Raynor Memorial Libraries’ hours of operation will be unusual through the end of the year due to COVID-19 related changes to the academic calendar, Following full closure over the Thanksgiving break, the library’s hours will be as follow: Monday, Nov. 30, to Saturday, Dec. 12 Monday through Friday: 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday: Closed Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. […]
Archives for November 2020
The University Academic Senate (UAS) Executive Committee and Faculty Council invite the campus community to participate in a “student body work group listening session” on Wednesday, Dec. 2, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. To register: Students: Email Sumana Chattopadhyay, UAS chair, to request the Teams meeting link(s). Faculty and staff: The Teams meeting links are posted […]
By Emily Zalinski, student in the College of Health Sciences.
A new issue of Marquette Lawyer magazine is now available online. View an accessible PDF. Learn more about Marquette Lawyer and see past issues.
The 2020 holiday season will inevitably look different for most of us. As this unprecedented pandemic year comes to an end, know that your feelings and expectations about the holidays are probably complicated. You might be experiencing feelings of disappointment or even depression, which only add to pre-existing feelings of isolation and loneliness that come […]
How a team of Marquette staff and students sought out to empower Spanish speaking students and their families
Marquette’s Residence Hall Association (RHA) will host its annual “Igniting Hope” event on Monday, Nov. 30, at 7 p.m. The event will take place virtually via Teams. While there won’t be the traditional tree lighting ceremony this year due to COVID-19 protocols, participants will have the opportunity to hear from several guest speakers and learn more […]
The Marquette community is encouraged to participate in this year’s Holiday Giving Tree, which provides gifts for those who might otherwise not receive anything for Christmas. For the safety of volunteers, families, staff and the Marquette community, the Holiday Giving Tree effort will be held virtually this year. Individual donations will be used to purchase and […]
Dr. John Pustejovsky, associate professor of German in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, received the “Certificate of Merit” from the Goethe-Institut and the American Association of Teachers of German for his achievements in furthering the teaching of German. Pustejovsky was recognized at a virtual presentation on Saturday, Nov. 21. He was one of […]
To support Marquette’s racial equity efforts and to expand curricular offerings in the Peace Studies (INPS) major / minor, the Center for Peacemaking is offering a $2,500 course development grant to highlight the role of womxn of color—especially Black womxn—in nonviolent liberation movements. More information is available on the Center for Peacemaking’s website. Proposals from all disciplines […]