This month at Marquette

Marquette to build new home for Business and innovation leadership programs

Plans are underway to build a new home for the College of Business Administration and innovation leadership programs at the corner of 16th Street and Wisconsin Avenue, the former site of McCormick Hall. The plans mark a significant step toward a historic and transformational moment in Marquette's history as a Catholic, Jesuit institution.

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The beauty of Lent

Lent is a season of preparation when we are called to ready ourselves for Easter by taking action. The Lenten disciplines of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving which we will hear about throughout the Lenten season are meant to help us develop and grow in our relationship with God and with our neighbor, to help us live out the two greatest commandments of all: To love God above all things, and to love our neighbor.

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Serving as promised: An alumnus rediscovers a calling from long ago

In 2008, two days before Jackie Mosier died, she made her husband, John Mosier, Bus Ad '85, promise that when she was gone, he would "tell His story," the story of Christ. "She said in her Texas twang, 'Darlin', go do this. This is what you’ve been called to do,'" he recalls.

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