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Above, Alan Zarzycki (left) along with a friend as they cosplay characters. Below, a film club meeting held over video chat.

Film Club Brings Connection to the Community

Paige Zezulka, Copy Editor April 21, 2021

Madison College’s new and improved film club has brought the community together through the art of picture. With the help of Alan Zarzycki, a Liberal Arts Transfer student as well as the co-founder...

Active Citizen Challenge

Eimy Gonzalez, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

The Volunteer Center is actively working to reinvent volunteering. At the beginning of the month of October, they launched the Active Citizen Challenge to motivate students and staff of Madison College...

Mercadito de Centro offers fresh, local food to the residents of South Madison.

Mercadito de Centro to re-open in January

Jessica Ayala-Guevara, Staff Writer November 29, 2015

The objective of the Mecadito the Centro is to become one the focal points for the beautiful and diverse South Madison community, according to Marcos Lozano, the farmers market coordinator for the Mercadito...

Sanchez scholar award winners are recognized at Central Hispano's Gala.

Centro Hispano holds 26th annual gala

Nicolas Lamorte, Editor in Chief November 29, 2015

As the city of Madison welcomed winter’s first snow last friday night community members and leaders gathered at Monona Terrace to celebrate 26 years of work, progress and partnership with Centro Hispano....

Latino artists shared their work in the Overture Center on Oct. 2.

Groups celebrate Latino artwork

Nicolas LaMorte, Editor in Chief October 14, 2015

On Oct 2., more than a dozen artists from Madison and surrounding areas gathered at the Overture Center’s beautiful Promenade Terrace. There, artists exhibited, sold and auctioned off their works, which...

Cathryn Mellender of Ballet Folklorico Zihua performs a traditional Mexican dance in costumes made by Ballet Folklorico Zihua Director Dulce Mellender.

Hundreds in city celebrate Mexican Independence Day

Mouna Algahaithi, News Editor October 1, 2015

The aroma of corn tortillas and cilantro filled the parking lot of the Mallards Baseball Stadium. Traditional musical instruments like the marimba and the guitarrón mexicano kissed the air as attendees...

Muslim community mourns lives lost in Hajj tragedy

Mouna Algahaithi, News Editor October 1, 2015

If you were driving around town on Sept. 24, you may have noticed an abundance of Muslims dressed in fancy clothing, ranging from sparkly dresses to traditional wraps and turbans. Thousands of Muslims...

Recovery corner: Rockin’ Recovery Rally is Sept. 19

Patrick Kempfer, Opinion Editor September 16, 2015

September is National Alcohol and Drug Awareness Recovery Month. This is bound to be a very exciting month for the recovering population, as President Obama is set to host a recovery month dinner and online...

The eleven human and two canine members of Stockpot Kitchen, and the van that carries them across America.

Stockpot Kitchen on a quest to feed America

Brighid Monahan, Staff Writer September 16, 2015

If you walk down State Street in Madison on a Friday or Saturday afternoon it is not uncommon to see musicians and the homeless panhandling for a couple dollars. But rarely do these people looking for...

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