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 Shir Bloch
Mike Gousha, distinguished fellow in law and public policy at Marquette University Law School, hosted a conversation with election officials Sept. 16 to discuss the upcoming election and the impact of the pandemic on voting. Screenshot from the discussion

“On the Issues” discusses voting in the midst of a pandemic

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
September 22, 2020
Marquette Wire stock photo

Newest Law Poll results show little change as election nears

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
September 15, 2020
During the webinar, Waters differentiated between diversity, inclusion and equity.

Webinar addresses dismantling racism through empowerment, servant leadership

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
September 8, 2020
Students are encouraged to practice mask wearing, social distancing and proper hygiene practices.

Student ambassadors educate on coronavirus protocols

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
September 8, 2020
This photo was taken at an Academic Senate meeting last academic year. The Academic Senate met virtually Monday to discuss the fall semester, enrollment and numerous other issues.

Academic Senate meets virtually to reflect on campus reopening

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
September 1, 2020
The latest Marquette Law School poll found consistent support for Joe Biden among Wisconsin registered voters.

Students encouraged to manage polls in place of elderly workers

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
September 1, 2020
Dining hall staff prepare pre-packaged meals for students to grab-and-go.

Marquette dining experience changes to conform to health guidelines

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
August 25, 2020
After pausing volunteering in March, homeless shelters such as the Milwaukee Rescue Mission and the Guest House have  begun to allow volunteering outdoors.

Pandemic hits Milwaukee’s homeless population

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
August 25, 2020
Marquette University eliminated spring break and Easter break for the spring 2021 semester, and replaced them with four mental health days. Marquette Wire stock photo

University finances hurt by pandemic, offset by aid, donations

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
August 25, 2020
Congresswoman Gwen Moore spoke during the first night of the 2020 Democratic National Convention Monday. Screenshot from DNC live stream.

Rep. Gwen Moore opens first night of DNC

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
August 17, 2020
The latest Marquette Law School poll found consistent support for Joe Biden among Wisconsin registered voters.

New Law School poll shows Biden leading Trump in Wisconsin

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
August 11, 2020
President Lovell announced the co-chairs of the Commission on Racial Equity.

Marquette names co-chairs of President’s Commission on Racial Equity

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
August 10, 2020
The news release said that Marquette will do everything possible to aid international students affected by the student visa policy change.

Marquette releases message supporting international students

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
July 9, 2020
The latest Marquette Law School poll found consistent support for Joe Biden among Wisconsin registered voters.

Increased support for Biden shown in new law school poll

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
June 25, 2020
Jacqueline Walker receives Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Award. Photo courtesy of Marquette Today.

Jacqueline Walker, former EOP financial aid counselor, passes away

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
June 25, 2020
University hosts town hall on recovery plan, fall enrollment

University hosts town hall on recovery plan, fall enrollment

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
June 12, 2020
Sarah Feldner, Dean of the College of Communications is one of the few women in the university presidents cabinet

Photo courtesy of Marquette Today

Sarah Feldner named dean of the Diederich College of Communication

Shir Bloch, Executive News Editor
May 21, 2020
Due to COVID-19, classes have moved to an online format.

Students, professors adjust to online education

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
April 17, 2020
Faculty members at the academic senate meeting sept. 18th in the Alumni Memorial Union

University cancels campus events amid COVID-19 outbreak

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
March 16, 2020
DRs receive active shooter training, MUPD assistant chief Jeff Kranz said.

DRs receive safety, active shooter training

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
March 3, 2020
Stavros Lambrinidis spoke to eight faculty members and three graduate students last week.

Ambassador of the European Union visits Marquette

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
February 25, 2020
Residence Halls were to host guest for the DNC, but due to the ongoing pandemic and no more convention speeches in Milwaukee, residence halls will remain empty.

DNC causes concerns over summer housing and accessibility

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
February 18, 2020
Ian Gonzalez said changes are needed to address the challenging landscape of higher education.

University in planning phase of budget cuts

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
February 11, 2020
“Interfaith dialogue is necessary,” Irfran Omar, the professor of the class, said.

Theology class promotes interfaith dialogue

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
February 11, 2020
Stephen Hudson-Mairet, associate professor of digital media and performing arts, is chairing the search committee for the future dean of the College of Communication.

College of Communication dean search committee forms

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
February 4, 2020
Mentley began working during spring semester, but was hired in December.

LGBTQ+ Resource Center hires new assistant director for spring

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
January 28, 2020
Stephen Legari spoke on the benefits of art therapy at the Haggerty Museum of Art.

Art therapist visits Haggerty Museum

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
January 21, 2020
Several Marquette students attended Trumps rally on Jan. 14.

Trump holds campaign rally in Milwaukee

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
January 21, 2020
Trumps rally was held in the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena while a counter protest was led outside.

Trump rally and counter protest held off campus

Nicole Laudolff and Shir Bloch
January 15, 2020
Provost Kimo Ah Yun and senior vice president Joel Pogodzinski announced the changes in a news release Friday.

Search committee for Communication dean ‘being formed’

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
January 14, 2020
Photo courtesy of Professor Ed de St. Aubin.

Students celebrate Trans Day of Remembrance through art

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
December 3, 2019
Peggy Troy is the first female President and CEO of Childrens Wisconsin.

Marquette College of Nursing hosts health care panel

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
November 19, 2019
Joshua Ricchio pleaded not guilty at his hearing on Tuesday.

Student pleads not guilty to misdemeanor charge

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
November 6, 2019
Anthony Zielinski, a Marquette Law School graduate, has been an alderman in Bay View since 2004.

Photo courtesy of Anthony Zielinski

Bay View alderman up against incumbent Mayor Barrett

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
November 5, 2019
Project Night Night creates tote bags with items to help homeless youth.

Project Night Night aims to help homeless youth

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
October 29, 2019
Marquette’s SWIM partners with Social Development Commission

Marquette’s SWIM partners with Social Development Commission

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
October 22, 2019
Marquettes new gun violence awareness club aims to encourage student activism.

Student activists take a stand against gun violence

Shir Bloch, News Reporter
October 8, 2019
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