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This suite-style hall is named after Father McCabe, who in 1909 led Marquette to become the first Catholic university in the world to offer co-education as part of its undergraduate program. Read more
Scenes from Marquette's new Christmas video were shot here, along with footage at Joan of Arc Chapel and the College of Engineering building. Click below to watch. Read more
Best sophomore dorm to live in! Big rooms!! Friendly staff!!! Live at McCabe!!!!
The lobby is a great place to study. Fairly quiet, bright and wide open. It beats a cramped corner in the library.
725 N 13th St (Wells St)
"Come here to eat with your meal plan if you're in the mood for Italian. Extremely generous portions and comes with soup, salad, breadstick, drink and dessert! You won't leave hungry."
729 N 11th St (Wells St)
"Thursday nights: get the cookies."
1926 W Wisconsin Ave (at N 19th St)
"Visit the brand new ‘50s style diner with made-to-order burgers, Philly cheese steaks, milkshakes and ‘50s tunes playing on the Jukebox. The hall offers double, triple and quad rooms for sophomores."
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