Lenten Lunch at Marquette University:
Seeking non-meat lunch options for Lent? Try some of my favorites at Marquette University.
- Grilled Veggie Wrap ($6.95) from the Broken Yolk
Cheese, mushrooms, peppers, onions, tomatoes and spinach served in a wrap (or French bread). Two locations near campus.
- Friday Fish Fry ($11) from the Lunda Room
Friday-only buffet of beer battered cod, baked cod, cole slaw, soup, vegetables and roasted potatoes. (The Lunda Room is in Marquette University’s Alumni Memorial Union.)
- Seafood Sub ($5 for 7.5”) from Cousins Subs
Seafood salad seasoned with lemon pepper, lettuce, onions and tomatoes on your choice of bread. (Cousins Subs is located at 16th and Wisconsin Avenue.)
- Florentine Panini ($7) from Tory Hill Cafe
Marinated portabella mushroom, fresh mozzarella, tomato and spinach on grilled focaccia. (Visit Tory Hall Cafe inside Marquette University’s Eckstein Hall.)
From “Ash Wednesday” by T.S. Eliot:
Teach us to care and not to care
Teach us to sit still
Even among these rocks,
Our peace in His will
— Seen on the Coughlin Hall dedication plaque, a quote selected by Marquette University’s English Department
More snow at Marquette University.
Marquette Hall at Marquette University.
It’s game time, Marquette!
Gesu Church, seen from Marquette University’s Henke Courtyard.
Throwback Thursday — Ping Pong in the Old Game Room:
Ping pong or pool? VHS movie rentals or video arcade games? In 1991, the Game Room at Marquette University’s Alumni Memorial Union was the place to play. Today, the Brew Bayou coffee shop occupies much of the old game room’s space.
Source: Marquette University Archives
Chilly, gusty winds at Marquette University today.
We Are Marquette!
(Illustration by Sharon Grace, Marquette University)