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College of Engineering’s GasDay project helps utilities turn up the heat.

College of Engineering’s GasDay project helps utilities turn up the heat. Like most people in New Mexico, Pat O’Connell is not accustomed to freezing temperatures — not even in the dead of winter. But as senior gas supply planner for the state’s largest utility, he has to be ready for whatever the weather brings. More

Enrollment boomJustice that healsKatrina on her mind     Spring 2007 Features
Enrollment boom
WWII vets help push enrollment to the highest point yet, in 1948. Our final 125th anniversary special feature.

Teeth as evidence
How a dental database developed here may help identify crime suspects.

Justice that heals
Marquette’s first International Restorative Justice Conference explored the dichotomy of revenge and regret.

Katrina on her mind
Hurricane Katrina may have rerouted Stephanie Treffert, but it’s unlikely that anything could derail her.

Class Notes
Graduation Year
In Memoriam
Post Your Note
In Memoriam
Post Your Note
Post Your Note
This player's got history
Seventy-six years later Francis Zummach still can’t pinpoint why Marquette’s basketball coach looked at this walk-on player and told him to suit-up.
Francis Zummach

Digital journalist
Lindsay Morris, Comm ’00, is used to pioneering new journalism technology. She edited the CD-ROM version of Marquette’s Hilltop.

Lindsay Morris, Comm '00

There's no substitute for "Sme"
It’s not always easy to be a substitute teacher. But don’t tell that to Sister Mary Ellen Paulson, OP.

Sister Mary Ellen Paulson
We are Marquette | News, Events, People

Big East Coach of the Year

Mitchell owns more wins, has a better winning percentage, and has taken her teams to more post season action than any previous Marquette women’s basketball coach.


Pre-season All-American Candidate Dominic James
  Mission Week's challenge
Scholarly publication launched
Two donors, $30 million
For military protection
Project runway
Dublin curtain call
Thrift shops get help
DVD offers 125 years of history
Studying James Bond
Big East Coach of the year
What keeps campus humming
Law School's addition
Engage the world
Some Jottings: A God for our time

Rev. Robert A. Wild, S.J.

From President Robert Wild, S.J.
Around the nation the topic of immigration has been a subject of intense debate. Because this is not simply a legislative issue but an ethical decision intimately concerned with human dignity and freedom, the Catholic Church has weighed in. More

A Look Back
Students run to the lake after Marquette wins the NCAA Championship.