University President Michael Lovell finalized a vice president and director of athletics search committee, according to a university-news brief Monday.
A Marquette alumnus is on his way to Moscow to be the United States ambassador to Russia, the White House announced in a statement Thursday.
Dr. Michael Lovell takes office as Marquette’s 24th president and first lay president.
Marquette Gyros is known around campus for its late night cheese curds and greasy burgers, but Marquette students may need to find a new joint to go to after midnight as the 25-year-old restaurant announced Friday that it will be closing its doors for good.
An altercation led to a student being shot after a series of robberies early Friday morning, with one suspect in custody and the search for the second underway.
Nate Hams and Justin Hauter reveal their summer of 2014 playlists in the Staff Music Department’s final episode of the year!
Women are few and far between in the male-dominated — and thriving — high-tech world. While other science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields are slowly improving the gender balance, majors like computer science, computer engineering and IT are actually getting worse.
In 2012, 62 percent of Milwaukee students graduated from high school. Of these students, only 40 percent go to college, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
A nearly year-long effort from students and the Office of Intercultural Engagement will culminate in Marquette hosting this weekend’s Diversity Conference for the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. 2014 marks the 10th anniversary of the WAICU Diversity Conference, and Marquette’s second time hosting.