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A vaccine clinic was held at the Truax Campus.

Vaccination clinics on campus an effort to combat COVID-19

Morgan Engels, News Editor September 14, 2021

As Madison College continues to reopen, the school has held a series of vaccination clinics on its campuses.     Vaccines were administered on the Goodman South Campus on Aug. 19, and...

Financial relief for all Madison College students

Eimy Gonzalez, Assistant Editor August 28, 2021

Madison College student debt has been forgiven, leaving thousands of students free of financial burden and with the opportunity to pursue their career interests steadily during the pandemic.    Any...

College updates its travel guidelines for Fall 2021 semester

Kaleia Lawrence, Editor in Chief August 28, 2021

Early July, an email was sent out to Madison College employees/colleagues laying out plans for college related travel and events.  According to the email, in-state travel is allowable for learning...

Medical masks will be available at Madison College building entrances for those who need them.

Indoor mask mandate on campus

Morgan Engels, News Editor August 28, 2021

Students and faculty participating in classes or visiting campus at Madison College will be required to wear face masks, likely through the fall semester.     The decision came more than...

Defining a new normal for Madison College in the wake of COVID-19

Morgan Engels May 5, 2021

In March of 2020 Madison College administrators were faced with a monumental task unlike anything in the college’s 110-year history: shutting the campus down and moving most classes online. Now, more...

The Mitby Theater logo at Truax Campus.

The show must go on for the performing arts during COVID-19

Erin Schuster , Contributor May 5, 2021

The performing arts at Madison College are integral to the creativity and expression of students on campus. Unfortunately, this program has experienced significant setbacks due to regulations caused by...

The Redsten Gymnasium where the wolfpack volleyball and basketball teams practice and play.

Finding balance as a first-year college athlete during COVID-19

Kaleia Lawrence , Opinion Editor May 5, 2021

Making sports COVID-19 safe took some time, but Madison College did it. While all of the indoor sports seasons were fully cancelled, they were still granted permission to have up to five scrimmages against...

COVID-19 Journal Project

Hailey Griffin, Arts Editor April 7, 2021

The COVID-19 Journal Project invites people to contribute records that exemplify life during COVID-19 to their archives. Hosted by the Wisconsin Historical Society, the project aims to collect the...

Not having spring break hurt students

Kaleia Lawrence , Opinion Editor March 24, 2021

Each college has taken a different approach when it comes to how they dealt with the coronavirus. To many institutions, this has meant taking away spring break. Instead, they sprinkled mental health days...

Spring break, a year after the school was closed from the COVID-19 pandemic

Boh Suh, Staff Writer March 3, 2021

Spring break is coming up soon! I know some have been waiting for this since the beginning of the semester. It is always nice to have a week off during the semester when you feel like you are behind the...

Dean of Access and Student Success Keyimani Alford

College offers COVID-19 Impact Grant to students

Chris Bird, Managing Editor March 3, 2021

Madison College is issuing emergency funding in the form of a COVID-19 Impact Grant to eligible students to help them through financial challenges. The grant from the Coronavirus Response and Relief...

The Challenges of Student-Athletes in the Pandemic

Maguire Fitzgerald, Staff Writer February 17, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has been trying times for many. It has brought new challenges to everyday life. This is the same for student-athletes. Practices, workouts, and team meetings have all changed drastically....

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