|Mission Week's challenge
This year’s Mission Week theme was Challenged to Choose: The Courage to Act.
Scholarly publication launched
War reporting, popular and visual cultures, intelligence operations and the media, media as instruments of war, and media ethics in the coverage of conflict will be explored at a scholarly conference on campus April 19-20.
Two donors, $30 million
Gifts spark excitement in College of Engineering. For the past five years Opus Dean of Engineering Stan Jaskolski has talked about Marquette’s role in preparing engineers who will make the world a better place. Alumni listened.
For military protection
Dr. Charles Wilkie, a foremost academic researcher into flame retardant polymers, was awarded an appropriation from the U.S. Department of Defense for research that may save military lives.
Student fashion show raises funds to rebuild Philippine communities.
Dublin curtain call
Student production to premiere in Ireland.
Thrift shops get help
All across the country Marquette alumni gather together every April to serve their communities. In Chicago, there are plenty of philanthropic outlets to choose.
DVD offers 125 years of history
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Studying James Bond
Plato, Aristotle and Socrates make sense, but do James Bond and Buffy the Vampire Slayer? Are there philosophical lessons to be learned from these two icons of pop culture? Dr. James South, associate professor of philosophy, says yes.
Big East Coach of the Year
Terri Mitchell owns more wins, has a better winning percentage, and has taken her teams to more postseason action than any previous Marquette women’s basketball coach.
What keeps campus humming
A year in numbers
Law School's addition
The Law School appointed Milwaukee broadcast journalist Mike Gousha a distinguished fellow in law and public policy. He will help position the Law School as “the place for solution-oriented conferences and forums.”
Engage the world
Seven days, 23 students, 1.5 tons of medicine and more than 2,300 patients.
Some Jottings: A God for our time
If it is true that God meets us where we are, then how does God meet us in an age characterized by a haunting sense of personal powerlessness, alienation between people, and a growing callousness toward life? I can think of at least three ways.