The Marquette Tribune is a twice-weekly campus newspaper designed to provide the Marquette University community with news and a forum for the exchange of opinions. It has the combined function of serving as a learning lab for staff members and acting as a professional outlet for community news. With the exception of the actual printing, the Tribune is produced — written, edited and paginated — entirely by students.
Starting with the 2013-2014 school year, the Tribune will operate from a single website with the other branches of Marquette Student Media. Applicants for the Tribune should be ready to work across platforms and produce multimedia content. Job descriptions and requirements can be found below.
To apply for 2013-14:
- A completed application form, which can be filled out digitally on either a Mac or a PC.
- A resume detailing your previous work experience, educational background and relevant skills.
- Three samples of your work (writing, photography or design, depending on the position sought), with at least one unedited.
- A written critique of the desk (e.g. News, Visual Content) for which you are applying. This should include a review, based on your reading of the Tribune, of what the section you’re applying for does well and what could be improved.
Please contact us if you have any questions!
Positions for which we are hiring:
Viewpoints assistant editor