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Eliot Nardi shared his experiences as a first-generation student at UW-Madison and now as a professional pursuing an MBA during an “I’m First Gen Week” event on Nov. 8.

Focus on post-graduation

Kelly Feng, Managing Editor November 23, 2022

The Madison College Office of Retention Initiatives and Student Engagement (RISE) held a special presentation on Tuesday, Nov. 8, called "Navigating the Workplace as a first-generation professional." It...

Student Life student employees Alyse Miller, left, and Levi Jones look at ornaments on the Volunteer Center’s giving tree.

Santa’s Wish List needs your help to give gifts to 200 children

Lillian Coppelman, Editor in Chief November 23, 2022

Every year many Madison College students struggle to afford presents for their children during the holiday season. Santa’s Wish List, coordinated by The Volunteer Center, is a program designed to assist...

Its time to stop falling back

It’s time to stop falling back

Kelly Feng, Managing Editor November 23, 2022

This month, the same day clocks turned back an hour because of daylight saving time, my friend’s son was involved in a car accident. He was driving from Indiana to Illinois when his vehicle was involved...

Nate Marshall, a poet and instructor at UW-Madison, answers students’ questions during a reading held in the Truax Campus Studio Theater on Nov. 3. Marshall read from his latest poetry book, “Finna.”

Sharing the tales behind the poems he writes

Bryce Dailey  , Staff Writer November 23, 2022

Accomplished wordsmith Nate Marshall gave a reading of his poetry at Madison College on Thursday, Nov. 3. The poet read sections from his recent book, “Finna,” an intimate collection of poems relating...

Madison College women’s basketball co-coaches James Adams, left, and Mike Mayfield, right, visit with their team during a timeout against Rockford University JV on Nov. 17.

Building a team together

Kelly Feng, Managing Editor November 23, 2022

Although basketball coaches James Adams and Mike Mayfield have coached together for several years, this season they are starting from scratch. With a roster of eight first-year students, three returning...

A student paints a sugar skull in the Truax Campus Intercultural Exchange as part of the Día de los Muertos event.

Día de los Muertos event

Lillian Coppelman, Editor in Chief November 9, 2022

Día de los Muertos is a holiday that celebrates those who have passed and is a way to show people that death is not scary, but instead is something that can be celebrated. With bright colors, happy music,...

Madison College staff Zong Her and Gage Matthews encourage students to complete the Student Satisfaction Inventory survey in the Truax Cafeteria on Nov. 7.

Student satisfaction survey responses sought by Nov. 18

Clarion Staff Report November 9, 2022

Madison College degree-credit students are being asked to participate in a survey known as the Student Satisfaction Inventory, which is conducted at the college every two years. The survey started on Oct....

Members of the Madison College Athletic Department compete against the UW-Whitewater Wheelchair basketball team.

Disability Resource Services champions equitable access

Michelle Meyer , Staff Writer November 9, 2022

Madison College Disability Resource Services encouraged students of all abilities to participate in grassroots style events during National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM).  Madison...

Taylor Swift performs onstage during NSAI 2022 Nashville Songwriter Awards at Ryman Auditorium on Sept. 20, in Nashville, Tennessee.

‘Midnights’ by Taylor Swift

Cisco Garcia , Staff Writer November 9, 2022

Taylor Swift’s new album, “Midnights,” has blown away Swifties across the world. This new album’s rollout has been one like the world has never seen before.   On Aug. 28, Taylor Swift won...

Madison College’s Porter Pretasky, right, sets a screen to free up Nik Feller during their Nov. 4 game at home against McHenry County College.

WolfPack basketball season begins with loss

Anthony McCulley , Staff Writer November 9, 2022

The Madison College WolfPack men’s basketball team lost its home opener to McHenry County College on Nov. 1 by a score of 83-78.    A game that went back and forth was decided down the stretch....

Student Senate Vice President of Team Development Lisa Lindert speaks during the Oct. 17 Town Hall as Senate President Wilfried Tapsoba looks on.

Senate Town Hall encourages students to share their voices

Kelly Feng, Managing Editor October 27, 2022

The Madison College Student Senate held this year’s first Town Hall on Monday, Oct. 17. The Senate is made up of 20 students who are elected by the student body. Led by the Executive Council of the...

Members of the cast rehearse a scene from “She Kills Monsters.” The show being put on by Madison College Performing Arts opens on Friday, Oct. 28, and runs through Sunday, Nov. 6, at Mitby Theater.

‘She Kills Monsters’

Special to The Clarion October 27, 2022

Madison College Performing Arts presents Qui Nguyen’s “She Kills Monsters,” at the Mitby Theatre, Oct. 28-Nov. 6. Playwright Qui Nguyen (kwee gwen) is most recently known as the writer behind Disney’s...

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