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Get warped with bands ‘Of Mice and Men’ and ‘Yellowcard’

Get warped with bands 'Of Mice and Men' and 'Yellowcard'
August 24, 2012

Warped Tour isn’t just any tour with some bands in it. It is one of the largest tours in the United States, which happens during the summer months. The tour has hosted artist such as, Eminem, Fall Out...

All ears for corn in Sun Prairie

Corn fest volunteers butter corn for festival patrons.
August 24, 2012

For those wanting one last hurrah before summer slips into fall, the Sun Prairie Sweet Corn Festival was the event to attend. Admission to the event on Saturday and Sunday was $1.00 per person, or $5.00...

New players and coach hope for soccer success

The Madison College soccer team enters the season with a new coach in Sam Ramirez and several first-year players.
August 24, 2012

Sam Ramirez is the new men’s soccer coach for Madison College. He says he is feeling a little pressure now that he is the head coach, but that he’s also a competitive man. Since this year’s team...

Volleyball team starts season ranked ninth in nation

Madison College’s Chrissy Marti (12) and Kensey Loger (8) go up for a block.
August 24, 2012

The 2012 women’s volleyball team begins its season, Tuesday, with the ninth spot in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division III preseason rankings. The WolfPack ended 2011...

Awards banquet celebrates student success at Madison College

Karen Roberts Student Life Leadership Award Winners.
May 8, 2012

Members of several student clubs and organizations were honored during the annual Celebration of Student Success held on April 25th. The event was organized and run by the Executive Leadership Team to...

Sizzling Sensation: Cookout brings good food, music, entertainment

Illustrator Theo Howard is shown giving free 5-minute caricatures to students looking to get their goofy on.
May 8, 2012

The yearly tradition known as the Campus Cookout was back this year several of the college’s campus. At this years annual campus cookout there were even more activities to get involved with than in years...

Madison College Pow Wow held on Saturday, April 28

Spectators at a Pow Wow leave the stands to join dancers during an Intertribal song, during which everyone is invited to dance around the drum circles. Dancers would typically move clockwise around the different drum circles gathered in the center of the floor.
May 8, 2012

  The Madison College Pow Wow was held on Saturday, April 28, 2012, in the Redsten Gymnasium at the Truax campus. View our gallery of photos from the event. "Celebrating Achievements: Education,...

Top 5 movies to see this summer

The Dark Knight Rises will be in theaters starting July 20.
May 8, 2012

Summer is almost here, which means that movie theaters will be loaded with several excellent titles to choose from throughout the next three months. Since there are many big blockbuster titles, it might...

The WolfPack Den now offers live music

Two student musicians perform in the WolfPack Den as part of the Den's effort to add more entertainment.
May 8, 2012

“Expressively entertaining” describes the musical styles of talented individuals on campus, Khari Petty, Jacob Fischer, Tom Hussey and Peter Borowicz. Ken Virden, WolfPack Den manager, decided to...

Conference champs prepare for playoffs

Luke Muldonado, shown batting is a recent game, has the highest batting average on the Madison College baseball team, hitting .400 on the season.
May 8, 2012

As the Madison College baseball team prepares for post-season play, it continues to rack up the wins and accomplishments. The team just completed a week that saw it capture the conference title and win...

It’s a difficult time to navigate the employment market

It's a difficult time to navigate the employment market
April 25, 2012

With summer approaching, many students are looking forward to both newfound freedom and  with it, the responsibility of finding a job to make money. It can be difficult to navigate the employment market...

New building for culinary arts program approved

New building for culinary arts program approved
April 25, 2012

Across the college, the aftermath of the largest education-related referendum is evident with construction taking place at many of the campuses. However, the college is looking to add more construction...

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