Popularly known as the “Festival of Lights,” Deepavali (Divali) is one of the most vibrant festivals celebrated all over the world by most Hindus, Jains, Buddhists and Sikhs. The five days of Divali encompass the darkest day between the lunar months of Ashvin and Kartik, running this year from Saturday, Oct. 22, to Wednesday, Oct. […]
Alma-Aliyah Tolson, a sophomore studying psychology in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, says her own experiences with mental illness and how it has affected her family are what drive her to pursue a career as a mental health counselor.
By Katie Darragh, communication intern in the Office of University Relations at Marquette University The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) is a federally funded academic program that motivates and enables low-income and first-generation students at Marquette University whose parents do not have a baccalaureate degree to enter and succeed in higher education. EOP’s Student Support Services […]
By Fátima Jiménez González, junior in the College of Education On Thursday, Sept. 22, I became one of a small group of Latinx leaders who were able to meet with Vice President Kamala Harris during her visit to Milwaukee. As a DACA recipient living in the United States, receiving this opportunity was something I never […]
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we celebrate wide-ranging accomplishments of Hispanic Marquette alumni.
Marquette University employees now have an opportunity to participate in a free Spanish for Higher Education Professionals course which will run over 12 weeks from January to April. In-person instruction will take place from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesdays from Jan. 23 to April 21, 2023. The course includes additional asynchronous coursework via D2L. […]
The queer community is a broad spectrum which includes many different identities. Join Soup with Substance on Wednesday, Oct. 12, at noon in AMU 163 to hear Emma Mentley Wuetrich (she/her) and Katie Jacobson (she/her) from the LGBTQ+ Resource Center discuss the importance of a queer vocabulary, the power of words, and our alphabet soup. […]
The “Our Roots Say That We’re Sisters” podcast series features women students, faculty, staff and alumnae of color who have exhibited leadership, positive impact or social change in their personal or professional roles, especially those who remain unsung “sheroes.” Associated with Marquette’s campus mural project, this project showcases the diversity, richness and complexity of our […]
Marquette’s rich history is incomplete without acknowledging the university’s location among the lands and waterways of the Milwaukee area’s Indigenous nations. On this Indigenous Peoples Day, we reflect on the progress made to better honor and celebrate these connections and the work yet to be done.
The Marquette Indigeneity Lab promotes Marquette’s Indigenous undergraduate students’ experiential learning through high-impact, faculty-mentored interdisciplinary research.