The Clarion

Off the Shelf

Off the Shelf

Mark Luetkehoelter and Kelly Minica, Librarians

February 19, 2019


Filed under News

The Academy Awards are coming up Feb. 24, and there are some films nominated you wouldn’t have expected in the past. An article by Stephanie Zacharek in the Jan. 14  issue of Time entitled “What makes an ‘Oscar movie’ in 2019?” points to two big reasons why. One reason is the Academy of M...

WolfPack Diamonds – New dance team shines

WolfPack Diamonds – New dance team shines

Katie Paape, News Editor

February 19, 2019


Filed under Arts & Culture, News, Top Stories

 At Madison College there are many clubs and organizations where you can meet a lot of people, but if you want to form a closer bond with other students while tapping into a creative outlet, the WolfPack Diamond Dance Team just may be the club for you. The dance team is led by Deyshia Kinsey, who...

Early voting offered on campus for the first time

Early voting offered on campus for the first time

Joseph Craker, Sports Editor

February 19, 2019


Filed under News, Top Stories

Off-year elections are most commonly known for their low participation and turnout.  However, after a record 2.67 million Wisconsinites showed up to the polls last year and with the current political climate in mind, this year’s in-person absentee voting for the 2019 Spring Primary has seen a d...

Stop the Bleed

Stop the Bleed

Emily Dimond, Photographer

February 19, 2019


Filed under News, Top Stories

Stop the Bleed is an event that happens every other week in Madison College’s Truax Campus cafeteria. Kalvin Barrett, a former police officer for the Sun Prairie Police Department and a current instructor for the Criminal Justice Program and Law Enforcement Academy, is Stop the Bleed certified whi...

Real-life ‘Frozen’ not much fun

Real-life ‘Frozen’ not much fun

Andrew Kicmol & Katie Paape, Editor in Chief & News Editor

February 5, 2019


Filed under Multimedia, News

It’s been an unusual winter so far, with a warmer December and then a record setting freeze in late January. You may have noticed but the building has had some trouble staying open in the first two weeks. Madison College was closed for four of the first nine days of the semester due to weather. In...

Chef Series Event features Pierre Zimmerman

Chef Series Event features Pierre Zimmerman

Katie Paape, News Editor

February 5, 2019


Filed under News

It is not every day that you get watch award-winning chefs practice their craft and speak about their passion right in front of you as you eat and drink delicious food created by Madison College culinary students. The Chef Series is an experience that will give you all of this and more. The best part...

Black History Month events include movie, forum on health

Black History Month events include movie, forum on health

Amara Gobermann, Managing Editor

February 5, 2019


Filed under News

February is the month of love, but it also the month of black history appreciation. If you are looking for a way to get involved or interested in celebrating black culture, Madison College has some events coming up that might catch your eye. Coming up on Tuesday, Feb. 19, “The Hate You Give” w...

Campus Updates

Clarion Staff

February 5, 2019


Filed under News

Stop the Bleed event “Stop the Bleed” is an event to raise awareness of the students’ campaign to save lives that will take place Feb. 14 from 1 p.m.  to 2 p.m. in the Truax Cafeteria Mall. The event is sponsored by Recreation Management, Public Safety and Student Health Education. Stude...

Public Safety

Public Safety

Officer Lucas Addler

February 5, 2019


Filed under News

Public Safety Officers respond to many calls for service and we communicate our activities to the college community.  Here are some of the notable incidents from the past couple weeks. On Jan. 17, Public Safety made contact with an individual at the DTEC campus.  The individual was found to b...

Off The Shelf

Off The Shelf

Dana Ryals, Librarian

February 5, 2019


Filed under News

As winter drags on and cabin fever creeps in, many of us find we are spending a lot of time in our homes and feeling cramped.  I would like to offer a way to combat cabin fever, help others, and become happier in the process.  February is “declutter for a cause” month.  Most peo...

Volunteer with the college’s Service Learning Academy

Katie Paape, News Editor

February 5, 2019


Filed under News

The Service Learning Academy is a unique opportunity for Madison College Students to volunteer and give back to the community in a fun and active way. It is an excellent way to learn new skills, get new experiences, and make new friends, as well as being a rewarding experience in and of itself. What...

Vice President eager to connect with students

Vice President eager to connect with students

Amara Gobermann, Managing Editor

February 5, 2019


Filed under News, Top Stories

Dr. Howard Spearman, the new Vice President of Student Affairs has a passion to get to know the students of Madison College and understand all perspectives. Spearman didn’t always want to be in higher education. First, he thought he wanted to be a physical education teacher, then he thought he wa...

The news site of Madison Area Technical College
News