We can raze the roof but not the memories. Read some memories submitted by those who lived in the iconic res hall.
After attending a lecture on human rights, Andrew Craig shifted from pre-med to law studies. He couldn’t do justice to his calling without first experiencing work on the ground.
On Jeff Wenzler's 20th birthday all that he had taken for granted changed when his brother Joe died in his arms.
Ted Knap, Jour '40, watches the 2016 presidential campaign drama with knowing eyes, and it chafes a bit. "Oh, I watch it, damn right. If I were writing a column. ..." he says wistfully.
On a Friday afternoon hundreds of students, faculty, staff and neighbors gathered to pray for those who died or were wounded in the terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, Pa.
The President's Society recognizes and honors dedicated benefactors whose annual giving demonstrates significant commitment to the university.
Marquette senior Olanrewaju Awosika, and Dr. Richard Taylor, professor of philosophy, received Fulbright recognition this year.
Marquette is one of the first American law schools to visit Cuba since diplomatic relations reopened.
Marquette and the Medical College of Wisconsin announced the creation of a joint biomedical engineering department that melds the strengths of both institutions.
The Autism Consortium at Marquette, headed by Dr. Amy Van Hecke, is proof that innovation can rise out of perceived failure.
Every business freshman enrolls in Business Day 1, a one-semester, three-credit course on business fundamentals.
President John P. Raynor, S.J., presented Mother Teresa with the Père Marquette Discovery Award in 1981.
An endowed scholarship named for Dr. Josiah A. Powless, Med 1904, will support the recruitment and retention of Native American and under-represented minority students.
Helping people resume activities they love is the objective of Marquette's Adaptive Abilities Club.
Dr. Murray Blackmore believes a key to treating spinal cord injury could come from a seemingly unlikely source: cancer.
Startups jockey to catch the eye of Joe Kirgues, Bus Ad ’05, cofounder of gener8tor.
Enjoyment of the physically taxing life of an athlete is far from the only opportunity Sarah Arnold, Grad '14, found to stay involved with skating.
Marjee Chmiel, Arts ’99, Grad ’03, helps teachers create a sense of discovery in the classroom by creating curriculum inspired by the Smithsonian Institute.