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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.

 
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Burger Delux worth 
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Burger Delux hits Northville and will satisfy any burger-lover without breaking your wallet.Diversions_Burger_Delux.htmlDiversions_Burger_Delux.htmlDiversions_1.htmlshapeimage_5_link_0shapeimage_5_link_1

Tuition increase

Tuition increases are affecting schools around the country including Madonna University with rates rising up to $28 per credit hour or a 5.9 percent increase.

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Constellations that are not so constant

Jessica Fellows discusses her opinion on the quick and sudden change of the zodiac signs.

Wydryck makes a difference
on and off the court

The only senior on the women’s basketball team, Tabathya Wydryck, says the sport has helped her balance school and sports by forcing her to manage her time more effectively.

So, you think you’ve
got talent?

The “So you think you’ve got talent?” competition featured a variety of 17 acts, such as singers, dancers, dramatists, and specialty acts.

Be safe on spring break

The do’s and don’ts of college spring break: better to be safe, than sorry.

Craving Mexican?
Conveniently located on Plymouth in Livonia, the new El Patio Mexican restaurant will fill your belly without emptying your pockets!Diversions_1.htmlDiversions_1.htmlshapeimage_7_link_0

Ashley Shay makes a positive mark at MU

Ashley Shay serves as positive role model, devoted and dedicated friend, student, and team member, as well as a well-known and familiar face at Madonna University.

Martin promises big success

Despite her size, Katie Martin has some big things going for her.  And that’s right—no pun intended.

Snow days: Not what they used to be

Sarah Rachfal expresses her thoughts on the recent snow days that we have had, and what they used to be like.