Marquette Wire

OLIVER: Paying tribute to a friend and a mentor

Eric Oliver

September 24, 2013

Filed under Viewpoints

When I arrived at college I didn’t think I needed to learn anything else. At the young age of 18, I was done learning. I was ready to get started with the “real world.” I sat in my dorm, did a whole lot of nothing and basically float...

Op-Ed: University loses by cutting FemSex

Reader Submission

September 19, 2013

Filed under Letters, Viewpoints

As current, male students of Marquette’s Honors Program, we are perplexed by and aggravated with the university’s zealous assertion of its Catholic values and identity in the wake of the sponsorship withdrawal of the FemS...

FemSex co-founders speak out

Allison Kruschke

March 7, 2013

Filed under Editors' Picks, News

While some questions remain surrounding specifics of the university's decision to rescind sponsorship from "FemSex: The Female Sexuality Workshop," the group's co-founders said Wednesday that they are seeking to be re-allowed...

Second dean candidate visits campus

Melanie Lawder

January 29, 2013

Filed under News

The second of four finalists for the College of Arts & Sciences deanship visited campus Friday to discuss the role of arts and sciences at a Jesuit university in the 21st century. Marc Muskavitch, a professor of biology...

Fr. Naus, clowning around Marquette

Special to the Tribune

February 6, 2012

Filed under News

From leading Tuesday night mass to being the only Jesuit clown on campus, the Rev. John Naus is one of the most recognizable faces on Marquette's campus. Naus has focused on making life more enjoyable for those around him throughout...

Second ‘Revitalizing Marquette’ discussion reflects on religion at MU

Dominic Tortorice

April 5, 2011

Filed under Featured, News

Students, administrators, faculty and staff came together to ponder, and sometimes question, Marquette’s Catholic identity in the second installment of the “Revitalizing Marquette” discussion series Thursday night. The “...