Marquette Wire

Egypt at critical juncture concerning political future

Dominic Tortorice

February 22, 2011

Filed under News

In the past several months, political revolutions have spread across the Arab world like wildfire. It all started when Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, the former Tunisian president, fled after weeks of protests. Now long-standing...

‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Smell’: Allow gays to openly serve in the military

Paco Nava

December 7, 2010

Filed under Featured, Viewpoints

“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT) is the term describing our country’s standing law that prohibits the military from discovering or revealing closeted gays, lesbians and bisexual service personnel, while banning those who...

Catholicism in combat with ROTC programs?

Pat Simonaitis

October 5, 2010

Filed under Featured

Out of all the words of wisdom on war and peace, none capture the essence of why college students join Reserve Officer’s Training Corps programs like the ancient Chinese proverb, “The more you sweat in peace, the less you bl...

OVBIAGELE: False hope in Iraqi elections

Emil Ovbiagele

March 11, 2010

Filed under Featured, Viewpoints

Sunday’s elections in Iraq have been labeled across the board as a huge success. The critics, Republicans and Fox News, to mention a few, wasted no time jumping on the victory bandwagon. Even The New York Times came around...

New library to honor Col. Dey’s legacy

Tony DiZinno

November 10, 2009

Filed under Featured, News

Col. Edward Dey gave back to budding Army ROTC cadets during his time as a Marquette professor of military science. This Veterans Day, Marquette gives back to him. A library named in Dey’s honor will be dedicated at the Old...