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Three more seek seats on Wauwatosa Common Council
Three more candidates for Common Council seats have emerged, bringing the total to four - all seeking a place in one of the three districts in which incumbents are stepping down.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
West Wisconsin Avenue group creates economic development corporation
A committee looking for ways to improve West Wisconsin Avenue, including The Shops of Grand Avenue, will create an economic development organization.
Education Roundtable: Always lots to learn
There's been a lot of discussion in recent years about how colleges and universities are adapting their models to continually meet the demands of business as well as the students they serve.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
High School honor rolls now online
Not only you will find the complete list of hundreds of outstanding area students, but when you click on a student's name, you'll see a printable honor roll certificate.
During break, MU Public Safety will watch student homes
While designed with seniors in mind, this month's series of exercises will benefit all age groups.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Marion Caunter: Trained in America to be a star in Malaysia
Many people come to America to receive an education in order to use what they have learned back at home in their native country.
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Acuity names Miller VP
Miller previously served at Acuity as house counsel and general counsel/governmental affairs.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Ten trends defining tech-based development in Wisconsin
Here are 10 trends shaping the future of Wisconsin's tech-based economy: Campus entrepreneurism: A decade ago, it was difficult to find organized entrepreneurial education programs on Wisconsin campuses, the exceptions being the Weinert Center of Entrepreneurship at UW-Madison and the Kohler Center for Entrepreneurship at Marquette University.
Marquette launches national search for its next president
For the first time, Marquette University is using a national executive search firm as it sizes up candidates to become the school's 24th president.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Orthopedics is new physician assistant's specialty
Emily Rhoads has joined Woodland Healthcare as a physician assistant in orthopedic surgery.
Marquette University program sends students to South Africa
A UNIQUE PROGRAM AT MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY SENDS STUDENTS TO SOME OF THE SAME PLACES IN SOUTH AFRICA WHERE NELSON MANDELA MADE HIS BIGGEST IMPACT.
Longtime Waukesha city attorney Curt Meitz won't run for re-election
Longtime city attorney Curt Meitz will not seek re-election as he filed for non-candidacy with Clerk-Treasurer Gina Kozlik today.
Milwaukeeans Reflect on Nelson Mandela's Achievements and Influence
The iconic leader survived 27 years in prison during the Apartheid era and went on to become a powerful symbol of a changing continent.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
What are the criteria for a Marquette snow day?
The night before the snow day frequently called Snowpocalypse of 2010, Kathleen Schneider, a senior in the College of Health Sciences, recalls walking to Schroeder for dinner and being slapped with wind and snow.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Former Round Lake Mayor James Lumber dies
A former Round Lake mayor who also was the College of Lake County's first board chairman is being remembered as a friendly and kind person who cared deeply for the communities he served.
Marquette University uses domestic terrorist book for requiring reading
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Mon Dec 02, 2013
Getting a handle on healthcare
Getting a handle on healthcare. All this week, and next, we're airing a series of reports about the changes to healthcare in this country.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Morning commute snarled by back-up from Van Buren/Jackson exit eastbound
A highway planner might easily have overlooked that closing the Lakeshore exit from I-794 eastbound would cause traffic to back up all the way to the edge of Marquette University.
Milwaukee Courier Online
Milwaukee teachers honored in first-ever celebration of teaching
Marko Radmanovic, assistant principal at Escuela Vieau, looks astounded when asked if he's ever considered leaving teaching or Milwaukee Public Schools .