All Marquette faculty and staff are invited to join the Near West Side Partners on Wednesday, Feb. 21, for an exclusive happy hour and Marquette men’s basketball game. The happy hour will begin at 5 p.m. at the Five O’Clock Steakhouse and features drink specials and free appetizers. This special event is open to the […]
Marquette University’s administration carefully monitors weather conditions. All Marquette operations are open and classes remain as scheduled on Friday, Feb. 9. In the event of a weather closure, numerous communications are sent to students, faculty and staff via text, social media and email prior to 5:30 a.m. in accordance with university policy. Friendly reminder: It […]
The Office of Student Development and Center for Community Service are hiring program assistants for the 2018-19 school year. Positions include: student conduct, late night programming, student organizations, annex programming, and community service. Students can access more information and applications online. The deadline to apply is Friday, Feb. 9.
For those who are interested in following Emery Lehman’s events at the Olympics, his schedule is as follows: 5,000 meter race (medal round) on Sunday, Feb. 11, at 1 a.m. CT. Watch live online. Team pursuit (qualifying round) on Sunday, Feb. 18, at 5 a.m. CT. Watch live online. Team pursuit finals (medal round) on Wednesday, Feb. 21, […]
Dear students, National Marquette Day, Saturday, Feb. 3, is our day. A day filled with school spirit and pride; a time to Ring Out Ahoya and support our athletic teams; a way of being in community with fellow students, alumni, faculty and staff; and a celebration of all things Marquette. There are many great events […]
Watch President Lovell’s campus address in its entirety. President Michael R. Lovell in his campus address Wednesday, Jan. 17, won over a standing room only crowd of mostly faculty and staff when he concluded his fourth annual speech by doubling down on the university’s beloved “gift of time” benefit — university employees will now also […]
Wilmore Peters arrived in this country from Belize and learned English as well as how to overcome dyslexia. Today, he has worked for Facilities Services as a custodian for nine years. He enjoys going to Marquette basketball games, connecting with students, and reading Malcolm Gladwell. Listen to the podcast here.
Marquette Action Program spring break service trip applications are now open. MAP offers several trips throughout the United States, providing a wide range of opportunities to engage in service and reflect on social justice during spring break. A complete list and descriptions of the trips are available online. Registration, which is available online, is due […]
National Day of Prayer for Life is Monday, Jan. 22. Marquette’s formal observance of this day will begin with Mass at noon at the St. Joan of Arc Chapel, followed by a prayer walk across campus to the Chapel of the Holy Family in the AMU for reflections and a short prayer service touching upon the broad array of […]
In 2016, Bob Dylan was awarded, with some controversy, the Nobel Prize in Literature. This spring the Center for the Advancement of the Humanities invites the Marquette community to participate in a 12-week seminar based on the recent book, “Why Bob Dylan Matters,” by the Harvard classicist Richard Thomas. This seminar will be limited to […]