Staff and faculty have limited time left to register for summer fitness and guided meditation classes through Employee Wellness. Both 10- and 15-week class sessions are offered for a variety of classes, including: Yoga, Pilates, Immersive Spinning, Total Body Conditioning and Zumba. Shorter class sessions are offered for Core Conditioning and Therapeutic Yoga and Meditation. […]
Students in Marquette’s Diederich College of Communication worked to plan, launch and manage nine crowdfunding projects to support the student experience, service and innovation at Marquette University. You can find out more about the campaigns and support them at the crowdfunding website.
The News Briefs e-newsletter will begin its once-a-week summer publication schedule beginning the week of May 11. Thursday, May 7, will be the last Thursday edition until fall semester. News and information will be posted to Marquette Today on a daily or need basis. The submission deadline for Monday publication remains noon on Fridays.
Marquette has been added to The Princeton Review’s annual Guide to Green Colleges. This is an elite list of 353 schools that have been selected for being environmentally aware and sustainable, specifically for students’ campus quality of life that is both healthy and sustainable, and for preparing students for employment in the clean-energy economy of […]
The 20th Annual Rec Plex Golf Scramble will be Monday, June 1, at the Wisconsin Club Country Club in Milwaukee. Proceeds from the event benefit the Breadwinner Scholarship, which aids students who have lost their “breadwinner” parent during their undergraduate years, and the Rec Sports equipment budget. Registration is available online. The cost is $130 […]
“Save Student Aid” is a new campaign that intends to ensure all students have the opportunity to go to college. Over the past five years, Congress has cut funding for student aid by more than $30 billion in order to balance the budget. As a result, millions of students have not had access to federal […]
The fourth annual State of the College of Nursing Address and Reception will be held Tuesday, May 5, at 5 p.m. in the AMU Henke Lounge. The event will begin with a socialization period and the program will begin at 5:45 p.m. The program will feature a presentation and interactive discussion about the college’s recent […]
The Department of Social and Cultural Sciences will host a colloquium presentation by Dawna Goens, Mitchem Fellow, Tuesday, May 5, at 3 p.m. in Lalumiere Hall 280. Goens’ presentation, “Doubly Insecure: The Experiences of Blacks and Latinos with Labor Market Intermediaries,” will draw on work from her recently completed dissertation, exploring the experiences of minorities […]
The Center for Peacemaking and Project for Community Transformation are co-sponsoring, “Life and Legacy of Henry David Thoreau,” an encore reading of selected Thoreau writings, which promote social and environmental consciousness. The performance will be held Saturday, May 9, from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Walter Schroeder Auditorium at Cardinal Stritch University, 6801 […]
Rev. Greg Boyle, S.J., founder and executive director of Homeboy Industries, will speak at Church of the Gesu Thursday, May 7, at 7 p.m. Father Boyle’s dedication to finding a place for all in our society brought him to the Boyle Heights community of East Los Angeles, where he served as pastor of Dolores Mission […]