Students refer to theology course readings for guidance and encouragement during COVID-19.
Garrett Gundlach, S.J., Arts ’09, reflects on the moments — big and small, remarkable and unremarkable — from everyday life where God’s presence is revealed, often by some combination of grace, openness and luck.
When campus emptied, the Marquette University Neighborhood Kitchen pivoted to help students while reducing food waste.
Former Marquette athletes working in health care sent current student athletes videos of support during COVID-19.
Alyssa Deutsch, Comm ’20, shares a story of unexpected friendships.
Lisa A. Mazzie, professor of legal writing, offers best practices from her experience transitioning to online learning for Marquette Law School.
Dr. Karisse Callender, assistant professor in the College of Education’s Counselor Education Counseling Psychology Department, discusses self-compassion techniques that can help during the stress of a pandemic.
A competition to redesign the restrooms in Marquette’s popular 707 Hub brings out the best in students.
A prominent sports journalist turned Catholic educator returns to tell of his Chicago school’s toughest season yet.
An interview with Dr. William Welburn By Saul Lopez, graduate assistant in the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion Last month I sat down with William Welburn, vice president for inclusive excellence for Marquette University’s Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, to talk about how the office is adapting to the current situation. Dr. Welburn leads […]