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National Library Week

Dana Ryals, Librarian March 24, 2021

As a child, I loved the adventure of going to the public library in the big city. My mom would bring us on Saturday mornings, once a month or so, as our small town had no library to call its own. The...

Incredible Interaction from IIDA

Eimy Gonzalez, News Editor March 24, 2021

Madison college, without a doubt, leads—as well as is led by—resilient and passionate students. Members of the International Interior Design Association student center (IIDA) such as Melissa Wadsworth,...

Transparency to staff and students

Eimy Gonzalez, News Editor March 3, 2021

For Madison College, the efforts to maintain staff and student’s safety a priority has not faltered. After months of providing a secure virtual learning environment and establishing safety protocols,...

Mt. Joy at The Sylvee in 2019.

Joy Comes Back to Madison

Paige Zezulka, Copy Editor March 3, 2021

Madison has always been a city full of music in all corners of its isthmus. Though, once the pandemic hit, things have been quiet in the community ever since. That is all about to change this summer. ...

Madison College Ranks Third Nationally in Veteran Friendliness

Anica Graney, Editor-in-Chief March 3, 2021

For the second year in a row Madison College has been ranked third in veteran friendliness among large community colleges. This ranking comes from Military Friendly®, which is a review that sets a standard...

WolfPack Alerts warn students and staff of severe weather

Sgt. Lucas Adler March 3, 2021

On Thursday, Feb. 4, Madison College closed due to severe weather.  This was communicated via WolfPack Alert.   This is a reminder to the campus community to make sure you are signed up for...

Women’s History Month eResources

Mark Luetkehoelter, Librarian March 3, 2021

Women’s History Month is celebrated in March, and in normal years the Madison College Libraries usually have a display of physical books and media to highlight the month. While it is still possible to...

Dean of Access and Student Success Keyimani Alford

College offers COVID-19 Impact Grant to students

Chris Bird, Managing Editor March 3, 2021

Madison College is issuing emergency funding in the form of a COVID-19 Impact Grant to eligible students to help them through financial challenges. The grant from the Coronavirus Response and Relief...

Internship Job Fair

Michelle Meyer , Business Director February 17, 2021

Pandemic wise, Madison College is hosting an Internship Job Fair on Feb. 18, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Registration has been made simple through the new partnership between Madison College and Handshake....

Wisconsin Book Festival celebrates Black history

Hailey Griffin , Arts Editor February 17, 2021

From hosting events with authors like Dantiel Moniz, Ladee Hubbard, Emily St. John Mandel and Heather McGhee, to celebrating Black History Month and collaborating with the UW Creative Writing Program,...

Wolves in Research Club

Anica Graney, Editor-in-Chief February 17, 2021

A new opportunity for students to get involved has just arrived this past year in the form of the Wolves in Research club. Headed and created by student Stefanie Malzyner, this club allows students the...

Neck gaiters and bandanas no longer count as masks

By Sgt. Lucas Adler February 17, 2021

Dane County has issued a new Public Order, Public Order No. 13. You can find out more about this new order at  One of the main ways this affects Madison College is by no...

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