'The beauty of the brain'
This year Marquette's [brain anatomy] course has drawn 102
students — mostly psychologists, a few physical therapists, a nursing
home administrator, people who seldom see the brain itself, but spend
their careers trying to understand it.
Over the next three days they will enjoy a rare opportunity. Read more from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Story by Mark Johnson; photo by Mark Hoffman, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Family matters: Mega-recruit Ellenson happy he's home at Marquette
"He wants to be coached, and all the really good players I've coached have had that quality," said Steve Wojciechowski. Read more from Reid Forgrave at FoxSports.com.
The first hurdle
To an outside observer this may come as a surprise. But to
recently graduated student-athletes it is obvious: Playing college
sports can give you a leg up in the working world. Read more.