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James D'Amico graduated from the graduate program at National University of Ireland Galway Nov. 19, 2019. Photo courtesy Mary Maloney.

Oh, the places you’ll go

Charlotte Ives, A&E Assistant Editor April 8, 2021
For many, college years and the subsequent job search are times to consider the possibilities of where to live and work.
Natalie Landgraf (left) poses outside La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain. Photo courtesy Natalie Landgraf.

Experiences Abroad

Quinn Faeth, A&E Reporter April 8, 2021
The global pandemic's effect on international travel has significantly altered Marquette's study abroad program.
Neighboring Cultures

Neighboring Cultures

Megan Woolard, Assistant News Editor March 9, 2021
The program was started back in 2001 through a collaboration between the Office of Residence Life, the Office of International Education and the International Business department.
Campus Ministry's IMAP and MAP trips are just some of Marquette's many service opportunities.

Immersing in Service

Benjamin Wells, Executive News Editor March 6, 2021

Marquette’s mission is founded in service. There are a variety of global service groups at Marquette. Some of these include Global Brigades, MARDI GRAS, Marquette Global Ambassadors and the International...

Dwyane Wade plays on the court in the April 5, 2003 game against  Kansas in the NCAA Final Four. Photo courtesy the Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Marquette University Libraries

Iconic MU Athletics Moments

Matt Yeazel, Sports Reporter October 19, 2020
For Marquette, program-altering moments have come in the last few years for many of the university's sports.

Pandemic Anxieties and First-year Students

Jenna Koch, Opinions Columnist October 19, 2020
Changing one’s mentality to a state of healthy detachment will be an important step for many seeking to improve their mental health during the pandemic.
Marquette student-athletes protest against racial injustices in the country on September 4.

A Year for the History Books

Aminah Beg, Assistant Opinions Editor October 16, 2020
We are living in a year that has culturally reset various aspects of what before seemed to be normal.

Beyond Nostalgia

Hope Moses, Opinions Columnist October 16, 2020
In order to understand the entire meaning of nostalgia, we must look at experiences beyond the majority.
Miss Katie's Diner is located on the corner of 19th and Clybourn Streets.

The Importance of Local Dining

Lucia Ruffolo, Opinions Columnist October 14, 2020

Restaurants are the heart and soul of any city. They tell stories, provide comfort and provide a sense of belonging. In sitcoms, everyone has a place, their own hangout where they congregate with friends...

Marquette announced it would be increasing residence hall costs Sept. 2020. Marquette Wire stock photo

In with the old, out with the new

Alexandra Garner, Executive Opinions Editor October 14, 2020
During my first week of classes, I begin to recognize that many of the buildings and spaces on campus are drastically different than newer Marquette buildings like The Commons, Engineering Hall and Eckstein Hall. 
Comedian Chris Farley graduated from Marquette in 1986. Photo courtesy Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Raynor Memorial Libraries, Marquette University.

All-Star Alumni

Ariana Madson, A&E Reporter October 14, 2020
Including both household names and some lesser-known stars, the following is a brief snapshot into the lives of some of Marquette's most successful.
Class of 2020 graduate Monica Geiser wears Marquette attire alongside her family, which includes her parents, who are Marquette alumni, and her sister Gretchen, a current Marquette student. Photo courtesy Monica Geiser.

Family Legacies

Matthew Choate , News Reporter October 14, 2020
Monica Geiser, a graduate student in her fifth year in the department of physical therapy, has had 10 family members including herself attend Marquette. 
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