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UNIVERSITY IS REMEMBERING ONE OF ITS OWN. MORE THAN A THOUSAND PEOPLE GATHERED TONIGHT IN A TOUCHING CEREMONY TO HONOR JAMES FOLEY.
James Foley always admired the Jesuit resolve he learned as a college student at Marquette University : To help those in need, to fight for underdogs and to tell stories that no one else would.
After 23 years of leading Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin in its hunger relief efforts, president Bonnie Bellehumeur has announced she will retire Dec. 31. In 1991, Bellehumeur started with Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin then America's Second Harvest of Wisconsin.
IT STARTS AT 6:00 AND THE PUBLIC IS INVITED. TWO ARMED ROBBERIES IN JUST TWO DAYS.
A prayer vigil for slain journalist and Marquette University alum James Foley will be held on the MU campus Tuesday evening MELINDA, THANK YOU.
One of six Marquette University students who were robbed overnight Friday while walking home from the bars told WTMJ-TV that he and his friends may have started the incident with a drunken comment.
Sergeant Anthony Fiecke has been deployed twice in Iraq. He is now in Afghanistan with the Wisconsin National Guard 829th Engineer Co.
James Foley, beheaded last week by Islamist militants, knew the risks of working in war zones, but wanted to make sense of a dangerous world In 2011, editors at GlobalPost - an international news website based in Boston in the US state of Massachusetts - talked him into a stateside writing job.
The late-July poll by the Marquette University Law Schools hints at shifting opinion in the northern parts of Wisconsin.
Whenever the identities of American patriots killed in Iraq and Afghanistan are released, "PBS Newshour" scrolls their names, military ranks and hometowns on the screen, in silence.
Future journalism of students at Wisconsin's Marquette University will get some help from a scholarship fund in honor of James Foley.
Parents of the engaged couple are Mark and Pam Ganske of Greenfield and Dean Gardner of Chattanooga, Tenn., and Nam Jin Gardner of Milwaukee.
James Foley's reasons for becoming a reporter were modest but not small. During the summer of 2007, he enrolled at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
Carole A. Michels, 73, of rural Elburn, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014, at home, surrounded by her loving husband and children, and her dear sister Judy.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 08:45 am
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