Mission Week 2015
From Feb. 1-6, in partnership with Catholic Relief Services,
Marquette will reflect on our university's Catholic, Jesuit mission
with Mission Week, a time to recall our larger purpose and the Ignatian
spirituality that guides us.
Through our theme, "Who Cares? Charity, Justice and the
Quest for the Common Good," we will reflect on how we can be
compassionate in responding to the needs of our sisters and brothers
locally and internationally. Learn more about Mission Week 2015.
Scientist and son
Dr. Murray Blackmore was 13 when he survived the car
accident that left his mother quadriplegic. Now, 27 years later, the
assistant professor of biomedical sciences in the College of Health
Sciences is one of the foremost spinal cord injury researchers in the
In a special four-part series, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Mark Johnson of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel explores Blackmore’s research and life experiences. Read the series.
A morning with the Marquette Superfans
"You guys are easy to please," Coach Wojo said. I’m not sure
he realized how good a donut tastes after more than five hours outside. Read more.