How do students-athletes manage their time? Watch this short documentary about the life of two student-athletes on Madonna University men’s soccer team, and understand how they handle their busy lives.
The women’s cross-country team earned the first-ever national title in the 33-year history of Madonna athletics, as they finished the 5k with 111 points. Senior Tony Floyd from the men’s team ended his cross-country career at Madonna with a runner up finish.
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday consisted of successful stress relieving activities for students at Madonna University.
Madonna athletes and the Athletic department participated in a Pie in the Face event in order to raise money for breast cancer research. For a few dollars, athletes were able to pie their coaches and trainers.
Madonna University's Mission Integration Core Team and Connie Tingson-Gatuz wish to bring students and faculty closer to their faith through Spirit Week.
In May 2019, Madonna University added competitive dance to the Madonna Athletic program and hired Detroit Lions and Pistons dancer, Angela Moser, to be the program’s head coach.
In the past, the team performed at various events, but will now prepare for competitions starting in 2020.
Madonna has launched new meal plans this fall, but their reduced flexibility and lower number of meals included are proving unpopular with students.
In celebration of the Constitution Day, Sept. 17, ESL students held a panel discussion comparing the U.S. Constitution with their country’s constitutions.
Self-care is the new trend for Millennials and Generation Z’s. Students who practice self-care have noticed the improvement on their day-to-day lives and how they handle stressful situations.
In 2021, Madonna University will open a $9 million, 28,000-square-foot Welcome Center and Felician Sisters of North America Heritage Center and Archives.
About 140 students attended Madonna’s Study Abroad Fair on Monday, Sept. 30, 2019. They had the chance to sign up for a variety of study abroad programs, short-term as well as long-term programs, and a new internship program abroad. However, students still have the chance to sign up for the 2020 programs as well as to fill out scholarship applications until Friday, Oct. 18.
MU Spectrum, Madonna's LGBTQ+ club, have worked to make students more aware of its existence and events to build up their membership.
International students at Madonna University are working side-by-side with the ESL program, they are helping and tutoring fellow international students who are in the ESL program. This tutoring experience has been a true exchange of experiences and education for both sides.
The Star-Spangled Girl by Neil Simon is the first theatre play of Madonna’s repertory theatre and premiers on Friday, Nov. 1, 2019, at 7:30 p.m. at Kresge Hall. The tickets are available here: https://madonna.360alumni.com/events/view/5900.
Members of Madonna Pen found inspiration on classic horror in writing their own spooky tales for the Reimagining Horror event at the Writing Center Oct. 30.
In the recent film Joker, Joaquin Phoenix skillfully transforms into Gotham’s biggest villain. The film, however, is not so skillful in its storytelling or messaging.
Listen to an audio review of the film.
With a full-length bar, the Arbor Brewing offers a range of Michigan brewed beers and wines with a slim range of food options, offering about six different appetizers and selected things like flatbread pizzas, sandwiches and your typical fish and chips or burgers and fries.
As the temperature drops and snow continues to fall, pass the time by streaming 4 Netflix Christmas movies recommended by writer Jordyn Knake.
In this opinion piece, columinist Jillian Law warns against signing up for every upcoming streaming service.
In this opinion piece, columnist Marcela Beltrao Teixeira shares the reality of being an international student in the U.S. and how the U.S. – as with the other 1.1 million international students in America – is actually like at her home away from home.
As finals week is approaching quickly, students become stressed and worried. Columnist Jordyn Knake suggests how to destress with some great study tips.
Take a tour of Madonna University
In this video, columnist Luisa Wiewgorra gives perspective students (and Madonna students at large) a comprehensive tour of campus.