Monthly Archives: April 2018

You may recall the name Marquette Empowerment. They are the student group who unapologetically vandalized Marquette For Life’s (also a student group) Memorial of the Unborn not once but three times in 2016, and received no punishment whatsoever from the university for doing so. On Monday, Marquette Empowerment’s current president, who identifies as “queer,” was […]

In a poorly written but nonetheless powerful editorial, the student staff of the Marquette Tribune make clear what Marquette administration has hitherto proven too cowardly to admit: in order to be recognized as the bastion of Progressivism it seeks to be, Marquette must abandon its Catholic identity and foundation. The editorial states, “There are competing […]

The main event: “Pride Prom” — the first ever such celebration of the mortal sin of homosexual activity at a Catholic university — happens April 14, 2018. Marquette’s LGBTQ community, of course, has a whole week of activities planned ramping up to the big night. The university at large has also been working hard, all […]