A conversation with alumna Kareeda Chones-Aguam about being a Notable Alumni and how Marquette shaped her life and career.
Andrea García, graduate assistant in the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, speaks with two campus community members who have been instrumental in making Marquette a more inclusive place for Indigenous students.
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
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
How a team of Marquette staff and students sought out to empower Spanish speaking students and their families
By Nick Stephens, communication intern in the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion
In honor of First-generation Student Week, Andrea García shares a reflection about her Marquette experience as a first-gen student and how she went from being an aspiring engineer to realizing her true vocation: to be a bilingual speech language pathologist.
By Andrea García, graduate assistant in the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion Last month on Sept. 18, best friends and dynamic duo Evelia Guerrero and Elizabeth Murillo made history as the first Latina students to be elected as Marquette University Student Government (MUSG) president and vice president. What started out as playful ribbing between […]