Be Connected is a podcast created by students in the Diederich College of Communication at Marquette University. It features stories about alumni, current students, and other happenings in the college (such as building renovations and what faculty are doing outside the classroom). Student creators contribute all of the story ideas, writing and editing.
How to Listen to the Podcast
You can listen to the podcast episodes at the links below or through your Apple or Android device.
For Apple Users
Go to the Apple Podcast App and search Be Connected.
For Apple and Android Users
Use Spotify, SoundCloud or Google Podcasts and search Be Connected Marquette.
Be Connected Episodes
Hannah, a Corporate Communication major, is participating in a student-run business program this summer.
This former Advertising student is expanding Little Liv, her vegan ice cream business.
This recent graduate used internship opportunities to tap into his love of visual storytelling.
Acting Dean Feldner
You never know when a career opportunity will come along, and neither did Acting Dean Sarah Feldner.
Farewell to Joe Brown, assistant professor of digital media, who heads to Denver in July.
Sue Clinton Retires
Imagine enjoying your job after working at the same place for 51 years. That's Sue Clinton's story.
Passion for Comedy
Graduating senior David Klinger started a club to nurture his love for making people laugh.
Caroline Norton shares why she chose to leave her home in Alabama to attend Marquette.
Finding a Major
JP Bauer shares his unusual path to finding his major within the Diederich College of Communication.
Graduate student Michael Hendricks talks about his journey in the field of communication.
In episode 5, we interview Fox 6 reporter and successful alumnus Aaron Maybin.
Alumni visit the newly renovated second floor and share memories during homecoming.
New possibilities for creative pursuits are opening up in the basement of Johnston Hall.
Learn all about the exciting renovations that are happening on the second floor of Johnston Hall.
Dr. Kimo Ah Yun
Acting provost Kimo Ah Yun discusses Diederich Initiatives that help students succeed.