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Journalism 3160/4160 students assemble The Madonna Herald to learn reporting, writing, interviewing and
producing skills.

TMH students intend to provide the university with relevant news and information while striving to maintain professional integrity toward students, faculty, administration and Madonna’s Catholic traditions.

email: herald@madonna.edu





As the semester comes to an end, the dreaded bombardment of tests peeks over the horizon. 

TOMS @ MU: Style Your Shoes

Student group leads trip

Serving in Costa Rica for Break

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Fr. Ron DesRosiers, Fr. John Sajdak and Fr. Frank Grispino all depart after this semester to embark on journeys that will lead to the next stages in their lives, though they will be sorely missed.

The final preparations for the Student Scholarship Auction are underway.  The donations are being collected and menu is ready to go for the event in April.

We might be getting further from personal communication while we’re acquiring quicker access to digital communication.

This semester Madonna University has paired with Ford Motor Company to help local non-profit organizations.

Julie Pulgini and Aaron Guay work with Charles Derry and Gerald D. Charbonneau on a Socioeconomic Impact of Urban Gardening Documentary.

Campus Ministry unites students in faith with a retreat led by Father Thomas Florek.

Forget about your list of excuses and justify a trip to a faraway land while you can still access university resources.

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The men’s basketball team’s record breaking-season comes to a close after an exciting ride to Nationals in early March.

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Amber Rafko, a senior studying nursing, has her packed days planned down to the minute.

This month, the musical Phantom of the Opera hits Kresge Stage. Audiences can expect a thrilling and close encounter.

MU Visit Day hosted record breaking crowds of perspective students and families who toured campus and learned about the programs offered.