December

2012

 

About us

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

News

Diversions

Sports

Opinion

Jerry Abraham recently made Madonna history by bagging his 1000th win while coaching the women’s volleyball team.

The team also made it to the National Tournament in Iowa but lost in the round-robin round.

The current job market makes it vital to earn a degree, but with rising tuition prices, the practicality seems to lessen.

How do fall treats taste?

Mock disaster drill

First opera performed

With rising tuition prices and a struggle to pay, students and parents meet tuition deadlines.

One of the most difficult things to tackle during the holiday is figuring out what gifts to buy for whom. Here’s a complete guide to some unique presents for your loved ones.

The International Students Office at Madonna aims to strengthen relationships between international and American students.

Join in singing the “music of the night” by auditioning for upcoming performances of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera.

Christmas for Kids returns for the 9th year assisting more than 30 families in the Metro Detroit area.  Contact Nancy Penzato at (734) 432-5427 if you’re interested in adopting a family.

Make your holidays meaningful by helping Meals on Wheels deliver food to the homebound.

Jan.17-19, students, faculty, and staff will be serving together on and off campus.  Examples of on-campus service projects include writing cards of encouragement to troops making fleece blankets for the Children's Hospital of Detroit. Off-campus projects focus on environmental stewardship, educational activities, and hunger and wellness. 

Students can register to volunteer at www.tinyurl.com/MUMLK