The Marquette Tribune
The official campus newspaper since 1916, the Tribune has won dozens of regional and national awards for excellence. Entirely student-run, the Tribune is published Tuesdays and Thursdays and updated daily online, with podcasts, blogs and video updates. Students gain practical experience in newspaper management, reporting, editing, photojournalism, publication design, production and advertising.
Many past Tribune editors and columnists have gone on to lead highly successful careers, among these include former sports editor Bob Harlan, now principal executive of the Green Bay Packers, and former editor-in-chief John Barron, now general manager of the Chicago Sun-Times.
The Marquette Journal
The Marquette 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.
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Marquette has a rich tradition of student-run media. Below is a list of University publications from the past century.
The Badger Sodalist
The Badger Sodalist
printed its first issue in March 1929. The paper, or “spiritual action bulletin,” was established in an effort to represent the Catholic youth of Wisconsin. Although the bulletin had a staff of editors and publishers, it designated the Catholic student body as “sub-editors.” The Sodalist
continued to publish quarterly bulletins until 1941 and was the longest running alternative student publication at Marquette.
The Marquette Federator
In October of 1949, the Marquette student body developed its second alternative campus publication, The Marquette Federator
. The paper was published as a forum for current student events. The Federators Council sponsored the new paper in the interest of NFCCS (National Federation of Catholic College Students) club activity. The Federator
was short lived, however, ending its run the following year.
Marquette Free PressThe Marquette Free Press
launched in 1982 as a conservative campus media outlet. The Free Press
was published as a monthly newspaper until it closed three years later.
Like its predecessors, The Independent
was created to represent an alternative voice on campus. The paper produced three issues before halting production in 1990.
An independent newspaper targeting the campus community, The Warrior
began its production run in 2004. The paper presents a conservative perspective on campus news and events. The Warrior
prints 5,000 copies per issue, which members of its staff distribute across campus bi-weekly.