speaker, students protest

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
May 1, 2018
From left to right, engineering students TImothy Fair, Sam Goulet and Shaun Plunkett discuss their senior design project.

Engineering students work with local company

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
April 24, 2018
MUSG Senator Joshua Steinfels-Saenz speaks with his peers about the pending referendum.

MUSG works to develop tuition referendum

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
April 24, 2018
Johnston Halls Sunshine

Johnston Hall’s Sunshine

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
April 21, 2018
Wire stock photo.

MUSG appoints new LVP

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
April 17, 2018
Manjee was selected for outreach VP April 9, and she immediately transitioned into her role. Marquette Wire stock photo.

Student government appoints new Outreach VP

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
April 10, 2018
The student voter turnout in the recent MUSG presidential election was lower than MUSGs goal but higher than recent years. Graphic by Sydney Czyzon.

Voter turnout increases for 2018 MUSG presidential election

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
April 10, 2018
Bias incident report dropped against MUSG committee

Bias incident report dropped against MUSG committee

Grace Connatser and Sarah Lipo
April 4, 2018
Meredith Gillespie and Valerie Del Campo won MUSG president and executive vice president, respectively. Photo via campaign website.

Gillespie, Del Campo win MUSG presidential, EVP election

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
March 28, 2018

MUSG candidates discuss their campaign platforms

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
March 26, 2018
The Subway location on campus was evicted Feb. 19.

Campus Subway evicted

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
February 27, 2018
Some underclassmen students have faced challenges getting off Sodexos meal plan despite medical concerns.

Meal plan presents issues for students with dietary restrictions

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
February 20, 2018
View of Wild Commons from across the street.

Wild Commons features new amenities, resources

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
February 20, 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.

MUSG elects students to vice president positions

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
February 13, 2018

Police seize professor’s cameras

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
February 6, 2018
Professor Doug Fisher said the new online supply chain masters program aims to provide students with problem-solving skills.

Business school offers online degree

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
January 23, 2018
Marquette Wire stock photo.

Sodexo employee arrested at Cobeen

Caroline White and Sarah Lipo
January 21, 2018
Photo courtesy of Eric Janowak

‘Shark Tank’ features alum’s life-saving survival kit

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
January 16, 2018
In late September, Marquette University Student Government members participated in a retreat to learn more about leadership and to grow comfortable with one another. It spurred one student to create a mental health initiative. 

MUSG member creates “You’re not Alone” campaign

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
December 5, 2017
The Brew provides caloric information on its menus. Marquette Wire stock photo.

New Brew Bayou opens in Dental School

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
November 28, 2017
Photo via Wire Stock Photo
The statement said Marquette believes that this measure would disadvantage private universities and will negatively affect the next generation of citizens.

Proposed GOP tax reform bill may impact Marquette

Clara Janzen and Sarah Lipo
November 3, 2017
Photo via congress.gov
Gerald Jerry Kleczka, a Milwaukee native who was a U.S. Congressman for Wisconsins fourth district from 1984-2005, passed away Oct. 8 in Madison at the age of 73.

Remembering Jerry Kleczka: a legacy of public service

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
October 24, 2017
Photo via Mary Miss

Haggerty Museum receives federal grant for city-wide project

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
October 3, 2017
A new form for students to give feedback on professors was introduced to MUSG at the weekly meeting Nov. 13. The University Committee of Teaching has been considering implementing IDEA, a student rating of instruction system, since spring 2016.

MUSG votes on portable scoreboard, fill positions

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
September 26, 2017
Ben Dombrowski and Allie Bitz during their campaign last school year.

MUSG kicks off school year with new members, proposals

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
September 20, 2017
Kevin Brauer, a senior in the College of Business Administration, co-runs the company Commodios.

Shorts create comfort for stadium seating

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
September 19, 2017
Class of 2021 convocation.

Class of 2021 boasts diversity increase

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
August 31, 2017
Photo by Cy Kondrick / Cy.Kondrick@Marquette.edu

Parking services sells out of permits

Sarah Lipo, News Reporter
August 29, 2017
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