Featured, Marquette, News

A closer look at MU research: Discovery science at the cellular level

Marquette professors honored for their research Four Marquette University professors were recognized for their ongoing research on Monday, March 7 at the annual Distinguished Scholars Reception. Dr. Rosemary Stuart, a professor of biological sciences received the Lawrence G. Haggerty Award for Research Excellence. Dr. SuJean Choi, an assistant professor of biomedical sciences, and Dr. Martin […]

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Featured, Milwaukee, News

Pabst Brewery plans development after decades of stasis

PABST IS BACK When walking around Marquette’s campus, you may have noticed the maroon rotating sign on the northeast side of I-43. “The Brewery” is written on one side of this sign and “A Joseph Zilber Historic Development” on the other. Joseph Zilber’s name is certainly known across the Marquette campus. In 2007, one year […]

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Featured, Marquette, News

Boom in studying abroad shows necessity in today’s global market

Gina Crovetti, a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences, studied abroad during both semesters of her junior year at the John Felice Rome Center, an American University located two and half miles from Vatican City. While finishing her Marquette University core curriculum credits abroad, Crovetti had an internship working in the library of […]

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Featured, Marquette, News

Marquette students with disabilities: Stories underneath the surface

VISIBLE   “It kind of gets frustrating when people assume that I can’t do something because of my disability, like that I’m not intelligent or that I can’t be on TV and tell people the news or have my own talk show because people won’t watch me.” – Shannon Webster  ***         […]

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Featured, Marquette, News

Jump Around!

Ever since his first days at Marquette University, Richard Smith, a ‘73 alumnus, has worked hard to become the successful and respected man he is today. In addition to all his post-collegiate success as a husband, father and president of one of the most prominent civil engineering firms in the country, Rick Smith has quickly […]

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University Choir Goes Virtual

Posted on 01 June 2012

When you hear the word ‘choir’, you may think of several different ideas: images of a large group of people singing in unison, long robes, or maybe even a church or balcony. But did the idea of computers and web videos ever come to mind? Probably not, but it has become quite common since 2010 […] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Obamacare, Birth Control and a Loss of Freedom

Posted on 01 June 2012

Every president’s goal when in office is to do something “big” so that they will be remembered in the history books. President Obama’s “big” thing is his health care bill, which passed March 2010. The debate over the bill was one of the most intense ever in Congress and everyday Americans flooded the town halls […] Continue Reading

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Marquette, Opinion

Employment-at-will Must Stay Law

Posted on 01 June 2012

An employee of a company does something on the job that management does not approve of. He cannot be fired because the government says so. He takes his job for granted while thousands of unemployed Americans would love to have it. Seems kind of wrong doesn’t it? The United States is the only nation with […] Continue Reading

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Business Abroad: El Salvador

Posted on 01 June 2012

On January 8 Dr. Noreen Lephardt, Dr. Heather Kohls and eight Marquette students embarked on an atypical Christmas vacation. They did not spend their vacation in a four-star hotel or a water park enjoying the remaining days before Marquette began its spring semester. Instead the group spent a week in El Salvador helping two small […] Continue Reading

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Marquette

Wheelchair Basketball Tournament March 31

Posted on 28 March 2012

By Megan Stinn The Second Annual Wheelchair Basketball tournament hosted by Delta Chi fraternity and Alpha Chi Omega sorority brings together the Marquette community to raise funds and awareness not only for their respective philanthropies but also the Milwaukee community with the help of Milwaukee Recreation. Continue Reading

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From the Editor, MUSG Beat

March Letter from the Editor

Posted on 28 March 2012

It is a shame that none of the candidates have considered any cost-cutting measures to lower the cost of tuition. One has to wonder whether MUSG represents us or the administration. Continue Reading

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Marquette, News

General Honoré Talks Leadership

Posted on 19 February 2012

Lieutenant General Russell Honoré spoke Thursday Feb. 9 at the Weasler auditorium to students and staff about Leadership. His overall message was that our nation has lost its drive for invention. He implored his audience to try and be the “next big thing.” Honoré is best known for his work done following the Katrina disaster. […] Continue Reading

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Bridge TV Needs Real Diversity

Posted on 14 February 2012

Marquette’s Raynor Memorial built its bridge extension for the Raynor Memorial Libraries in 2002. Although the bridge has a great variety of food and a unique atmosphere, the television programming is bland. That is of course unless you enjoy watching CNN all day. To a certain extent I understand why they chose CNN to be […] Continue Reading

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Dynamic Power Trio Set to Amp up Marquette Music Scene

Posted on 13 February 2012

Look out Warriors, there’s a new power-trio rising in Wisconsin and they’re set to take the world for a ride. Boasting unadulterated, raw power, catchy lyrical style, and a great beat to dance to, The Living Statues are ready to kick some life into Marquette’s music scene. The Living Statues bring an incredible blend of […] Continue Reading

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Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

Do It For The Kids

Posted on 09 February 2012

Welcome back, Warriors. I hope that your break was as fruitful and productive as mine, by which I mean that you accomplished even less than I did and earned yourself a little extra time at the Rec. In all seriousness, I do hope I find you all well. However, I must dispense with the pleasantries, […] Continue Reading

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Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

Lady Warriors

Posted on 09 February 2012

Hello Warrior-ettes! I promised my female readers a column last time and despite admonitions from my friends that I tread carefully, I want to keep my word, even if I have to be placed under witness-prevention. Now, Ladies, no one is going to deny that MU girls are classy (at least in comparison to UWM), […] Continue Reading

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Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

Too Tight

Posted on 09 February 2012

Hello, my fellow Warriors, I sincerely hope that I find you all well, and I even more sincerely hope that your Valentine’s Day was worse than mine. But, let’s put that terrible holiday well behind us. On to more important matters. I want to bring our collective attention to a plague which we really ought […] Continue Reading

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