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Four years, four grads

Four students, four years

They have plans, aspirations and Marquette degrees. We'd like to introduce four students who recently crossed the line that separates "students" from "alumni." Here's who they've become. More

Where the River FlowsBless this bountyGod's gift to me     Summer 2007 Features
Where the river flows
Ray and Kay Eckstein's gift of $51 million to the Law School is the largest in Marquette's history.

Meet our shining stars
Marquette's 2007 Alumni Awards winners

Bless this bounty
Chef Bob De Nicola's dinner for 400 guests is a lesson in kitchen choreography.

God's gift to me
I hadn't found Christ in the faces of the poor before I met Thomas.

Class Notes
Graduation Year
In Memoriam
Post Your Note
In Memoriam
Post Your Note
Post Your Note
Antarctic adventure
Andrew Wagner, Eng '83, lived and worked in one of the most isolated places on the planet — the South Pole.
Andrew Wagner, Eng '83

Pedal pusher
Who hasn’t dreamed of taking a cross-country road trip? For Rick Barder, Bus Ad ’66, the vision included a bicycle and a lot of sweat.

Rick Barder, Bus Ad '66

Healthy choice
Candice Carswell, Comm ’03, knows how to help anyone stay on a diet. Just put her in the kitchen.

Candice Carswell, Comm '03
We are Marquette | News, Events, People

Three magazines spotlight MU

For the second year in a row, the College of Business Administration placed among the top 50 in BusinessWeek's "Best Undergrad B-Schools" issue. The magazine cited the college's "focus on ethical and moral reasoning" as well as its popular alumni mentoring program.

Three magazines spotlight MU
  Escaping poverty
Law School gets $1 million gift
News-worthy internship
Where is my bread plate?
How big is studying abroad
Haggerty's latest is Wisconsin's best
Students think Madison Avenue
Three magazines spotlight MU
Lessons in spotting fraud
Engage the world
Some Jottings: Forgiveness

Rev. Robert A. Wild, S.J.

From President Robert Wild, S.J.
The heartbreaking tragedy at Virginia Tech this past spring reminds us that no college or university exists in a bubble. Certainly our thoughts and prayers are with the students, faculty and staff of that university as they continue to seek healing after their horrendous ordeal. More

A Look Back
The first Military Ball was held at Marquette in 1943 as a tribute to student reservists. It became a university tradition during the war years.