A legacy continues
Ed Pepan’s care for students is remembered.
'Tis the season
A year in numbers.
Museum director moves in
A graduate of Wisconsin’s Beloit College, Wally Mason is happy to be back in the Midwest. He earned his M.F.A. at Indiana University.
Aspin Awards presented
Surprise announcement caps ceremony.
The mustard dash
Students run for sandwich fixings.
Professor of the Year
According to Dr. Kristina Ropella teaching is the most energizing and perfect of occupations, save, perhaps, that of jazz dancer.
11th Street mall opens
Students did the honors at the ribbon-cutting ceremony held to celebrate the grand opening of the 11th Street Mall that runs between Cobeen and Carpenter halls.
Alumna reaches back to Marquette
Gift sets a record for College of Health Sciences.
Students think fast and choose stocks.
Focus on engineering work force inspires donors
Marquette moved a step closer to breaking ground on a visionary building to house the College of Engineering when Robert and Patricia Kern made a gift of $15 million to the project.
Who are our students?
Blue and gold runs in their blood: 22 percent of freshmen are from legacy families, meaning their parents, aunts, uncles or grandparents are Marquette alumni.
Center for Peacemaking opens
How can people work for peace? At the new Marquette University Center for Peacemaking, students, faculty, staff and community members will seek answers to that question.
Engage the world
A Marquette education urges students to get beyond the 90-acre campus.
Some Jottings: Love sheds light
Those of us who feel close to God are usually there because something has pushed or pulled us..