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High tuition rates bring world-wide student response

Cristalyne Bell & Sarah Blaskey, Staff Writers

January 12, 2011


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As classes resume, students are again faced with the frustration of paying high tuition rates. Less governmental support for education due to the international economic crisis has led to budget cuts, tuition increases and privatization. For months students around the globe have been protesting for...

President’s Message

Dr. Bettsey Barhorst, Madison College President

January 12, 2011


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Welcome back or for those of you joining the college this semester, welcome. I hope you had a wonderful winter break. The spring semester is here (even though the weather doesn’t feel like it) and we’re gearing-up for a number of exciting things at the College. Building Plan Update We received an earl...

Campus Updates

Clarion staff

January 12, 2011


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All Club Campus Social  Students can find out what clubs have to offer on Thursday, Jan. 20 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Student Lounge (142C). It will have snacks, games, drawings, music and more. Lost and Found Policy The Public Safety Service Office lost and found will no longer take persona...

Public Safety Update

Joe Steffen, Crime Prevention Team Leader

January 12, 2011


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What’s happening? Madison College Public Safety Department responds to many incidents daily.  However we would like to keep the college community informed. Here are some of the notable incidents this month. On Dec. 13, two subjects were caught stealing from the cafeteria while the building was...

FoodShare benefits more accessible to students

January 12, 2011


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Ramen Noodles no longer need to be the staple of a hungry college student's diet. Recent developments enable students attending technical, trade or vocational schools to receive food assistance through FoodShare Wisconsin. The Foodshare Outreach Program is being promoted by food banks across the country....

Campus prejudice a growing problem

Ryan Spoehr, News Editor

January 12, 2011


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Hate crimes on University of Wisconsin campuses grabbed headlines late in 2010, most notably at Whitewater and Platteville. Madison media paid most attention to the three hate crimes reported this past semester at the Whitewater campus, but students at Platteville reported more than two dozen similar...

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