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Ayele Dossavi spoke at the Madison College graduation ceremony on Dec. 16.

Support and determination bring success

Kelly Feng, Opinion Editor January 18, 2022

Ayele Dossavi wants us to know you can’t manifest anything into existence unless you’re prepared to work - and work hard. Last month, the student commencement speaker captivated her audience during...

Credit or no credit a grading option

Mary SeGall, Staff Writer January 18, 2022

The coronavirus pandemic has turned the way we do schooling upside down. Some people are doing schoolwork from the comfort of their own homes, some are a hybrid of online live learning on their own and...

Make data privacy your next resolution

Mark Luetkehoelter, Librarian January 18, 2022

When you look at a calendar of celebrations for January, many deal with self-improvement as we start a new year. For example, there is Diet Resolution Week, Financial Wellness Month and Get a Balanced...

Public Safety update for Jan .19

Sgt. Lucas Alder, Public Safety Officer January 18, 2022

Welcome back to Madison College!  We at Public Safety hope you had a fun and safe holiday break. Procedures on campus will remain the same as they were during the fall semester.  Masks are required...

Gabe Krebs and instructor Tom Wozniak train for competition in Madison College lab.

Training for WorldSkills 2022

Kaleia Lawrence, Editor in Chief January 18, 2022

For the third time in history, the U.S. will be competing on the world stage against elite trade experts of Heavy Vehicle Maintenance at WorldSkills. From Oct. 12-17, Gabe Krebs will be representing the...

Students cut fabric to make blankets to donate to Project Linus during a Volunteer Center activity during winter break.

Helping out Project Linus

Kaleia Lawrence, Editor in Chief January 18, 2022

Blankets provide more than just warmth; they can provide a sense of comfort and security. To spread some of that comfort into the community, the Volunteer Center hosted blanket making for Project Linus...

Students help the Volunteer Center wrap presents as part of the Santa’s Wish List gift-giving program.

Volunteers needed over break

Stuart Pate, Staff Writer December 8, 2021

There are always organization that serve the community looking for volunteers. However, semester break can be a difficult time to find volunteers.  Brianna Stapleton-Welch, the senior program advisor...

New STEM Center

College’s STEM Center is moving to into a new space

Kaleia Lawrence , Editor in Chief December 8, 2021

The STEM Center is moving from the first floor of the school to a new, spacious office with more amenities to assist students.  It has multiple conference rooms that students can take advantage...

Student board gives feedback to Public Safety

Morgan Engels, News Editor December 8, 2021

When John Flannery was named Madison College’s director of Public Safety in February of 2019, he brought with him a vision for a committee; one which would give students a voice on the many important...

NSLS celebrates its recent inductees during ceremony

Kaleia Lawrence, Editor in Chief December 8, 2021

The National Society of Leadership and Success, NSLS, held its first in-person induction ceremony since the start of the pandemic. The option to attend online was available as well. Since there was no...

Nerds of the Round Table have a tradition of acceptance

Stuart Pate, Staff Writer December 8, 2021

Friday afternoons are seemingly quiet on Truax’s second floor.   But tucked away in a nondescript classroom, gods and monsters engage in battle while a group of flamboyant self-described nerds...

Try some slow reading over the holidays

Mark Luetkehoelter, Librarian December 8, 2021

The busy fall semester is almost done, and soon hopefully everyone will have a little time to slow down and not worry so much about deadlines over the holidays. During the down time, the Madison College...

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