“My wife, Janelle, and I were having dinner with our friend Jessica and her new boyfriend, Kory, when he mentioned he had polycystic kidney disease.”
Signs of Maggie Broeren’s special gift emerged in grade school, says childhood friend Mary Ellen Penicook.
After getting dual degrees from Marquette, Nadiyah Johnson, Arts ’14, Grad ’16, noticed something: Her hometown, Milwaukee, was becoming a tech hub.
When a Marquette alumnus taking perhaps his last breaths met a Marquette nurse who knew exactly what kind of care he needed, their prayers showed how much they did to save each other.
Chicago’s Catholic schools and their students needed a lifeline. An alumnus got to work.
After an advanced breast cancer diagnosis, she found another calling: saving other women from the same fate
Neal Lofy’s caring police work is a model to better address and prevent human trafficking
Investigative reporter Marissa Evans documented how poverty, race, health economics and politics leave Texas women in peril — and followed up with more on fixing the problem
Mugs with Michael Gantz, and with his personal brews.
No stall could stop Kimberly Eberl, Comm ’99. There’s nothing easy about being intrepid.