Summer 2014 Marquette Magazine

Read the latest issue of Marquette Magazine with features including two graduates who have been ordained into the Society of Jesus, an alumni who wrote about his experience as a carnival worker and many other great stories.

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“Murray’s Problem” – A Milwaukee Journal Sentinel special report

Via Mark Johnson, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of “Murray’s Problem”:

“Murray’s Problem” [is] a new multimedia narrative from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that embeds readers inside the personal quest of Marquette University Prof. Murray Blackmore as he seeks a cure for the devastating condition that reshaped his mother’s life: a spinal cord injury. The series is being published in four parts in print, four chapters online.

The Chronicle of Higher Education highlights Marquette’s commitment to Catholic mission, tradition

Marquette University was featured in the Oct. 13 Chronicle of Higher Education cover story, “Catholic Colleges Greet an Unchurched Generation,” which focused on the university’s commitment to fulfilling its mission by “reaching into classrooms and offices to engage faculty, staff and students in shaping and continuing the college’s Catholic legacy.”

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