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THE MAGAZINE OF MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY FALL 2006
The Beginnings

The Beginning: A Jesuit college in Milwaukee?

A Jesuit college in Milwaukee? Many balked at Bishop J. Martin Henni's impossible dream. First of a three-part series of excerpts from a book commissioned by Marquette in honor of the university's 125th anniversary. | More
Click on the image to see uncropped photograph with names of the Mandolin Club members.

Really dig teaching; Awards go to teachers who do.Legal EaglesShoeshine Boys living in Quito, Ecuador     Fall 2006 Features

Really dig teaching
Awards go to teachers who do and, in the process, share key lessons about life with students.

 

Legal eagles
There was a gap that Law School students and alumni knew they could fill.

 

Shoeshine boys
Alums Claire Costigan, Pat Hurley and Marcella Turner sought a way to serve, but they didn’t know quite what to expect when they landed in Quito, Ecuador.


Class Notes
Graduation Year
1950-59
1960-69
1970-79
1980-89
1990-99
2000-Present
Births/Adoptions
Weddings
In Memoriam
Post Your Note
In Memoriam
Post Your Note
Post Your Note
ALUMNI PROFILES
Hail to the chiefs
When Pete Bergan, Bus Ad ’91, was asked to reestablish the Marquette Club of North Texas, he could not have guessed the challenge would result in a proposal of his
own
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Pete Berban and Maureen Bissing

Let them eat great
As a busy mother of three, Julie Duffy,

Jour ’90, was fed up with the demands of dinner time.

Julie Duffy; Dinner by Design

Need for speed
When other people can barely drag themselves to the gym, Nick Frank,

Bus Ad ’99, is pushing his body to the limit in Ironman triathlons.

Nick Frank; Need for Speed
 
We are Marquette | News, Events, People

125th anniversary celebration
Saying he would love to have A.M.D.G. (ad majorem Dei gloriam or to the greater glory of God) scrolled in the sky, Milwaukee Archbishop Timothy Dolan joins campus to celebrate Marquette’s 125th anniversary.

125th Anniversary Celebration
  MORE NEWS
  Looking skyward
Judges like the magazine
Great place to work
Swing your partner
Patriotic panache
Dean reshapes program
Stock car star
The final frontier
Learning to read
A spaghetti puzzler
Fulbrights announced
Field, court and classroom
Engage the world
Some Jottings: Questioning God
Reunion weekend
Departments
 
Rev. Robert A. Wild, S.J.

From President Robert Wild, S.J.
In 1848 Milwaukee’s first bishop, John Martin Henni, had a truly revolutionary idea: Higher education should be accessible to everyone, not just a matter of birthright for the upper echelons of society. | More

A Look Back

The Marquette University Marching Band played for all home football games and even traveled with the team until football was disbanded in 1960.