Henry Kwan insists he is Marquette’s “luckiest” alumnus. Who could argue?
Jen Waters says her survival is a result of astounding care from her medical team. But she attributes her full recovery to many things.
Marquette’s student body comes from 63 countries and nearly every state in the union. This tapestry brings a nearly indescribable richness to campus — and also new challenges.
Finding artful expression everywhere.
Honors Program students learn what connects philosophy and Kuk Sool Won.
Wes Richerson, Eng ’17, attended Marquette’s South Africa Service Learning Program to learn more about global health.
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We started telling stories. We started listening to stories. And just like that, we were back, fifth period: reunited, regrouped, restarted.
Amy Lovell and Lindsay Wojciechowski strapped on backpacks to join 68 students and health professionals on a medical brigade.
Sports promotion class tees up marketing ideas for U.S. Open. One foursome played a winning game.
Paul Salsini, Jour ’58, Grad ’85, finished his sixth and final book in the Tuscan series.
The 890–bed Rev. Robert A. Wild, S.J., Commons is the first major product of the university’s newly adopted campus master plan.
Dr. Jier Huang is among those at the forefront of new solar technology.
Aishah Alfadhala, H Sci ’13, explores Bolivia's wonder — from the Isla del Sol to Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world.
Ainehi Edoro ignites something students hadn’t guessed they could summon — deep interest in literature.
The Marquette Club of San Diego opened 2017 with its annual Real Chili bash.
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Mike Baxendale, Sp ’89, cohost of Bax & O'Brien radio talk show, closed 2016 with a food frenzy.
Student Chinaza Nwaneri speaks Igbo fluently.
Sandy Maxx (Sandy Patyk), Comm ’91, with MilwaukeePBS, was among 50 social media users invited to NASA.
It's a simple question ... What Marquette student event do you miss most? Who inspires you?
Sarah and Ross Gray and their son, Callum, rallied in their heartbreak to honor Callum’s identical twin, Thomas.
How can newbie grads find their workplace passion?
Matthew Costello, Grad ’11, ’16, inaugurated a new career in Washington, D.C., — senior historian for the White House Historical Association.
Ivy Awino, Comm ’13, is breaking barriers in the NBA as the first female DJ for the Dallas Mavericks.