March 2012


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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.






You don’t have to tune into your favorite TV shows, award ceremonies, or music videos to get close to some of your favorite celebrities!

The Crusaders baseball and softball teams have been practicing for the upcoming season and have traveled to southern and western locations to play games.

Both teams will host home games this month.

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Undergraduate students will pay $506 a credit hour starting this fall.

The increase, one of the smallest in recent years, will cover increased operating costs.The university also hopes to increase scholarship money.

Madonna students and faculty are headed to Costa Rica during spring break.

The 18-member team will help sea turtles and protect their breeding grounds.

The group also will travel to different parts of the country to learn about Costa Rica’s people and its culture. 

Student Hannah Faber will find the time.

Another student, Liz Martin, enjoyed her experience last year.

Both were talking about the Busy Person’s Retreat, returning this month.

Madonna’s Lyric Theatre will present the musical March 31 and April 1 in Kresge Hall.

Director Barbara Wiltsie says the musical is one of her favorites. “It encompasses a witty script and an entire score of great songs that many know.”

Students can now sign up for Environmental Advocacy, which includes a May 31-June 5 stint in Mississippi. The class is available as BIO 4180 or COM 4180.