Bryon Riesch turned tragedy into hope.
Dr. John Pustejovsky's message about Jesuit education is worth sharing.
John Tefft, Arts ’71, and Mariella (Cellitti) Tefft, Arts ’70, are soft touches when it comes to love of country.
November events and conversations focused on a better future for our students, our understanding of the world and our work together.
School Principal Robert Croston brings magis and cura personalis to his Chicago school.
Curious questions It’s kind of a simple question…What inspires you?
What MU student event do you miss most? Answer our curious questions in every issue.
Share your vintage photos!
How can newbie grads find their workplace passion?
Finding artful expression everywhere.
Sketchnotes for engineers.
Communication senior Michelle Miller shares an international discovery.
Business, engineering and Milwaukee's Rexnord join forces for engineering grads.
Nicole Grehn lost control of everything when her heart stopped. She’s taking it back now.
“I thought I knew my religion.” — That type of dawning can make a teacher sing.
The Behavior Clinic’s track record earns recognition as a “nationally replicable model” and a major grant.
The university launches a conversation format designed to inspire thinking — together — about racial justice and inequality.
“There’s no such thing as monotony when you’re a bus driver for kindergartners."
Take our full-circle tour of happenings from every corner of campus.
Daniela Castillo, Arts ’14, turned a lifelong passion for animals into her own business, Dogs MKE.
Bill Kraus, Comm '92, honors American heroes, BBQ style.
They summit Mt. Ebert and celebrate the moment with a Marquette salute.
Cubs fan William Hinsdale, Arts ’72, reps Marquette at the third game of the World Series.
The “voice” of Marquette’s TV commercial, Megan Bianco, mixes studies, sticks and service.
Because Joan (O’Connor) Brennan, Nurs ’81, a trained school psychologist heard a comment 14 years ago.
Alumni clubs What’s shakin’? Check out these alumni activities and more. Visit go.mu.edu/alumni-events.
He answers the phone “Dr. Lloyd Walton,” which would elicit a delighted chuckle from Coach Hank Raymonds.