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How COVID-19 Is Affecting Students in the Service Industry

How COVID-19 Is Affecting Students in the Service Industry

Hailey Griffin, Arts Editor

April 8, 2020

The COVID-19 virus has severely impacted the way that people all over the world go about their day-to-day lives. In China, Wuhan (the initial source of the COVID-19 outbreak) and several other cities have been quarantined in attempts to control the spread of the virus. In Italy, the government...

OUR VIEW: Sacrificing health and safety for the sake of our Economy is unbelievable

OUR VIEW: Sacrificing health and safety for the sake of our Economy is unbelievable

Chris Bird, News Editor

April 8, 2020

There have been plenty of concerns and opinions being shared surrounding the Covid-19 situation in America and how we should all be proceeding in these difficult times. One debate that seems to come up again and again is the question of whether we should continue to enforce social distancing and the...

Madison restaurants open for takeout, curbside pick-up and delivery

Madison restaurants open for takeout, curbside pick-up and delivery

Hailey Griffin, Arts Editor

April 8, 2020

In lieu of the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurants across the state have closed dine-in services for the foreseeable future. Luckily, there are still ways to order food from our favorite restaurants. The Wisconsin Restaurant Association website provides listings for countless restaurants that are still...

East Side’s Secret Getaway

East Side’s Secret Getaway

Sean Bull, Video Manager

April 8, 2020

With spring break approaching, I wanted to write a low budget travel guide, centered on a destination straight out of my life. Any other year, I think most people would find that dull. Why read my thing, when the next article over tells of a week in Italy?  Once again, this spring break took me...

Former player joins WolfPack baseball team coaching staff

Former player joins WolfPack baseball team coaching staff

Christina Gordon, Sports Editor

April 8, 2020

Kian O’Brien has been playing baseball since he was five, so when his playing career came to an end it was only natural that he found a way to stay in the game. “After I was done playing, I knew that I wanted to stay around the game in some aspect. I figured that it would be a fun way to stay...

College responds to COVID-19 crisis

College responds to COVID-19 crisis

Tessa Morhardt & Andrew Kicmol, Editor in Chief & Editor emeritus

March 25, 2020

It’s been a turbulent few weeks for students, staff and faculty alike, as the situation worsened with COVID-19. It started with the cancellation of spring break study abroad trips to Italy and London, England, and having spring break extended until March 29. In the past week, it has culminated...

Completing the Census is important for many reasons

Completing the Census is important for many reasons

Paige Zezulka, Staff Writer

March 25, 2020

As another 10 years have gone by, the time has come for the Madison Community along with the rest of the country, to complete the 2020 United States Census. America has been submitting the census since 1790 making this the 24th census to date. Mandated by the Constitution, American citizens (and non-c...

Surviving isolation

Surviving isolation

Chris Bird, News Editor

March 25, 2020

I started feeling sick on Tuesday, March 13. I didn’t think much of it, I mostly felt tired and had a bit of a headache, but I had to take a test, try to get some sources for articles and generally live my life. By the next day I was completely out of commission. I had a fever, then I had chills,...

Chef Series

Chef Series

Tessa Morhardt, Editor in Chief

March 25, 2020

Madison College had the pleasure of having Lisa Ludwinski, owner of Sister Pie, on the monthly Chef Series earlier in March.             Ludswinski first started going to school for theater, but then ended up moving back home. Upon her return...

Spring Sports Seasons Cancelled

Spring Sports Seasons Cancelled

Christina Gordon, Sports Editor

March 25, 2020

The Madison College baseball and softball team will have to wait a year to be able to play after the recent cancellation of their respective season by the NJCAA in an effort to protect athletes and fans from the spread of COVID-19.  “We are fully supportive of the measures that both our college...

Bobby Seale comes to campus

Bobby Seale comes to campus

Shia Aaron L. Fisher, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

“I am a first-class citizen...in my heart and in my mind,” said Bobby Seale to a packed auditorium during a Madison College Talks event. On Tuesday, Feb. 25, the Mitby Theater at Madison College’s Truax Campus was near capacity as Black Panther Party Co-Founder, Bobby Seale, opened about his lif...

Sharing Middle Eastern fare

Sharing Middle Eastern fare

Tessa Morhardt, Editor in Chief

March 4, 2020

Chef Zach Engel came to visit Madison College on Feb. 26 for the monthly Chef Series that is sponsored by Vollrath. Engel has a restaurant in Chicago called Galit. The name means “waves” in Hebrew and is also based off of his daughter’s nickname. His menu was formed from the culinary experiences that h...

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