By Jacki Black, director for Hispanic initiatives and diversity and inclusion educational programming

In the wake of George Floyd’s murder in summer 2020, a new sort of racial awakening swept across our society and our campus. Especially for people who previously had not been confronted with the realities of racism…

Be The Difference. It’s our motto and an ideal that shows academically, athletically and on our social media accounts! Campus is beautiful and filled with prime 📸 opportunities. Here is a list of photos you shouldn’t leave campus without.

1. St. Joan of Arc Chapel (soon!)

St. Joan of Arc Chapel is not only beautiful but historical, this campus sanctuary dates back to the 15th century, so why not take a piece of medieval France with you on your phone! …

Dr. Colleen Lawton, Arts ’79, honored at 2021 ASTRO Annual meeting in Chicago

“Dr. Colleen Lawton is an inspiring servant leader and renowned expert in her field. She has devoted her career to improving the lives of others while advancing world-class medicine. Dr. Lawton continues to Be The Difference in medical circles throughout our region and around the world. On behalf of the…

The award recognizes Erik for his contributions to the essential work of Marquette at the highest level of excellence.

Erik Hendrickson, project manager for Information Technology Services, is the recipient of a 2021 Excellence in University Service Award.

The Excellence in University Service Awards recognize staff members for their contributions to the essential work of Marquette at the highest level of excellence. …

Restoration efforts are underway to uphold Marquette’s “most significant treasure”

By Jill Nuelle, communication intern in the Office of Marketing and Communication

With 600-year-old architectural elements, St. …

Marquette might not have taken me far from home, but it took me far from my past

By Grace Gasser

All throughout high school, and even middle school, I maintained that I wanted to get as far away from Wisconsin as I could when I left for college. …

The program provides groceries to any Marquette student who is having difficulty accessing food and other basic needs.

By Anna Wallace, communication intern in the Office of Marketing and Communication

Throughout elementary, middle and high school, many schools provide students, particularly those from low-income families, lunch at a reduced price or free of cost.

“But then you get to college and that stops. What do you do then?”…

Alumnus turns personal trauma into hope for generations

For Keith Myers, Bus ’62, Grad ’68, his years at Marquette were a bright spot in a life that saw more than its share of trauma. Deeply rooted in a spirit of Jesuit ethics and reflection, Keith has continually found ways to give back to his alma mater. …

By Dr. Kate Ward, assistant professor of theological ethics in Marquette University’s Klingler College of Arts and Sciences

In Wealth, Virtue, and Moral Luck, Dr. Ward addresses the issue of inequality from the perspective of Christian virtue ethics, arguing that moral luck ― our individual life circumstances ― affects our ability to pursue virtue. …

Co-written by Dr. Andrew Kim, associate professor theological ethics in Marquette University’s Klingler College of Arts and Sciences

Just War Theory and Literary Studies questions when, why, and how it is just for a people to go to war, or to refrain from warring, in a post-9/11 world. To do so, it explores “just war theory” in relationship to recent American accounts of the experience of war. This…

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