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Marquette University is named after a famous explorer. Continue the tradition and discover what you're looking for here.
Be cautious with Steve Repetti, he's a scary man
With all the construction going on make sure enter in the back for easy access to the stairs
One of the most underutilized places on campus is definitely the JPad. This area is great for watching a little TV on comfy couches. And if you're hungry, grab a free Granny Smith apple!
They have free apples every Mondays and sometimes they have a table full of cookies, fruit, drinks, and other snacks from events or speakers that no one eats.
There used to be empty classrooms on the fifth floor that were open to everyone and were a good place to do group projects. Think you need a key for them now...
The Wakerly lab is the best place to work on class projects. It's a relaxing environment.
Make sure to stop into the j-pad for a free granny smith apple! But make sure you head over towards the beginning of the day because they run out fast!
The apples in the J-Pad are what I live off of for snack between classes. Also, there sports center is always on and there are a variety of different magazine. A great place to go during breaks.
The Jpad is a great place to kill time between classes or study. It's not always as busy as the other study places on campus and there's usually an available table or chair!
If you're looking for a bathroom, every floor only has one and they switch boy and girl each floor.
You can learn an incredible amount there, just don't do it on crutches (not easily done).
If the j-pad on the first floor is too busy, check the study tables on the 3rd and 4th floors! They have windows for daydreaming and outlets to charge up!
The water fountain on the fourth floor next to the women's bathroom has the coldest water and the tallest stream. Fill your water bottles up here!
Grab a free apple and watch the Price is Right and Wheel of Fortune in the jPad between classes. You'll always find your comm buddies hanging out here :)!
Looking for an internship? Head to the fourth floor to see Sheena Carey, the @MUCollegeofComm Internship Director! Check out opportunities she posts on her Twitter as well: @SheenaCarey #internships
Comm students have more fun.
You can rent a camera from the second floor with your MUID.
Don't forget the jPad between classes
The student lounge, commonly known as the Jpad, is an amazing space to chill filled with wide screen televisions, study tables and leather couches. Also, the coffee machine makes a mean cappuccino
The Wakerly, located on the first floor, has free printing! You can print up to 5 page. You can rent laptops, recorders, camera, etc. You just have show your ID and you will be given a return date
Great building for being over 100 years old! The J-Pad is a great study place on campus for group projects. The only problem is it is always busy. Therefore, individual studying is not advised here.
The wakerly lab is one of the most helpful places on campus for comm majors. The staff is always willing to help with adobe programs and it's a great spot for group projects.
Waiting for the elevator is overrated. It takes long than walking up the stairs. Get some exercise in and take the stairs.
The Wakerly Technology Training Center is a great place for any questions regarding anything technology related. Everyone there is super helpful & will offer opinions on projects you're working on
It's great to be a Communications student, check out the J-Pad
Take advantage of the Wakerly computer lab for any questions you may have about Adobe CS programs or other computer programs. It has a friendly staff who are more than willing to help.
Check out the J-pad for free apples!
If you're looking for a great class to help you explore the world of social media check out #adpr4300
Johnston Hall is where you can find all the high-tech, cool production studios at equipment on campus. MUTV and WMUR are located in Johnston Hall, as well as the College of Communication's faculty!
Fun fact: Johnston Hall was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
Apparently the elevators don't work in the night hours. Get pumped for some stairs before late night meetings/studying.
Looking for an internship in BREC, ADPR, JOUR, CCOMM, CMST? Stop in JH 404 to meet with Sheena Carey our internship director. She's super nice and extremely helpful!
Be sure to check out the Wakerly on the first floor for all your creative needs.
Visit the J-Pad, one of the only spots to study on campus with free food! Stop in to get your study on, meet with a group, or snatch a green apple!
The jPad is great for studying between classes, getting together for a group project or just killing time.
The College of Comm mecca, JH has been recently renovated. Come visit your friendly TAs stuck up in room 507...but watch out, the basement and top floor are said to be haunted!
The womens bathroom is on the first or fourth floor!
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Get to know the nightly cleaning crew. They will be a friendly face when you're the only one still working in the basement during wee hours!
Take a class with Carol in the Wakerly.
Wanna do video stuff? Check out the second floor. Cameras to check out. Video and audio editing labs. TV studios. It's got it all.
Opened in 1907, Johnston Hall is Marquette University's very first building on the campus. The five-story Gothic-style academic hall is named for benefactor Robert A. Johnston (1846-1907).
"Write viewpoints for The Marquette Tribune" - from the top 100 things to do before graduating from Marquette University
"Work for Marquette TV or Radio" - from the top 100 things to do before graduating from Marquette University
"Read the Marquette Tribune" - from the top 100 things to do before graduating from Marquette University
Place of employment.. Friendly staff and faculty
The Wakerly Laboratory for Innovation and Creativity is a great place to get projects done.
Stop in at the Wakerly Lab! It has the most up-to-date technology and a really friendly staff.
They've got a beautiful art display on the first floor. Amazing photographs.