Marquette Wire

EDITORIAL: Embrace varied perspectives in college experience

August 26, 2013

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Take a look around campus, what do you see? As an urban, Midwestern, Jesuit university, Marquette draws in students from many different backgrounds, ethnicities, socioeconomic statuses and geographic areas. Despite t...

Father Wild Forum answers students’ questions of university president

Dominic Tortorice

October 14, 2010

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Considering the contentious atmosphere University President the Rev. Robert A. Wild faced at the end of last school year with rescinding the College of Arts & Sciences dean offer, Tuesday night’s open Father ...

STAFF EDITORIAL: Keep, graduate students of color

Vanessa Harris

September 2, 2010

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New groups of freshmen arrive on campus every year, hoping to stand out or surpass the accomplishments of previous classes. Every incoming freshmen class should hope to bring something profound or unique with it in the hopes...

Diversity increases at Marquette

Dominic Tortorice

August 30, 2010

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Efforts by various Marquette offices and task-groups to racially and ethnically diversify Marquette’s student body have yielded results in the incoming freshman class, of which non-white students make up more than 20 percent. According...

MU rescinds dean offer to lesbian professor

William O'Brien

May 6, 2010

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UPDATED STORY: “Wild admits mistake with Arts & Sciences dean offer” Marquette’s search for a College of Arts & Sciences dean has ended in controversy over the rescinding of an offer to a lesbian professor. ...

Attracting the difference

Caroline Campbell

February 9, 2010

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In 1957, a group of nine African-American teenagers risked their lives in Little Rock, Ark. to attend Little Rock Central High School. Today, the university is presenting the Little Rock Nine with the prestigious Père Marq...

MUSG reflects on past, future

Matthew Reddin

December 10, 2009

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Next semester, Marquette Student Government plans to follow up on goals set so far this year. President Henry Thomas, a senior in the College of Arts & Sciences, and Vice President Stephanie Stopka, a senior in the College...