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THE MAGAZINE OF MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY SUMMER 2006
A Fish Story

A Fish Story

How can the lamprey help advance spinal cord research? Dr. James T. Buchanan's pioneering research in neurophysiology is shedding light on that mystery and may one day lead to new therapies for curing spinal cord diseases and injuries.| More

Gather us inCommencingClean-up crew for Katrina     Summer 2006 Features
Celebrate excellence
Alumni Awards recipients took different paths to extraordinary achievement.
 

Gather us In
Now there's a way for students to try their hands at ministry.

 
Commencing
For most it meant four years, 128 credits, a small army of highlighter markers and a huge sense of accomplishment — and relief.
 

Clean-up crew
Students can't believe New Orleans still looks like this, many months after Katrina.


Class Notes
Graduation Year
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1960-69
1970-79
1980-89
1990-99
2000-Present
Births/Adoptions
Weddings
In Memoriam
Post Your Note
About Magazine
Letter to Editor
Archives
 
ALUMNI PROFILES
Do you take this man?
Alumna Cathy McSweeny and Mario Costantini, Arts '77, stood before Dr. Curtis Carter's philosophy class as the bride and groom in a mock wedding ceremony.
Cathy McSweeny and Mario Costantini
Head of the class
When Ann Stadler, CPMP, CJPA '92, was a communication major, an internship at a PR agency was a launching pad for her career.
Ann Stadler
Always Floss
In case her dream of dancing on Broadway fizzled. Marilyn Braddock's, Arts '77, father insisted she go to college. His insight was prescient.
Marilyn Braddock
 

Scientists join efforts
Marquette faculty along with faculty from partner institutions will participate in research funded by the Biomedical Technology Alliance totaling $650,000 in grants.

Scientists join efforts
  MORE NEWS
  What alumni achieve
Opening the door
Golden Eagles in the groove
Best short stories
Tips for writers
Gift gives students edge
Honeymoon isn't over
Coach of the Year
Business is booming
Major league lineup
Scientists join efforts
What grads learned
Engage the World
Some Jottings: "Blessed by Imperfection "

Departments
 
Rev. Robert A. Wild, S.J.

From President Robert Wild, S.J.
Spearheaded by the Department of Education, an effort is now afoot to institute national uniform testing standards to evaluate the effectiveness of universities in educating students.

   

A Look Back

Michael Wilson celebrates Glenn "Doc" Rivers' last-second shot that sealed a victory over Notre Dame in the game at the Mecca on Jan. 10.