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MISCELLANEA ON MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY

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Top Five Marquette Twitter Accounts with the Most Followers:
@MarquetteU: ~27,000 followers (27.4K on Apr. 19, 2014)
@muathletics: ~17,000 followers (17.4K  on Apr. 19, 2014)
@muathletics_MBB: ~10,400 followers (10.6K  on Apr. 19, 2014)
@MarquetteMBB: ~6,700 followers (7,613 on Apr. 19, 2014)
@MUCollegeofComm: ~3,200 followers (3,256 on Apr. 19, 2014)
Side note: Although this list ranks the top MU institutional Twitter accounts, it’s worth mentioning Marquette’s new men’s basketball coach, @steve_wojo, has more than 46,000 followers on Twitter.
Source: Marquette Matters, March/April 2014 edition

Top Five Marquette Twitter Accounts with the Most Followers:

  1. @MarquetteU: ~27,000 followers (27.4K on Apr. 19, 2014)
  2. @muathletics: ~17,000 followers (17.4K  on Apr. 19, 2014)
  3. @muathletics_MBB: ~10,400 followers (10.6K  on Apr. 19, 2014)
  4. @MarquetteMBB: ~6,700 followers (7,613 on Apr. 19, 2014)
  5. @MUCollegeofComm: ~3,200 followers (3,256 on Apr. 19, 2014)

Side note: Although this list ranks the top MU institutional Twitter accounts, it’s worth mentioning Marquette’s new men’s basketball coach, @steve_wojo, has more than 46,000 followers on Twitter.

Source: Marquette Matters, March/April 2014 edition

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Throwback Thursday — Video Games at Brooks Memorial Union: In 1982, arcade video games like Tempest, Centipede and Ms. Pac-Man ate quarters from student pockets. Marquette University’s old Brooks Union game room was located — where else? — in the basement. 
The Alumni Memorial Union replaced Brooks in 1990, and Brooks Hall was demolished in 2001 to clear the way for the Raynor Library. The game room in the AMU still carries the Brooks name, in honor of Rev. Peter A. Brooks, S.J., MU alumnus, first union manager and 17th university president.
Image source: Marquette University Archives

Throwback Thursday — Video Games at Brooks Memorial Union: 
In 1982, arcade video games like Tempest, Centipede and Ms. Pac-Man ate quarters from student pockets. Marquette University’s old Brooks Union game room was located — where else? — in the basement. 

The Alumni Memorial Union replaced Brooks in 1990, and Brooks Hall was demolished in 2001 to clear the way for the Raynor Library. The game room in the AMU still carries the Brooks name, in honor of Rev. Peter A. Brooks, S.J., MU alumnus, first union manager and 17th university president.

Image source: Marquette University Archives

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