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Famous Marquette alumni

For a longer list visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Marquette_University_alumni

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Marcus Lemonis, Arts '99, stars in the CNBC series "The Profit," now in its second season. Read more about him at go.mu.edu/169MMnz

Trenni Kusnierek celebrates #MUDay14 while covering the winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

Chris Farley would have been 50 today. We miss you.

If Emmy-winning 7NEWS - WHDH reporter Mary Schwager calls, you might be in trouble. go.mu.edu/...

Marquette alum and The Daily Show director Chuck O'Neil.

Marquette alum and The Daily Show director Chuck O'Neil.

  • Julie R.

    Chuck O'Neil is awesome! He sat in the row in front of our alumni group at the Marquette/St. John's game at Madison Square Garden on 3/9 and even took our group's picture :) A great speaker and a great guy all-around!

“He is the kind of alumnus Marquette should be proud of.” - Megan Schneck on dancing and beatboxing with Danny Pudi: t.co/abAMvYi8

Congratulations Trenni Kusnierek, Sports anchor and co-host of Wisconsin Sports Central, for being named to The Business Journal's 40 Under 40: t.co/afOfVGtk

Danny Pudi as Abed as Batman. For @RyanMehaffey on Twitter, who asked, "Who is a better Batman... Abed or Sheldon?"

Comedy great Chris Farley (1964-1997) was born on Feb. 15, 1964. Chris is pictured speaking before the 1993 graduates of Marquette's College of Communication as Matt Foley, Motivational Speaker (minus the glasses).

This Danny Pudi post from Mykl Novak has a gajillion (or so) reblogs on Tumblr.

Dwyane Wade on the cover of GQ, 2006

Emmy Award-winning CBS News correspondent

Chicago Tribune rock critic and Sound Opinions podcaster

Hildegarde (February 1, 1906 - July 29, 2005) was an American cabaret singer, best known for the song "Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup."

Wes Matthews

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New York Times columnist Gail Collins

Dwyane Wade

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Chris Farley

A conversation with Danny Pudi can be just as random as with his character, Abed.