“Chairman Mao” and much more Marquette Magazine Andy Warhol’s “Chairman Mao” and 134 pieces of photography and contemporary art now belong to the Haggerty Museum of Art, thanks to alums Michael, Arts ’63, and Mary Tatalovich, Arts ’64, and two other donors.
Breaking out with Upward Bound Marquette Magazine Upward Bound helps low-income, first-generation students become college graduates. Since the program started in the 1970s at Marquette, it has reached more than 1,000 high school students from Milwaukee.
A greener Milwaukee starts with blue and gold Marquette Magazine Remember those zippy, AA-powered toy trucks and vans you enjoyed ramming into daddy's toes when you were only 3 feet tall? Marquette is working on something similar — with a real steering wheel instead of a remote control.
Once upon a time, there was a chapel Marquette Magazine Located at the heart of Marquette’s picturesque campus, the St. Joan of Arc Chapel is believed to be one of the few medieval structures in the Americas still used for its original purpose.
Bumps, bruises and lifelong friendships Marquette Magazine Founded in 1994, the Marquette Women’s Rugby team is one of the oldest women’s club sports on campus. The team recently beat University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 105-0.
Marquette Crew’s giant slumber party Marquette Magazine Athletes know that every extra hour of good shuteye brings them closer to that coveted golden cup — and two Marquette alums in Rockford, Ill., have been very generous in recognizing that prerequisite.
Let’s hang out at the j-Pad Marquette Magazine Previously a classroom and an instructional media center, Johnston Hall's new student lounge has everything you need — big plasma screens to plug your Macs into and, more important, couches.
17 countries, 44 smiles Marquette Magazine Ice and subfreezing temperatures didn't stop new international students from enjoying their first week in the United States or joining the orientation organized by the Office of International Education.
Curling with America’s best Marquette Magazine Bend down, back straight, bottoms up. Top U.S. curler Alexandra Carlson gave me three commands that seemed easy enough. But they were only the tip of the iceberg or, in my case, only the prelude to a glorious trip on the ice — literally.
Taxi driver Marquette Magazine Jack Wieber helps seniors in Mukwonago get to doctor appointments and grocery shopping as program director of Seniors on the GO! Taxi Service.
He believes in clucks, not trucks Marquette Magazine An urban gardener, Seamus Ford is concerned about food on wheels. He’d rather have it clucking and sprouting in his 500-square-foot garden in Chicago.
New world behind every door Marquette Magazine Ever wish you could live in a lush rainforest devoid of creepy-crawlies? Check in with Shannon Strobusch, an entrepreneur who can unlock hotel doors that are portals to exotic locations.