January

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




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Parents and athletes attended the fall sports banquet dinner.  Tim Boes, left, said the presence of his parents led to his success. “It is an honor to have them there supporting me.”

As we are instructed to spread our wings and soar, graduates struggle to cope without the routine of school and succeeding in the real world.




Midnight breakfast

Meet a Crusader

Madonna’s 1st opera

“The Guilt Trip,”starring Seth Rogen and Barbara Streisand, hit theaters December 19.Take a look at what we thought of it.

The We Can Win campaign raised $28,190 for student organizations. Out of each dollar, 80 cents returned to the organizations. 

Students still have until Jan. 9 to sign up to study abroad in China!  The price just dropped an additional $400.

An informational night for the Grad School was held last semester.  If you missed it, the next opportunity comes in March 2013.

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, hunger and wellness. 

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

The halls of Madonna are full of fashionistas. Here’s a glimpse of how to recreate a particular MU students’ look.

E-mail by Jan. 21 to participate in winter intramural basketball.  It’s a great way to de-stress during the semester.

Congratulations to MU students Marlena Hampton, Anna Dreslinski, and Aaron von Allmen who competed in the N.A.T.S. this past November.

Campus Ministry appointed a new director last fall and looks forward to new plans.