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Pantone

Pantone

April 26, 2016

MURPHY: The need for community when faith has its doubts

Ryan Murphy

April 19, 2016

Filed under Journal, Opinions

There are some people who can write, read or study for hours at a time without ever having to get up. I am not one of them. I am always getting bored with my work, getting up for a drink, getting up to stretch my legs. After reading...

HUGHES: Cs get degrees and nap time too

Morgan Hughes

April 19, 2016

Filed under Journal, Opinions

We've all heard the phrase "C's get degrees." Maybe you use it jokingly, maybe you use it to validate your tendency to underachieve, but whichever meaning you assign to the trope, the general understanding is the same – why...

HORSWILL: Understanding innovation in developing world

Caroline Horswill

April 19, 2016

Filed under Journal, Opinions

If you Google search the word "innovation" beyond its definition, you will find pages upon pages of organizations, business reviews, technology articles, even tweets about the term. Innovation has become the western world’s...

A new perspective

A new perspective

November 25, 2015

After Abroad

After Abroad

November 25, 2015

The Superman Effect

The Superman Effect

November 25, 2015

The Relationship between Feminism and Catholicism

Morgan Hughes

November 24, 2015

Filed under Journal, Opinions

Let me begin by saying I love Marquette. I am not Catholic, but I appreciate the values that Marquette, as a Catholic, Jesuit institution, encourages: service, unity and compassion, among other things. That being said, because...