Five-year Reunion • Class of 2013

Class of 2013 Throwback Photos

See who's already registered to attend your reunion.

Attend your Class of 2013 Friday-night Party

Friday, Oct. 5, 2018
8 - 11:30 p.m.
Old World Third Street Bar Crawl: Oak Barrel, Cantina Milwaukee, and Who’s on Third

Join your classmates for a Old World Third Street Bar Crawl! $25 includes a Marquette mug, T-shirt, and hosted beer and wine at Oak Barrel from 8 - 9 p.m. Enjoy drink specials and complimentary food at Cantina from 9 - 10 p.m. and end your evening at Who's on Third for drink specials.

Please note that $5 of the registration cost for your class party will be considered a non-refundable donation to the Scholarship Fund. Register by Friday, Sept. 28. Friday-night Party registration prices will increase by $5 at the door.

Register for Reunion + Homecoming 2018 events today!

 

Make a gift in honor of your Five-year reunion

Let’s do something special in honor of our reunion and present Marquette with a gift that truly embodies our pride and love of this university by helping current and future students.

Class of 2013 goal is $20,000 with at least 200 donors participating.


Share your Marquette memories

Share a few of your favorite memories and photos from your time as a Marquette student. We may use your photos and stories in Reunion + Homecoming promotion. Share your photos using our online form, and get connected with classmates now on your class Facebook group.


Reunion + Homecoming volunteering

A reunion celebration is only a success if your classmates come back to celebrate with you. We need a strong group of volunteers who are willing to help create a buzz leading up to Reunion + Homecoming. No matter the amount of time you are able to commit, we have an opportunity for you! Visit the volunteering webpage for more information.


YOUR CLASS OF 2013 VOLUNTEERS

Caroline Campbell, Comm ’13

Colleen Claflin, Arts ’13

"I give back to Marquette in gratitude for everything my four years at MU gave to me - personally and professionally. Not only do I still count the girls I met on my floor in McCormick among my closest friends, but as the oldest of four to attend MU, it's something that we share as a family, and that makes Marquette all the more important to me."

Cathryn Curoe, Comm ’13

Kathryn DeLapp, Ed ’14

"Marquette has given me much, and while I appreciate the education I received here (particularly what I learned in the theater department), Marquette remains significant to me today due to the relationships I built as a student, relationships that continue on today. My Marquette friends are a steady force of support and love; we celebrate life's joys together and hold each other up through the challenges we face. Together, with these wonderful people by my side, I am happy to continue to support Marquette when I can!"

Maura Falk, Nurs ’13

"I am so grateful for the home Marquette became for 4 years, gifting me with experiences that helped shape who I am today. One of the things I appreciate most is the way I was challenged to discover my passions and uncover talents I didn't know I had. I also was lucky to meet many close friends. I can't help but smile anytime I think of the memories I made at Marquette, and I'm happy to help bring the class of 2013 together!"

Katharine Foley, Comm ’13

"My Marquette experience shaped the woman I am today. Enriched by fruitful education inside and outside the classroom, my four years were influenced by smart, passionate and curious people that pushed me to be more. From meeting my husband to developing my closest friendships, I will always cherish the memories and experiences we shared at Marquette."

Kevin Foley, Ed ’14

"My Marquette experience has not only brought me lifelong friends and memories, but it has also helped shape the ways I view and interact with the world. For this reason, I choose to volunteer to give back both to Marquette and to the classmates who made my four years there so enjoyable."

Allen Halas, Comm ’13

Zach Klupchak, Comm ’13

Erin Lagasca, Ed ’13

"When I think of Marquette, I think of community. At Marquette, I made some of my closest friends and grew in my faith. Marquette is like a second home, and I look forward to seeing members of Class of 2013 at the reunion."

Sonia Longreen, Arts ’13

Jim Love, Comm ’13

"Marquette means the world to me. I met my best friends in college and I couldn't be more excited to reunite with all of them in October."

Meg Pirics, Arts ’13, Law '16

"I am volunteering for my five-year reunion because for me, Marquette means 'home.' Marquette gave me so much more than an education; it gave me the freedom to discover my passions, the space and support I needed to grow professionally, spiritually, and personally, and memories and friendships that will last a lifetime."

Megan Reardon, Bus Ad ’13

Clare Reszel, Ed ’13

Emily Schroeder, Arts ’13

Christy Sladky, Eng ’14

“The Marquette family was a huge part of my life while I lived on campus. Five years later, I still have great relationships with the lifelong friends I made there, but I know we all miss the feeling of getting together on campus, where it all began! I can’t wait to bring everyone back to downtown Milwaukee for our reunion weekend. Stand Up Marquette!”