Marquette and Milwaukee community members came together on Friday, June 17, on Central Mall for a Juneteenth Celebration hosted by Dr. Kristin Haglund, the Rev. John P. Raynor, S.J. Endowed Chair and professor in the College of Nursing, and the Milwaukee nonprofit organization Safe & Sound. The event featured a variety of musical acts, with […]
A year ago, President Biden made history when he officially declared Juneteenth a federal holiday — the first new one in decades. Commemorating the emancipation of African American people who had been enslaved, June 19 is a day to remember the transformational power of human liberation as well as to celebrate Black freedom and Black […]
Come together with Marquette and Milwaukee community members for a Juneteenth Celebration on Friday, June 17, from noon to 4 p.m. on Central Mall. The free, public event is hosted by Dr. Kristin Haglund, the Rev. John P. Raynor, S.J. Endowed Chair and professor in the College of Nursing, and the Milwaukee nonprofit organization Safe […]
Por Michael Vázquez, asistente graduado en la Oficina de Diversidad e Inclusión Institucional Cada otro martes, nuestra comunidad se fortalece a través del español, café y pan dulce. Estas son las palabras que me vienen a la mente después de las reuniones de Café con Leche. Café con Leche fue una iniciativa creada con la […]
Café con Leche is a space for native Spanish speakers as well as Spanish learners to come together in community.
In celebration of the five-year anniversary of Marquette University’s 707 Hub, Marquette Today is looking back at past winners of the Brewed Ideas Challenge. Oluwapelumi Oguntade earned the honor in 2019. “It takes a village to raise a child.” Originally from Nigeria, Marquette student Oluwapelumi Oguntade understands this proverb first hand as she works to […]
Samari Price has had a passion for criminology since middle school. Now a junior at Marquette University double majoring in the subject and social welfare in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences – and working her way to a law degree – she is more motivated than ever to make her career dreams a reality.
Brandon Render, Marquette’s 2021-22 Mitchem Fellow, is no stranger to the complexities of race relations in our country. Having grown up with a Black father and a white mother, Render says that he “developed a sense of race consciousness at an early age.”
By Anna Wallace, communication intern in the Office of Marketing and Communication at Marquette University Marquette University is proud to have more diverse faculty members than ever before. From 2016 to 2020, the percentage of faculty of color at Marquette grew from 13.4% to 16.9%, part of an initiative to increase representation and enhance the […]
By Shelby Williamson, communication specialist in the Office of Marketing and Communication The Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion (OIDI) is grounded in Marquette’s Catholic, Jesuit mission and Statement on Human Dignity and Diversity. It actively works to promote a more diverse, welcoming and inclusive campus community. The office and its staff, all of whom notably come from different backgrounds, are collectively committed to enhancing the experience of all Marquette community […]