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Counselor speaks about survivor experiences

Megan Binkley, Opinions Editor

May 1, 2018


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More than 28 percent of all undergraduate students on college campuses experience sexual assault and abuse, according to RAINN.org. This is an issue that significantly impacts all colleges, including Madison College. The college did several things throughout the month of April to draw attention...

28 students placed at State SkillsUSA event

28 students placed at State SkillsUSA event

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May 1, 2018


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SkillsUSA is a club at Madison College, and many other colleges, that promotes students working towards a trade or vocation. One of SkillsUSA’s primary objective is for students to be recognized through their participation in state and national competitions. There are general competitions, like Job...

Clarion wins 19 awards at state college media contest

Clarion Staff Report

May 1, 2018


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The Clarion captured 19 awards, including eight for first-place, in the Wisconsin College Media Association’s Better Newspaper Contest. The awards were presented on April 13, at the Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s annual convention. Competing against other student newspapers across the state...

Fashion marketing symposium hosted at Madison College

Tara Olivia Martens, Staff Writer

May 1, 2018


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Fashion meeting technology was the subject at the first annual Fashion Marketing and Technology Symposium put on by the Madison College Entrepreneurship Center on April 18 at the Truax campus. The morning program consisted of eight representatives within the Wisconsin district, including DSG...

Public Safety

Public Safety

Officer Lucas Adler

May 1, 2018


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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 April 26, Public Safety Officers responded to a major water leak in the Health Education Building. ...

Off The Shelf: Recognizing our 2017-18 student workers

Off The Shelf: Recognizing our 2017-18 student workers

Erika Linzner, Librarian

May 1, 2018


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As the snow begins to melt, and the spring semester comes to a close, the Madison College Libraries and Student Achievement Centers would like to, once again, take an opportunity to show its profound appreciation to its student staff for their diligent efforts this past academic year. Your excellent...

New scholarship established for LGBTQA+ students

New scholarship established for LGBTQA+ students

Adrienne Oliva, Editor in Chief

May 1, 2018


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LGBTQA+ students at Madison College will soon have a specific scholarship available to them. The scholarship came as a donation from QBE, a national insurance company, to assist LGBTQA+ students in paying for their education at Madison College. Julia Haseleu, committee chair of the Rainbow Scholarship,...

South Campus fundraiser a hit

South Campus fundraiser a hit

Andrew Kicmol, Staff Writer

May 1, 2018


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Madison South Campus had a fundraiser on Friday April 20 to help raise money for the construction of a new South Campus. To help fund raise, the college had the Spanish language radio station, La Movida, do a live broadcast. The small library of South Campus was turned into a radio studio for the...

Cornille heading to Heartland

Cornille heading to Heartland

Jessica Deegan, News Editor

May 1, 2018


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After working at Madison College for nearly 18 years, Dr. Keith Cornille will soon start a new chapter of life as the president of Heartland Community College in Illinois. Although his transition will be hard, Cornille looks forward to living closer to his father and getting to see his brothers and...

March For Our Lives: 50 Miles More

March For Our Lives: 50 Miles More

Krista Olson-Lehman, Staff Writer

April 17, 2018


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On March 24, students around the USA joined together in the “March For Our Lives,” happening in Washington DC, and in cities all over the country, including Madison. A group of Wisconsin High School students, however, decided that wasn’t enough. On March 25, they started the trek from Madison to...

Workshop explores how to recognize, end stereotyping

Andrew Kicmol, Staff Writer

April 17, 2018


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On April 11, a workshop called “The Safety in Understanding: A Workshop on Stereotypes” was held. In a room of about 15 students and faculty, the workshop was led by the duo of Lucia Nunez, Vice President of Equity Inclusion, and Community Engagement, and Catherine Larsen, Vice President of WomenLEAD. Nunez...

Off the Shelf: Thinking about Big Data, try some research

Off the Shelf: Thinking about Big Data, try some research

April 17, 2018


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Recently, the news has focused on the revelation of Cambridge Analytica harvesting data from millions of Facebook users for psychographic political purposes. People were and still are outraged by this incident, and are expressing their anger by deleting their Facebook accounts. Even after all of this,...

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