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Kai Brito takes a selfie with United States President Joe Biden in the background.

At the intersection of privilege and power

Kai Brito, Copy Editor April 10, 2024

On Monday, United States President Joseph R. Biden Jr. visited our Madison College campus to announce his new federal student debt relief plan and renew his commitment to offering free tuition for two-year...

Brayan Kabore models the new suit he picked up from the WolfPack Closet.

WolfPack Closet re-opening worth celebrating

Kai Brito, Copy Editor April 3, 2024

Brayan Kabore is a man with many hats on campus. He’s a Student Life Front Desk Worker and the Volunteer Opportunity Coordinator for the Goodman South Campus.  One day when he was working at...

The digital divide has wide ranging impacts.

Digital divide has far-reaching impacts

Balaji "Abi" Abishek, Tech Writer April 3, 2024

In our “information age,” access to the internet and its tools such as laptops, workstations, mobile devices etc., are not luxuries but a necessity, especially in a society shaped by digitization and...

People with autism are under-utilized by most businesses

Evan Halpop, Staff Writer April 3, 2024

While the month of April is designated as Autism Awareness Month, the needs of Wisconsin’s individuals who have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are a part of a larger issue.   Receiving a high...

AIM IT member from Oneida Nation speaks about land disputes

AIM IT member from Oneida Nation speaks about land disputes

Mx T Clearwater, Staff Writer April 3, 2024

Recently there has been a number of articles across various outlets in regard to the recent land disputes between Oneida Nation and the Village of Hobart residing within the Oneida Nation reservation....

Time management made easier with free Toggl App

Time management made easier with free Toggl App

Michelle Meyer, Graphic Designer March 5, 2024

Never know how long an assignment will take you, that’s OK! Me too. You do not need to do an assignment in the suggested amount of time.  Educators give an average guess of how much time an assignment...

Healthcare crisis in Gaza

Paul Becker, Arts Editor March 5, 2024

Two workers from the Doctors Without Borders group were killed early last week by Israeli forces, according to Truthout, a non-profit news organization. Christopher Lockyear, head of Doctors Without Borders,...

The Large Language Model revolution is coming

Balaji “Abi” Abishek, Tech Writer March 5, 2024

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a phrase that’s been in the limelight since OpenAI’s launch of the ChatGPT platform in November of 2022. When you think of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, Google’s Gemini, Anthropic’s...

Marquette poll shows how voters feel

Mx T Clearwater, Staff Writer March 5, 2024

A recent Marquette University poll reached out to Wisconsinites about the presidential elections and how the Wisconsin constituents favor the three main candidates along with the current state of the economy....

A day of hope

A day of hope

Lexy Ware, Staff Writer February 13, 2024

I took the flowers and ran them under water in a vase in the sink in the bathroom. I did not realize the water was piping hot. I watched the flowers wilt before my eyes. These were the last flowers I...

Use of salt helps roads, hurts lakes

Kai Brito, Copy Editor February 13, 2024

While Madison College wasn’t in session from Jan. 8-12, many students may remember the heavy winter storms that dumped over a foot and a half of snow in about five days. This news should be nothing...

The magic of open-source software

Balaji “Abi” Abishek, Tech Writer February 13, 2024

Software and software-based products permeate our modern world. We engage with software-defined interfaces everyday — whether it be products designed and developed by huge corporate giants like Microsoft,...

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