HR veteran bitten by wanderlust, nostalgia Gil Pender, the protagonist in Midnight in Paris, laments not traveling often enough to the City of Lights and romanticizes the 1920s writers he idolizes. It’s fitting, then, that Claudia Paetsch (“PAY-tch”) lists the 2011 Woody Allen film among her favorites — the new vice president for human resources […]
A scheduled electric project will cause sidewalk closures on on 13th Street and Wisconsin Avenue from Monday, July 15, through Monday, Aug. 5. Access will be maintained to all building entrances, but Staff Electric will be blocking off areas of the sidewalks and pathways near Abbotsford Hall.
Marquette University has selected Barnes & Noble College to manage its campus bookstore operations, effective July 22, the grand opening date for the on-campus store. A subsidiary of Barnes & Noble Education that operates more than 770 campus stores nationwide, Barnes & Noble College replaces Follett, whose contract expired at the end of the 2019 […]
Project Night Night, a staff volunteer group that provides “comfort totes” to children residing in homeless shelters across Milwaukee, is seeking donations of new and knitted baby blankets. Blankets should be no larger than 40 x 40 inches. Each tote includes a blanket, book and stuffed animal. Donated blankets may be dropped off at the […]
The Marquette Forum is coordinating with the EOP 50th anniversary celebrations, focusing on the theme of “pathways to educational access and opportunity” for the 2019-20 academic year. The forum will offer $500 grants to faculty/staff, departments, academic units or student organizations to enhance events associated with educational access and opportunity. If you are interested in […]
As a part of the Shakespeare in the State Park series, Summit Players Theatre will perform “Romeo and Juliet” at Three Bridges Park, 610 S 35th St, on Friday, July, 19, at 5:30 p.m. The event is free of charge. Seating is general admission on a first come, first served basis. A Wisconsin State Park […]
While supplies last, consumers can get an additional 50% off already reduced clearance merchandise. Shop early for best selection. For store hours visit the Spirit Shop website.
In an extensive interview with Crux, the most-read online, Catholic news outlet in the English language, President Michael R. Lovell explained why he and the university have launched a citywide initiative to help people heal from trauma. “Pope Francis has focused on meeting people where they are in life, and listening to their own experiences,” President […]
Tom Teipel, senior architect in Facilities Planning and Management, will retire in August after more than 35 years of service to Marquette University. A retirement reception will be held in Teipel’s honor Thursday, Aug. 1, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the AMU Henke Lounge. A short program will begin at 1:30 p.m. RSVP […]
The 2019 Community Engagement Symposium, “Six Pathways to Public Engagement,” will be Tuesday, Nov. 12, in the AMU. This year’s symposium will focus on the Six Pathways to Public Engagement, as identified by the Stanford University’s Haas Center for Public Service. A list of presenters is available online. Invitation with additional details will follow this […]