Marquette Wire

Cadougan out four to six months

Tim Kraft

September 18, 2009

Filed under Sports

According to a Marquette press release, men's basketball player Junior Cadougan suffered an injury to his Achilles tendon, likely putting an end to his 2009-10 season. The freshman point guard was injured during team conditioning...

Marquette receives stimulus money for health professions

Tori Dykes

September 17, 2009

Filed under Featured, News

Three Milwaukee-area schools, including Marquette, have received a portion of nearly $67,000 in stimulus money to promote the training of health officials, according to a press release from Congresswoman Gwen Moore’s office. Marquette’s...

Biggest test ahead for volleyball

Andrei Greska

September 17, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

The Marquette women’s volleyball team, with a record of 9-2, has gotten off to its best start since 1997 when it started that season 10-1, but the toughest part of the season is yet to come. “We have to keep our head on...

Boys and Girls Clubs scholarship program formed

Tori Dykes

September 17, 2009

Filed under Featured, News

Marquette University is spearheading an unprecedented partnership with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, pledging full-tuition scholarships to winners of the group’s “Youth of the Year” competition. Marquette is the first university in the nation to form suc...

Women’s soccer to begin Big East play

Tim Kraft

September 17, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

There are many similarities between this year's women’s soccer team and the 2008 squad. Seven games into the season, the team boasts a 5-2-0 record and has allowed just three goals. Last year, the team was 4-3-0 through its first seven ...

Bennett believes team is better than recent showings

David Peltz

September 17, 2009

Filed under Sports

  Last weekend, Marquette’s men’s soccer team had a total of 33 shots and 26 corner kicks over the span of two games. When the team played against Buffalo, Marquette earned 13 corners in the second half alone. But e...

Women’s volleyball does it again

Andrei Greska

September 15, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

Volleyball is made up of three simple steps: a bump, a set, and a spike. Of those three, the spike is the one that gets the most notoriety. Get 15 kills and people will be talking. The set assist also gets its due, though with...

Golden Eagles are making themselves at home

Tim Kraft

September 10, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

After snapping Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s 24-game home win streak and taking the nation’s top team to the brink of defeat three days later, Marquette women’s soccer coach Markus Roeders had only positive things to say about his...

Milwaukee colleges unite on energy research

Tori Dykes

September 10, 2009

Filed under News

Three local universities previously considered rivals are now banding together to form an energy research center with the potential to dramatically affect the regional economy and future of alternative energy. Marquette, the...

EDITORIAL: Energy partnership fundamental to Milwaukee and MU

Rosemary Lane

September 10, 2009

Filed under Editorials, Featured, Viewpoints

The partnering of Marquette, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Milwaukee School of Engineering with regional companies represents a dynamite bond in furthering Milwaukee’s economy and the nation’s use of energy. Let’s...

STAFF EDITORIAL: No more prizes-subsidize $25 flu shot

Bridget Dolan

September 7, 2009

Filed under Editorials, Featured, Viewpoints

Shelling out 25 bucks for a flu shot is excessive for cash-strapped students in a recession. Student Health Service should help students combat this year’s predicted serious flu season by subsidizing the flu shot’s cost...

Women’s soccer stuns Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Tim Kraft

September 4, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

The Marquette women’s soccer team improved its record to 3-1 after stunning the Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers 2-0 Thursday night. It had been three years since the Golden Eagles had won the in-state matchup and this time they...