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The new College of Business Administration building will be built where McCormick Hall previously stood. Photo by Jordan Johnson.

SCHABLIN: McCormick lot as green space would benefit campus

Kevin Schablin, Opinions Columnist
February 4, 2020
The three-story facility, called No Studios, is located at 1037 W. McKinley Avenue. The space will house local film organizations, companies and university programs such as Marquette’s Diederich College of Communication.

MU looks to expand film program through new Pabst space

Jenna Thompson, News Reporter
March 11, 2018

Milwaukee Startup Week hosts several events at Marquette

Josh Anderson, News Reporter
November 7, 2017
Marquette hires new vice provost for academic planning

Marquette hires new vice provost for academic planning

Jackson Dufault, Higher Education Reporter
November 1, 2016
Dance company rehearses world premiere choreography prior to Milwaukee Fringe Festival.

Professor shares dance journey

Kaitlin Majeski, A&E Reporter
August 30, 2016

Marquette students protest for higher minimum wage at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Democratic Debate

Rebecca Carballo, Student Government & Politics Reporter
February 13, 2016

Students part of GOP debate protests outside Milwaukee Theater

Sophia Boyd and Michael Cummings
November 11, 2015
MUSG will vote on the Bublr Bike legislation at their Senate meeing next week.
Photo by Yue Yin/yue.yin@marquette.edu

MUSG Senate to vote on bringing Bublr rental bikes to campus

Sophia Boyd, Student Government & Politics Reporter
October 8, 2015
Photo by Ben Erickson/benjamin.erickson@marquette.edu

Campus climate study results released

Maredithe Meyer and Kathleen Baert
September 17, 2015
Hillary Clinton talks women's rights, minimum wage at UW-Milwaukee

Hillary Clinton talks women’s rights, minimum wage at UW-Milwaukee

Laura Litwin, General Assignment Reporter
September 11, 2015
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