February

2013

 

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

Senior, Kaylee McGrath sets career bests while leading Madonna to a winning record.

With a strong emphasis on math and science in school today, it’s easy for words to get thrown to the wayside.

Midnight breakfast

March for Life

MLK Candlelight Vigil

For an authentic Greek experience with exceptional service visit the new Big Daddy’s in Livonia right next to Doc’s Sports Bar.

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Madonna University students, faculty and staff gathered on Friday Jan. 18 to serve the community by making fleece blankets for the Children’s Hospital of Detroit.

Over 60 students traveled to Washington D.C. to participate with 650,000 other pro-life activists in the 40th annual March for Life.  The March commemorates the anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade court case that legalized abortion.

MLK Days of Service

Madonna students and faculty packed potatoes at Gleaner’s Food Bank in Detroit as part of the MLK week of Service and Remembrance.

Every Tuesday night Madonna students can enjoy themselves in the biggest lecture hall S100 to watch the variety of movies with inspirational themes.

Bobby Naubert continues to lead the Crusaders to success while staying on pace to break his personal best in points.

The volunteer group, Caritas will be writing love letters to boost morale during mid-term week.

The Center of Transitions held an event to write letters for soldiers, spreading Martin Luther King Jr.’s message of service.

The Madonna University Psychology Club and the Sweet Dreamzzz organization team up once again for a book drive during the Martin Luther King remembrance week.

The movie industry doesn’t care about the world’s current issues as long as they make money. Violence and sex sell, its as simple as that.

The Take Five Lounge will be layered in hearts and candy during the Paper Hearts Workshop hosted by the Writing Center.