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CLARION STAFF REPORT

April 9, 2019


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Activities planned for  National Library Week Join the library staff for a celebration of National Library Week, April 8-14. The libraries will host these events: • Caption Contest: Caption vintage photos from our DTEC Campus Library for the chance to win an Ultimate Ears Wonderboom Bluetooth speak...

What is Culture and Climate at Madison College?

What is Culture and Climate at Madison College?

Cat Larsen, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019


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The Culture and Climate department at Madison College is a subdivision overseen by the Office of Equity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement. They help to organize learning events at Madison College. Culture and Climate recently brought Sonya Renee Taylor to campus. Taylor is an author, poet, social just...

Speaker creates content for language learning

Katie Paape, News Editor

April 9, 2019


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On March 27, Madison College’s STEM center had guest speaker Andy Plante-Kropp speak about language learning software Voxy, and the unexpected twists and turns of her life that lead her to become a Voxy partner. Plante-Kropp graduated with a degree in linguistics and German from the University of N...

A counselor’s perspective on coping with addictions

A counselor’s perspective  on coping with addictions

Caleb Brown, Contributor

April 9, 2019


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Madison College Counselor John Boyne spoke to a journalism class about his role counseling students with drug and alcohol issues. Boyne’s presentation earlier this semester for an Intro to Journalism class covered drug abuse awareness and prevention, addiction issues, and personal responsibility. He...

Adobe evangelist presents at Center for Entrepreneurship event

Adobe evangelist presents at Center for Entrepreneurship event

Emily Dimond, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019


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On Tuesday, April 2, the Madison College Center for Entrepreneurship brought principle Adobe Evangelist Julieanne Kost to Madison College. Julieanne Kost is a highly sought-after speaker for the Digital Imaging franchise, as she shares her knowledge and creativity in Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photosh...

Vietnam vets share their stories with students

Vietnam vets share their stories with students

Brad Burt, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019


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Honoring Vietnam veterans was the subject of the Vietnam War Veterans Day event held on March 29 at the Truax Campus. There were several displays set up with various gear and equipment used during the war, with veterans there to answer any questions people had while looking at the exhibits. Many veterans...

Having a lasting impact

Having a lasting impact

Joseph Craker, Sports Editor

April 9, 2019


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While spring break memories fade quickly for most, some students as well as staff at Madison College have memories that will leave a lasting impact. Over the past decade, volunteers from Madison College have been offering up their annual time away from class to help those in need.  This year was no...

Public Safety Office reaches out to support sexual assault victims

Public Safety Office reaches out to support sexual assault victims

Amara Gobermann & Mandy Scheuer, Managing Editor and Arts Editor

April 9, 2019


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Awareness of sexual assault is the priority for Madison College Public Safety this April. John Flannery “Flan” Public Safety Director and Alfred “Freddie” Arthurs Public Safety Shift Lead want the community of Madison College to feel safe, and know that they can be trusted. “We have resources...

Pets available to adopt from Vet Tech program

Pets available to adopt from Vet Tech program

Mandy Scheuer, Arts Editor

April 9, 2019


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The Madison College’s Pet Adoption Open House was on Tuesday, March 25. There you could pet several dogs, and several cats. The animals were very friendly and obedient. Some animals that are friendly, but also energetic, may or may not scare away the potential adopters, depending the one’s personali...

Allison to be college’s WTCS ambassador

Allison to be college’s WTCS ambassador

Katie Paape, News editor

March 27, 2019


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Andrew Allison, a student at Madison College, is a man of many talents. He spent seven years in the Navy, he holds a degree in mechanical engineering, he is a Phi Theta Kappa member, and he won first place on his honors project. He was recently nominated to be Madison College’s WTCS State Ambassador,...

The Clarion receives 18 awards from the Wisconsin College Media Association

The Clarion receives 18 awards from the Wisconsin College Media Association

CLARION STAFF REPORT

March 27, 2019


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The Clarion, Madison College’s student newspaper, won 18 awards from the Wisconsin College Media Association’s Better Newspaper Contest, including first place general excellence for state collegiate newspapers. The awards were presented on March 8 at the Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s annual...

Off the Shelf

Off the Shelf

Autumn Hall-Tun, Librarian

March 27, 2019


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As anyone who uses social media may have seen, there are a proliferation of daily, weekly and monthly events used for a variety of reasons: promoting a cause (World AIDS Day), raising funds for charity (ALS Awareness Month), or just having fun (Squirrel Appreciation Day). The American Library Association...

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