Alumni offer wisdom ranging from listen to your inner voice to pay yourself first (translation, bank some of every paycheck).
Amaya Hamilton and Tamara Johnson are the first group of scholarship winners and are now seniors preparing for graduation. They reflect on their journey with Marquette, the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and an unlikely friendship — with Dwyane Wade.
Pope Francis may hold the title of world's most visible Jesuit, but few other members of the Society of Jesus can claim the popularity of Father Martin, Marquette's 2014 Commencement speaker, on May 18.
It may be cold and dreary, but spring is slowly arriving. We found the first flowers of the season outside of St. Joan of Arc Chapel.
Bob Krebsbach — or Bob the Barber, the man who has given more than 367,000 haircuts to the Marquette community — is celebrating his 50th anniversary at the barbershop in Straz Tower.
The polar vortex sent Marquette students into hibernation. Many sought refuge from the cold by settling in for a Netflix marathon under a warm blanket. McKinley Murphey, a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences, wasn't among them.
In the midst of deep suffering, Mission Week speaker Immaculée Ilibagiza allowed herself to imagine the possibility of hope.