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Marquette University In The News is a weekly compilation of top media reports about Marquette University and members of the university community.

November 4, 2015

TOP STORIES

Marquette unveils new Jesuit Residence
Former Marquette President Father Robert A. Wild, S.J., took reporters on a tour of the university's new 40,000-square-foot, five-story Dr. E. J. O'Brien Jesuit Residence, where he and 24 other Jesuit priests just moved before the building's formal dedication last Friday. "I thought this might be tough fundraising, but it came together as quickly as any project we've had at Marquette," Wild said of the new residence. "The building was entirely funded when we put the shovel in the ground."

Story appeared in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Oct. 30, 2015

Similar story appeared in The Badger Catholic, Nov. 3, 2015


'Teal out,' bystander intervention training raises awareness of sexual violence prevention
Marquette University police officers handed out posters and ribbons as part of a "teal-out" to raise awareness of sexual violence and domestic violence prevention efforts. The efforts coincided with the conclusion of campus-wide bystander intervention training sessions for all Marquette sophomores, a new addition to community-based programming that for the past five years has provided sexual violence prevention training sessions for all first-year students.

Story aired on WISN-TV (ABC 12), Oct. 28, 2015

Similar story aired on WTMJ-TV (NBC 4), Oct. 28, 2015


Marquette president discusses effort to add grocery store near campus
Marquette officials are looking to add a grocery store near campus. President Michael Lovell said a grocery store is a high priority for the campus. Marquette is partnering with the Near West Side Partners Inc. on the project. "We're getting pretty close and we're getting fairly serious with two different supermarkets," Lovell said at one of his Fireside Chat question-and-answer sessions.

Story appeared in the Milwaukee Business Journal, Nov. 2, 2015

Story aired on WITI-TV (FOX 6), Nov. 2, 2015


Marquette report finds Milwaukee industry constricted
For the seventh straight month, a report from Marquette's Center for Supply Chain Management on manufacturing in southeastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois finds that the industry remains constricted.

Story appeared on Reuters, Oct. 30, 2015

Similar story appeared on Greater Milwaukee Today, Oct 31, 2015


Kleefisch discusses Wisconsinites' concerns at Marquette Law School forum
Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch was asked at a Marquette University Law School forum why polls indicate that most Wisconsin residents think the state is headed in the wrong direction. Kleefisch told the audience on Oct. 21 that she thought the polls reflected Wisconsinites' concerns about where the nation is headed.

Story appeared on Politifact, Oct. 29, 2015


Joseph Kearney, dean of the Law School, gave a history lesson on the U.S. Supreme Court. "If the judiciary is no longer protecting practices because they stem from obligations arising from one's creator, discerned from Scripture and supported by the teachings of church leaders and theologians, but instead because a claimant simply feels a higher power or inner calling, then the judiciary is not operating with a coherent theory of religious freedom but rather just deferring to individuals' idiosyncratic senses of self-realization, autonomy," Kearney said.

Story appeared in the Catholic Herald, Oct. 29, 2015


Julia Azari, associate professor of political science, discussed why previous debates have been so heated despite many Republican candidates agreeing on issues. "What we are starting to see is there is a division over profit and I see this having emerged in a pretty coherent way," she said.

Story aired on Milwaukee Public Radio, Oct. 31, 2015


Charles Franklin, professor of law, commented on the upcoming Republican debate and the candidate's demands. "I can't remember a time when we've seen a large number of candidates act in concert to take control of at least some aspects of debates," Franklin said. "That is a surprise, and especially as a revolt against the Republican National Committee and Chairman Reince Preibus."

Story aired on WISN-TV (ABC 12), Nov. 2, 2015

Similar story appeared on the website of WQOW-TV (ABC 19, La Crosse), WAOW-TV (ABC 9, Wausau), Nov. 2, 2015


Jennifer Evans, assistant professor of biomedical sciences, received a $1.7 million grant to study the effects of circadian rhythms and human health.

Story aired on Milwaukee Public Radio, Nov. 3, 2015


Marquette's campus on the route for Milwaukee Marathon
The Milwaukee Running Festival, the first marathon within Milwaukee city limits, wound through the Marquette campus as part of its route. Runners also passed the Summerfest grounds, Lake Michigan lakefront, Milwaukee Art Museum and East Side.

Story appeared on the website of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Nov. 1, 2015



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