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Nothing like a nice run around the clock PDF Print E-mail
Carolyn Smith has logged thousands upon thousands of miles on her personal pedometer as an ultra-marathoner, but...
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MU's Cords honored during halftime ceremony PDF Print E-mail
The setting Saturday afternoon at the Bradley Center, with Marquette hosting Wisconsin in a nationally televised...
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UWM, MU, UW players make all-region teams PDF Print E-mail
UW-Milwaukee's Cheryl Hegemann and Leanne Felsing were named to the 12-member American Volleyball...
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State colleges roundup PDF Print E-mail
Cheryl Hegemann had 13 kills to lead four players in double figures Friday as the UW-Milwaukee volleyball team swept...
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Marquette, UWM stopped in second round PDF Print E-mail
Laura Boyer did all she could to try to deny the Florida Gators a spot in the third round of the NCAA women's soccer...
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AD search will take some time PDF Print E-mail
The search for a new athletic director at Marquette University will last until at least the summer of 2007, a top MU...
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Soccer bids for UWM, MU PDF Print E-mail
Playing against Notre Dame is always a measuring stick for top women's soccer programs. Marquette hopes to get a...
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MU 1, Villanova 0 PDF Print E-mail
One and done. That was the unhappy prospect facing the Marquette University women's soccer team on Sunday, if...
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The Ugly Side of SA PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dominick Riesland   

In all my time as a student and observer on campus, I have not seen anything as sketchy as the events of the past several months in the Student Association business.  Meetings that should have happened were cancelled, while others of questionable legality took place that instituted major changes.  Attempts to gather information about what is going on are met with assertions about how the SA is not required to furnish it.  It is no wonder that certain organizations on campus are in open revolt.

As a graduate who has been involved with an organization on campus for four and a half years, I have had to deal with a certain level of campus politics on a regular basis. Certain student government procedures become accepted because they work.  But when they are changed without explanation and replaced by obviously flawed substitutes, it is a sure sign of trouble.

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Let’s See what Happens PDF Print E-mail
Written by Drew Baryenbruch   

Wow, the power of the press.  I couldn’t believe the response I got from my last article, Democracy Now an Illusion at UWM.  I spent a year and a half as a senator trying to get people to care and to become involved the way students did over that one story.  Apparently, I was going about it all wrong. 

They tell me this started a stir around campus.  Students have taken time out of their days to think about the Student Association.  Call me a dork, idealist or just sick, but I got a little tingle from all that. That’s right something touched me – not a politician or priest – but rather, people who were informed.  People caring and feeling outraged by those that represent them. 

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Sunday college roundup PDF Print E-mail
Marquette got goals from forward Christy Zwolski and defender Katie Kelly and defeated St. John's, 2-1, in a women's...
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