Marquette Wire

Reform, defund, abolish MUPD: students and professor weigh in

Reform, defund, abolish MUPD: students and professor weigh in

Lelah Byron and Amanda Parrish
November 17, 2020
Officers part of the diversity liaison program wear particular badges. 
Photo by Emma Tomsich.

MUPD’s diversity initiatives remain in question

Grace Dawson, Projects Reporter
November 17, 2020
Marquette Wire Stock photo.

No weapons used or reports of violence on campus

Natallie St. Onge, Executive Director
September 23, 2020
Joshua Ricchio pleaded not guilty at his hearing on Tuesday.

Suspect in nearby shooting pleads not guilty

Sydney Czyzon, Executive Director of the Marquette Wire
October 7, 2019
Lt. Jill Weisensel ran the training for freshmen. 

Photo courtesy of Lt. Jill Weisensel

Behind The Badge: Lt. Jill Weisensel

Joseph Beaird, News Reporter
September 4, 2018
In 1955, Emmett Till was murdered after unfounded accusations from a white woman.

BEG: Lessons not learned from Till

Aminah Beg, Opinions Columnist
August 28, 2018

Update on MUPD transition from DPS

Larson Seaver, Executive News Producer
June 27, 2018

MKE Film Festival spotlight feature “The Blood is at the Doorstep”

Mikala Hershman, A&E Reporter
October 6, 2017
Ryan waited for what seemed like an eternity when not the first, but second cop of his road trip pulled him over and approached his window.

MCCARTHY: Twelve-hour road trip with good cop, bad cop

Ryan McCarthy, Columnist
October 25, 2016
A Marquette student holds a sign that demonstrates her plea for peace. Photo by Michael Carpenter

Marquette community feels impact of Sherman Park unrest

Ryan Patterson, Assistant News Editor
August 30, 2016
Load more stories