Marquette Wire

Engineering Hall awarded LEED-gold certification

Caroline Roers

September 12, 2013

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Sensenbrenner, Johnston and Marquette halls are among the buildings that the university hopes to become Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. Engineering Hall received LEED-gold...

Sensenbrenner Hall receiving renovations

Claudia Brokish

January 31, 2013

Filed under Editors' Picks, Featured, News

Sensenbrenner Hall, Marquette's former law school building, will be renovated and turned into College of Arts & Sciences academic office space. The decision was made last fall, and design work has already begun on the pro...

Campus construction to slow down

Jennifer Zahn

September 27, 2012

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After a whirlwind of construction projects over the last four years that included a new law school, engineering building, administrative offices and an expansion of the dental school, Marquette may be slowing down. “We’re...

New ‘50s-style diner opens at Mashuda

Pat Simonaitis

September 2, 2010

Filed under Featured, News

The 1950s-style jukebox in the new-and-improved Mashuda dining hall works all day long, never taking a break from playing tunes for the feasting students. But there is no doubt in food service manager Karin Neumann’s min...

New school year, renovated Rec Center

Pat Simonaitis

August 30, 2010

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Two upperclassmen males making their way to the basketball courts in the Rec Center last week were surprised by the light permeating through the newly installed windows onto the freshly painted hallway. “What is that? Natural light?” ...

Campus construction ‘unprecedented’

Tori Dykes

August 31, 2009

Filed under Featured, News

When walking around campus, it would seem at least one thing hasn’t been slowed down by the economy —construction. All told, there is $130 million in construction and renovations currently under way. The university is ne...