Marquette Wire

Celebrating three Marquette milestones

Caroline Campbell

May 3, 2011

Filed under Featured

In 1910, the College of Economics and Journalism was founded at Marquette University. Seven years later, in 1917, they split to form the College of Business and the College of Journalism, the latter of which joined with the speech...

MU celebrates 100 years of journalism

September 28, 2010

Filed under Featured, News

At the height of the sensationalist and corrupt Yellow Journalism movement in America, John Copus quit his position at The Detroit Daily News. He was discouraged by the immoral and unethical turn journalism was taking. Copus decided to use his interests in journalism and mora...

GROVER: Good night and good luck

Eric Grover

May 4, 2010

Filed under Featured, Sports

My dad keeps on saying, “Just wait until after you graduate.” It’s a grass-is-always-greener thing, I guess. You thought college was freedom? Wait until you get a job and can actually afford to do things you want. Watch out, Pot...