This is how the Rev. John Schlegel, pastor of the Church of the Gesu, started off his announcement that he was recently diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer in a letter addressed to his congregation Thursday.
It’s often hard for students to relate to their professors. Luckily, music is a language everyone can speak. We asked six professors for the top three songs on their playlists, and you may just want to add them to your own. The Journal also has an exclusive scoop on Marquette University President Michael Lovell’s running playlist, the soundtrack you need to run like a president.
Every student feels anxious about leaving the safety net of his or her parents before college move-in day. Luiz Gabriel Dias Durante Machado (most just call him LG) experienced this uncertainty to the extreme. Machado is a freshman in the College of Health Sciences from Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Craig Brahten sits in his empty espresso bar and cafe, Ruby G’s, on the corner of 20th and Wells street.
It’s a restaurant fitted with all the amenities a college student might need for a serious study session: Wi-Fi, large tables and, of course, the necessary doses of caffeine required to grind out a paper or studying for a test.
This past December, Autumn Jones of The Atlantic published “The New Brand of Jesuit Universities,” which highlights the supposed tension between universities upholding their Jesuit identity while maintaining their appeal to prospective students amid changing times.