Amy Elliot-Meisel is a proud alumna of Marquette University, where she completed her Bachelor of Arts (BA) in History and Sociology.
The Klingler College of Arts & Sciences
In 2017, Amy Elliot-Meisel received her Bachelor of Arts in History and Sociology from Marquette University’s Klingler College of Arts & Sciences. The focus areas of her double major complement each other nicely, with many of her courses overlapping in both disciplines. As a member of the Marquette Wire staff, Amy was also actively involved in the University’s media outlets, which are supported by the Diederich College.
During her studies at Marquette University, Amy Elliot-Meisel fully immersed herself in the campus community and culture. This was largely realized through her participation in organizations like Marquette Wire, MU’s official media outlet. During her time at Marquette, Amy consistently contributed to the Marquette Wire’s many outlets, including the Marquette Tribune and Marquette University Television.
Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune
Both on and off campus, Amy Elliot-Meisel became best known for her contributions to the Marquette Tribune as the Managing Editor. Throughout her entire collegiate career, Amy proudly contributed to the Tribune and maintained numerous roles along the way. As a freshman, she diligently committed more than 30 hours per week to contributing news coverage on Marquette related happenings. Instantly, she immersed herself in the role and found her footing as a regular contributor to numerous projects within the Marquette Wire. By her sophomore year, Amy was promoted to Visual Editor for the Tribune. In this role, her passions for photography, photo editing and graphic design developed.
Amy Elliot-Meisel is proud to say that she was one of the early members who navigated the rise of the Marquette Wire, which was a relatively new project during her freshman year. Now as an alumna of Marquette University, she looks back fondly on those years. She is proud of not only what she and her peers created during her time at MU, but also of what the Marquette Wire has transformed into over the years!