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Sr. Norma Rocklage Shares Her Marian Moment. What’s Yours?

by Katie Bradley | Jul 10, 2014 

Once a month throughout Year of the Alumni, an alumnus will share a My Marian Moment.

This month, Sr. Norma Rocklage talks about the Franciscan Sponsorship Values and the great agents of change Marian University graduates are throughout the world.

“Wherever there is a Marian University alum, something changes. They are taking the education and values they learned here to really transform the world wherever they are,” said Sr. Norma.

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Alumni Hall Set to Open in August

by Amber Ferrari | May 22, 2014

While students may have headed home for summer, we are wasting no time readying the campus for their return in the fall! The construction of Alumni Hall, Marian University’s new student center, is moving quickly and is scheduled for completion in August 2014. As of May 21, plumbing, electrical rough-ins, and roof installation have been completed.

Projects scheduled in the coming weeks include:

  • inside framing
  • drywall
  • exterior masonry
  • fireplace construction

Students are eager for Alumni Hall to open. Becca Wagner ’15, clinical laboratory science major says, “It is funny to think that the foundation started as a pile of dirt and now there is an actual building there. I am excited to have a new place to study, and having Starbucks on campus will be nice.”

Alumni Hall RenderingMarian University will officially open Alumni Hall in August. The ribbon cutting will be a special part of the 2014 Homecoming festivities and takes place on Saturday, October 18.

To keep up with the progress of Alumni Hall, follow @MUProjects1 on Twitter.

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