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In print, online or on the air, student-run media give you real-world experience in the areas that interest you, starting freshman year. Write, design, produce, sell, communicate—and create unforgettable experiences as you prepare for your future.
The official campus newspaper since 1916, the Tribune has won dozens of regional and national awards for excellence. Entirely student-run, it’s published Tuesdays and Thursdays and updated daily online, with podcasts, blogs and video updates. It’s the perfect place for you to gain practical experience in newspaper management, reporting, editing, photojournalism, publication design, production and advertising. To get involved, contact our adviser, Mr. Mark Zoromski.
The Journal is a lifestyle consumer magazine targeted toward the Marquette community, published by students three or four times a year and updated monthly online. The Journal seeks to promote creative expression, intellectual exploration and student initiative while offering opportunities to gain experience in magazine editing, writing, design and production. To get involved, contact our faculty adviser, Mr. Mark Zoromski.
Our student-run television station broadcasts to the Marquette University campus via closed circuit channel 99. Programming includes sports and entertainment shows, nightly newscasts and broadcasts of selected men's and women's home basketball and volleyball games on both channel 99 and the web. Work with state-of-the-art facilities and gain practical experience in all aspects of television production management, reporting, audio-visual techniques, sales, promotion and public relations. To get involved, contact our faculty adviser, Mr. Mark Zoromski.
Our student-run radio station broadcasts on campus via cable channel 96 and to the world through the live stream on the MUR website.
Open to all Marquette University students, MUR offers eclectic programming including talk, sports, news and music shows. Students from all fields are invited to practice their skills in production, announcing, public relations, advertising sales and record company relations. To get involved, contact our faculty adviser, Mr. Mark Zoromski.
This student-run Web and graphic design department provides Web sites for all student media and does general development work for interactive presentations. MarquetteWire's mission is to give students personal and professional experience in an educational environment, cultivating leadership skills, knowledge and a drive for excellence. To get involved, contact faculty advisor, Mr. Mark Zoromski.
Student Media Advertising supports all student media, providing the services of a professional advertising agency. Learn to work with clients, produce ads in all formats—and sell, sell, sell. To get involved, contact our staff adviser, Mrs. Christine Brown.