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Actors, otherwise known as standard participants, help nursing students experience working with patients.

Actors help out nursing students

Kaleia Lawrence, Editor in Chief October 12, 2021

The Performing Arts program in partnership with the School of Nursing has started providing nursing students the chance to work with actors in clinical situations.  The actors are known as standardized...

A volunteer works in the re-opened WolfPack Techies office at the Truax Campus.

WolfPack Techies return for school year

Morgan Engels, News Editor October 12, 2021

As Madison College continues to define the new normal, the WolfPack Techies have reopened for business.  The WolfPack Techies had been closed since March of 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic....

Exploring Kenya via a digital platform

Jonathan Jones, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic approaches its second year, faculty and staff are continuing to adjust to the many challenges it has presented; these efforts have resulted in many changes to the academic structure...

Volunteer Fair includes both in-person and virtual events

Morgan Engels, News Editor October 12, 2021

Students will have a chance to explore a variety of ways to give back to their community at the volunteer fair, hosted by the Madison College Volunteer Center.    The event will be held both...

Events set for Disability Awareness Week

Kaleia Lawrence, Editor in Chief October 12, 2021

The Disability Resource Services will be hosting a movie showing and a speaker during Disability Awareness Week. All events can be joined virtually or in person.  The documentary film “Deej”...

Media literacy tips shared at event

Kaleia Lawrence, Editor in Chief October 12, 2021

While social media can be exciting and fun, it can be deadly too. News can heavily influence decisions that people make throughout their life regarding all sorts of things: who they vote for, if they get...

What’s the impact of the federal vaccine mandate?

Adeline Holte, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

The Biden administration has issued a mandate that all federal employees and companies with over 100 workers must be vaccinated against COVID-19 or face weekly testing.   In response to the Biden...

Wisconsin Author Collection reaches 1,000 titles

Mark Luetkeholeter, Librarian October 12, 2021

Started a couple of decades ago to support an assignment in Madison College’s College Reading Strategies class, the Madison College Libraries Wisconsin Author Collection has now surpassed a thousand...

Public Safety offers an escort to your vehicle

Sgt. Lucas Adler, Public Safety Officer October 12, 2021

With Fall upon us and the days growing shorter, I would like to remind the campus community that Public Safety offers escorts for all campus community members.    If you would like a ride to...

Madison College Community Engagement Coordinator Nicole Soulier speaks at the land acknowledgement event on Oct. 11.

Madison College celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day

Kaleia Lawrence, Editor in Chief October 12, 2021

Nicole Soulier opened the Indigenous Peoples Day campus celebration and land acknowledgment held at the Truax Campus on Oct. 11 by recognizing her elders and thanking everyone for being there.   “I...

A photo of Night Birds sculpture by Micheal Young

GLEAM puts art in a new light at Olbrich Gardens

Hailey Griffin, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

Glimmers of light pierced the dark blanket of night that rested upon the garden, drawing curious eyes to each exhibit. Sounds of wildlife, crickets, music, conversation and laughter drifted through the...

Stephanie Belmas is the new director of the Madison College Center for International Education.

Interpersonal connections with college’s international students

 Iman Alrashid, Staff Writer September 29, 2021

International students at Madison College face many difficulties like homesickness, making friends, financial crisis, language barriers and, on top of it, COVID-19.  Stephanie Belmas, the new director...

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