The Magazine of Marquette University | Fall 2006

 

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Winter 2007 Features
 

Dentistry in captivity

Dr. John Scheels, Dent '75, eases toothaches and bruised beaks in species large and small. During the week Scheels is an ordinary dentist. But on his off hours, he's the dentist at the Milwaukee County Zoo and Chicago's Brookfield Zoo.

Heading off a crisis

Heading off a crisis

Marquette makes history by admitting women and later becomes the nation's largest Catholic university. A 125th anniversary special feature.

Seeing deep inside the brain

Seeing deep inside the brain

Five young women clad in blue scrubs and gloves lean over a table to peer at a human brain. These graduate students from Pepperdine University traveled to Marquette for the chance to study and dissect the body’s most enigmatic organ.

Snow Angel

Snow angel

It was Christmas Eve and, with a shiver from the cold, Bridget Monroe stepped into Gesu Church and slowly climbed the stairs. There's no better time for telling stories than Christmas. Here's one just for you.

Classic comeback

Classic comeback

Mark Konewko sighs as he remembers the day a journalist accompanied him to the carillonneur’s cabin to watch him play the bell instrument housed in the Marquette Hall bell tower.

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