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THE MAGAZINE OF MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY FALL 2005
   

Soul Doctor

The deserts of Iraq may be thousands of miles from the free clinic at 51st and Ashland on the south side of Chicago, but in the space between them, hands outstretched in service, stands Bill Blazek, Arts ’86, a Gulf War I infantry officer turned medical doctor turned Jesuit scholastic. | More
    FALL 2005 FEATURES
Brainteasers
They are three of our best faculty, whose gift for the art of teaching sets the bar for excellence.
 
I object
Law students claim championship title in the national trademark law moot court competition.
 
School makes it possible
First-generation college students begin to see themselves as doctors, dentists and other health care providers.
 
Here's why your gifts matter
Students and faculty say it best. Here’s why they’ll never forget what 57,641 donors have given Marquette.

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ALUMNI PROFILES

New career is tailor-made
Anne Garcia McCullough, Arts ’90, went from attorney to full-time mom. Then came a major life change.

Making the most impact
Working as a computer programmer in China, Tao Huang, Grad ’90, was restless and ready to make a change.
Born to write
Dr. Ann Brill started to write at the age of 4 – on the kitchen wall. Her mother told her she had to find a better place.
 

Quilts tell the story
Marquette’s Haggerty Museum of Art hosted NAACP conventioneers in July to celebrate Gwendolyn Magee, an artist who has stitched the experiences of African-Americans into incredible quilts.

  MORE NEWS
  She let God be the reason
Scholarship paves the way
The indispensable RA
Giving Hurricane Relief
Swift's classic has new home
On writing effectively
The brain and alcohol
Scholars globe trot
Art, faith justice intersect
It's about shaping moral character
Symbols of friendship
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From President Robert Wild, S.J.
With the success of The Magis Campaign, I believe our supporters are now telling us is this: Do not settle for just being very good — be truly great.

  MORE NEWS
  Some Jottings: "Seasons of Change"
Past Issue Archive

A Look Back at 1958

O'Donnell Hall opened in 1952 as a women's residence. Today, it's home to 300 freshman men.