Will this special delivery of smelly socks attract mosquitoes? It may be the only time we hope the answer is yes.
Alumnus credits his path to the company of Hollywood’s “A-list” to time spent with wonderful people.
Student-athletes hustle and so does their academic adviser, with 56 final exams packed in her carry-on bag.
Addy Sadowski took the College of Education’s first student and faculty excursion to Peru.
Students in an Honors Program seminar commune with Hamilton.
Maps illuminating 16th to 19th century explorations are treasures held in Raynor Memorial Libraries.
It was an Epic celebration!
Take our full-circle tour of things happening from every corner of campus.
Students in America and India differ on cell phone distractions in the classroom.
To call the “Watermarks” project ambitious is an understatement.
Dear Pope Leo X. A letter written in 1513 is translated into English.
Marquette lacked space to foster cross-disciplinary collaboration. Students fixed that.
This research could one day contribute to the development of therapies targeting Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Sometimes my prayer is about just taking the time to learn from my mistakes.
His Chicago-based business helps organizations grow. Daniel Weinfurter tells us how to do the same.
What was your first, best MU experience? Alumni share.
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Peter Ullrich, Arts ’84, saw patients suffer through long recoveries. He did something about it.
It was 10 degrees out when Tadhg Scully dismissed Marquette. What changed?
A son’s wedding? “We’ll be there.”
Jennifer (Fallbach) Demski gave second life to soccer gear.
Yollande Tchouapi Deacon's hunger for home cooking launched Afro Fusion Cuisine.
Tiro Daenuwy, S.J., Arts ’08, lives within walking distance of nine Hindu temples.
What MU move-in snags did freshmen face?
Some McCormick Hall residents the first full year of operation.
What’s the secret sauce in a great internship?