Marquette Wire

Dining halls make fixes to minor health violations

Eric Oliver

February 5, 2013

  Two critical violations were found when City of Milwaukee Health Inspectors audited Marquette dining halls in September 2012. Cobeen Hall and Straz Hall were both cited with critical violations, which were fixed whi...

Plenty of participation and excitement surround Earth Week at MU

Elise Angelopulos

April 26, 2012

As Earth Week events continue on campus this week, Marquette is also celebrating being named one of seven green colleges in Wisconsin last week by the Princeton Review. According to the Princeton Review website, Marquette was chosen because the university received high...

MU’s vegan initiative garners national recognition

Dominic Tortorice

November 4, 2010

Students voiced their concerns about the quality of food at Marquette last year during a number of forums held to gauge student satisfaction. Now, they may be seeing results. Marquette recently took part in a “Most Vegan-Friendly...

First ‘Fresh Fall Farmers Market’ being held today

October 12, 2010

Pumpkins, cheese, cider, onions, squash and more await the Marquette community as the university holds its first Fresh Fall Farmers Market today. Sponsors — including Marquette University Student Government, Students for...

EDITORIAL: Destination dining does not meet needs

Vanessa Harris

September 9, 2010

In college, a home-cooked meal becomes a sacred rarity. Just the thought of anything fresh and out of the oven can leave the most well-adjusted students feeling a little homesick. And as the weather becomes colder, students’...

MUSG wants student in presidential search committee

Jennie Jorgensen

May 4, 2010

Marquette Student Government senators want a student representative on the university's presidential search committee. The Senate unanimously approved a recommendation last Thursday calling on the board of trustees to include...