Marquette Wire

Disappointed faculty rally around FemSex

Reader Submission

March 5, 2013

Filed under Letters, Viewpoints

To Fr. Scott Pilarz, Provost John Pauly and members of the Marquette community: We write in the wake of the administration’s decision to disallow the Marquette Gender and Sexuality Resource Center’s sponsorship of the workshop...

LGBT Municipal Equality: Milwaukee scores high in LGBT acceptance

Monique Collins

December 4, 2012

Filed under News

Milwaukee and Madison earned high scores in a new rating system for LGBT inclusion in city law. The Municipal Equality Index survey, which was released last Tuesday, was conducted by the Human Rights Campaign, a civil rights ...

LGBT center aims for community involvement with art gallery

Andrea Anderson

September 15, 2011

Filed under Featured, News

Community centers are commonplace in Milwaukee. But one in particular, the Milwaukee LGBT Community Center at 252 E. Highland Ave., exhibits a little more than meets the eye. The community center's art gallery opened in January 2011 in an ef...

Take Back The Night to raise awareness of sexual violence

Zach Buchheit

May 5, 2011

Filed under Featured, News

Various slogans, including “‘Facebook official’ does not mean consent,” were plastered across handmade signs hoisted up by participants during Monday afternoon’s “It’s Time” demonstration outside Raynor Lib...

Day of Silence a quiet protest against anti-LGBT bullying

Allison Kruschke

April 19, 2011

Filed under News

Marquette's campus was a little less noisy Friday, as some students, faculty and staff refrained from speaking in honor of the annual Day of Silence. The Day of Silence is a nationwide event sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian and...

LGBT staff underrepresented in campus discussions

Dominic Tortorice

March 31, 2011

Filed under Featured, News

Since last spring, as the university and campus have taken a closer look at LGBT issues at Marquette, the refrain has often been about “students, faculty and administration.” While all three groups hold an important stake...

Evaluating MU’s progress on LGBT issues

Dominic Tortorice

March 10, 2011

Filed under Featured, News

There has been a lot of talk since last spring’s failed dean search and the resulting turmoil. Students have spoken out about a campus where LGBT-identified students don’t feel comfortable or welcome. Faculty members have voiced...

Opening up MU: Ronni Sanlo studies university’s LGBT community

Dominic Tortorice

March 3, 2011

Filed under Featured, News

Last spring, Jodi O’Brien became a household name for members of the Marquette community. O’Brien, an openly lesbian professor at Seattle University, was recommended by a search committee to fill the long-vacant position of Co...

‘Laramie’ keeps story alive

Jennie Jorgensen

February 24, 2011

Filed under Featured, Marquee

When it comes to hate crimes, it’s nearly impossible to find the silver lining. But what began as the tragic, gruesome murder of a small-town gay man has become “The Laramie Project,” a story with an important message: Stop th...