Aaron Ledesma, Comm '14, struggled with living his faith as an openly gay man until Pope Francis cleared the air for him.
Six words from Rev. John Walsh, S.J., director of Marquette's then-renowned Teatro Maria theatre program, removed doubt for John Neumeier.
“When you walk into a room with someone who has Ebola, it’s sort of like walking out of the tunnel for the Super Bowl. It’s an intense, highly charged atmosphere," says Dr. Jay Varkey, Arts ’98.
Art appreciation begins with looking up to see what's looking you in the eye. Use our field guide to learn about art and sculpture on campus.
Trish Glennon, Jour ’96, scrapped her original post-grad plans to live in community with individuals who are intellectually and sometimes physically challenged.
Student Ian Kloehn is legally blind. “I can see everything,” he says. “It’s just blurry.” His vision for helping others is anything but.
Seeing Pope Francis during his visit to the United States taught Dan Barrett, a junior in the Diederich College of Communication, that building faith requires taking chances
Is Marquette comfortable, inclusive and welcoming to all students and staff? Nearly 4,300 people respond, pointing out strengths and areas where the university needs to improve.
James Foley Scholarship holder Jacob Zelinski helps Marquette celebrate the life of journalist alumnus Jim Foley.
Yes, the application essay matters. Connie Bennett would know that best since she reads thousands of essays written by prospective students every year in her role as senior assistant dean of undergraduate admissions.
The centennial of the Pulitzer Prize recalls the award-winning work of Marquette alumni who claimed journalism's top honor.
Dr. Jennifer Evans wins $1.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the effects of biological rhythms on health.
Studying NFL rule change to reduce head injuries, tropical rain forest and climate change, dental advances, and ecological dimensions of Nazism.
Malaria kills 430,000 people annually, most of them children in sub-Saharan Africa.
Amanda Frank, Comm ’13, works in the “insanely competitive” music industry.
Sherry Daley Jung, Arts ’62, began twirling a baton at age 3 and at age 15 founded the Daley Debutantes.
Brian Golinvaux, Bus Ad ’96, is the mastermind of Lillie’s Q Sauces.