James Ford Murphy, Jour ’86, helped Pixar Animation Studios win several Oscars for Best Animated Feature Film.
Alumni rally to create a “place to celebrate” children with Down syndrome and support their families.
Katie Coldwell, Arts '09, wanted to be a missionary. She discovered what that means behind the walls of one of Brazil's largest women's prisons.
For Marquette's new president, the run-up to his inauguration is a sprint to connect and set a new pace for the university.
Wonder what research attracts Marquette faculty scholars? Take a look at a few examples.
“When you hear spinal cord injury, you think paralysis,” Schmit says. “But only about half of people with spinal cord injuries are paralyzed.
Better preparation for math teachers
Under Dr. Charles Franklin’s direction, the Marquette Law School Poll became the largest independent polling project in state history.
“It is fair to describe yours as a generation of unusually genuine and intense concern with social justice and intellectual freedom.”
Senior design project creatively merges function and fashion
RoboCup 2014 was as intense as the World Cup.
One important inaugural event offered the chance to look back on a banner moment in Marquette history.
The books, apple and toothbrush he stuffed inside were not preparations for class. They were preparations for going to jail.
Dr. Ulrich Lehner received a letter last fall that caused him to whisper, “Oh, my.”
The Marquette University Student Government funded two sustainability projects this year.
Somer Nowak, Arts ’14, has always known she was different.
Tammera Dykema, Bus Ad ’92, knows a great spot to pick up chicks.
The most thrilling ride for Jenni Magee-Cook, Arts ’92, didn’t happen on a roller coaster.
Genevieve Grdina, Comm ’09, spends her work time like many employees — on her Facebook page.