Jeff Richlen, Grad '07, says bringing Harley-Davidson's LiveWire electric motorcycle to the road isn't about being green.
Kimberley Motley, Law '03, is often the first contact for a Westerner who gets in hot water in Afghanistan.
Where 70-somethings and 20-somethings gel well and make it hard to tell who is teaching or learning more.
Chris Ponteri, Speech ’88, Bus Ad ’99, was inspired after running the San Francisco Marathon in 2006.
A crowd of almost one hundred people erupted with suggestions for the Fugees, as they are known on campus, to perform in their alumni show “Goodbye, Humphrey Hall.”
Students, faculty and staff arrived during Milwaukee’s February 1 blizzard, took off their coats and pulled on hairnets and gloves.
Dr. Howard Fuller, Grad ’85, is animated when he recalls dodging machine gun fire from Portuguese helicopters during the 1960s liberation movement in Mozambique, taking shelter with his translator at a banana plantation before escaping into the mountains.
College of Health Sciences receives $5 million for mental health center
President Michael Lovell announced the establishment of a Strategic Innovation Fund — the first such fund for Marquette. Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp was named vice president for research and innovation.
What hangs on the walls of the Haggerty Museum of Art’s second-floor gallery is the vision of students. Visitors pass by images of stoic faces, joyful reunions and postures of anxious grief.
For those who wonder what energizes fundraisers, it pays to meet Michael VanDerhoef, Jour ’84. He gets a boost daily watching students walking to and from classes — he calls it “watching the tide come and go.”
Study abroad doesn’t have any intergalactic destinations, but hundreds of Marquette students reach the far edges of the world in a wide variety of programs.
You may recognize the voice of idealistic district attorney Harvey Dent. But before becoming the good guy (maybe going bad guy) on Fox television’s new series Gotham, we knew him as Nick D’Agosto.
Marquette named the Opus College of Engineering in September to honor the life and legacy of alumnus Gerald “Gerry” Rauenhorst, Eng ’51.
Basketball is king at Marquette. But in the 1950s, football was also royal, at intercollegiate and intramural levels.
Beginning with the fall 2015 semester, students in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences will earn 120 credits instead of 128.
Stephen Hudson-Mairet is an associate professor in the Diederich College of Communication Theatre Arts Department and chair of digital media and performing arts in the Helfaer Theatre.
It was July 2005 when Dr. Mallory O’Brien noticed a disturbing trend: Milwaukee was on pace to have twice as many tavern-related homicides as the previous year.
Wonder what research attracts Marquette faculty scholars? Take a look at a few examples.
Brian Hodous, Bus Ad '85, appreciates the powerful pull of gaming.
Sgt. Adam Plantinga, Arts ’95, tells crime novelists how to write about cops.
Paul T. Kirner, Bus Ad ’69, ran the equivalent of the circumference of the earth.