This month at Marquette

Going, going ... gone. Farewell, McCormick Hall

It's official: The demolition of McCormick Hall is complete. Watch a video chronicling McCormick's final months on campus, and read an excerpt from a new book by Steve Rushin, Jour '88, detailing his own move-in day at McCormick in 1984.

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November reflection: Our community of saints

I always love these early November days. Yes, the weather is changing, and the dropping of our beautiful leaves lends a stark landscape beyond my window. But, as a Catholic Christian, I love November because we start the month in prayer, remembrance and gratitude for the communion of Saints, these holy people of God, who are both known and unknown, through the celebration of All Saints Day.

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The Fearless Forty

50 years ago, 40 Marquette students courageously stood tall and unknowingly started a movement. They were the first cohort of the Marquette Educational Opportunity Program.

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