A Q&A with Tiffany Fulford, coordinator of cultural engagement programs and services for the Office of Engagement and Inclusion
Based on the colorful campus mural “Our Roots Say That We’re Sisters,” the new podcast highlights BIPOC female voices of Marquette
On-campus and beyond, Global Brigades continues to serve amid the pandemic.
After becoming a permanent committee in 2019, the group actively advocates for undocumented students and provides support resources on campus
By Dr. William Welburn, vice president for inclusive excellence
Back in June, a group of volunteers made up of Marquette faculty, alumni and students joined forces with the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York and other volunteers to brainstorm ways to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. When the prospect of a COVID-19 vaccination came to the forefront, the team, with expertise […]
One year since the dean’s passing, Marquette community continues to reflect on his life and legacy
Senior cadet platoon sergeant reflects on lessons learned through ROTC journey
What Marquette Theatre has learned after pivoting to virtual productions amid the pandemic.
Artifacts from a historically relevant African American neighborhood are discovered amid an unrelated Civil War excavation. The unearthed treasures led to a cultural case study for a Marquette anthropology professor and her students.