Working for the Children

Matthias Seisay spoke out against the use of child soldiers in his native Sierra Leone and was forced to flee the country and work for those children from afar. He will graduate from Marquette in May and then begin working on a graduate degree in dispute resolution. He hopes to one day return home. | More
    Summer 2006 Features

Catholic and Jesuit
Does religious identity make for a stronger Marquette? Father Wild says yes, absolutely.

What place has faith in war?
These ROTC grads pray they will do what's right in God's eyes.
Lessons of Hotel Rwanda
The movie has a message for everyone and it's delivered during Mission Week.

Making history in Milwaukee

Minorities break into commercial real estate thanks to a program that's chipping away at the status quo.

Class Notes
Graduation Year
In Memoriam
Post Your Note
In Memoriam
Post Your Note
Post Your Note
Return of a classic
Step into Milwaukee’s Ambassador Hotel and you’ll think you’re in another era. Rick Wiegand, Bus Ad '81, rescued the art deco jewel.
True calling
Sister Antonia Maria Guerrieri, MM, M.D., was one of three women to graduate from Marquette Medical School in 1934. Then she answered her true calling.
Woman at the Vatican
Marjorie Weeke's desire to see the world took her to the Vatican, where she facilitated media coverage during the papacies of Paul VI, John Paul I and John Paul II.
Year of difference
Mark Carroll calls time spent working with some of Chicago’s neediest people the most rewarding professional year of his life.

"McGuire" returns in June
Actor Cotter Smith made people believe — for an hour — that Al McGuire was back at Marquette. If you missed it once, don’t miss it again. The play will return for a second run from June 1 to 11.

  On the way to Ph.D.
He's written 100 law textbooks
Enrollment strategy
Dahm gets McCahill Award
How do you build a museum?
Breathless season
New dean sold on Marquette
Getting a global I.Q.
The neuroscience edge
English program judged excellent
Scholars teach theology
Engage the World
Some Jottings: "God in the background"

Fr, Wild

From President Robert Wild, S.J.
With the theory of intelligent design attracting significant attention recently, an age-old debate has heated up over how life came into being. Tempting as it may be to characterize this as a pitched battle between Darwinists and Creationists, not everyone is choosing sides.


General Douglas MacArthur was awarded an honorary doctor of laws degree by then Marquette president Rev. Edward O'Donnell, S.J. To view more photos from that day, visit the Raynor Library Digital Archives.