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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....

Neck gaiters and bandanas no longer count as masks

By Sgt. Lucas Adler February 17, 2021

Dane County has issued a new Public Order, Public Order No. 13. You can find out more about this new order at  One of the main ways this affects Madison College is by no...

A COVID-19 vaccine being administered.

Vaccine Rollout for Madison College

Lauren Taillon February 17, 2021

Roughly 1,200 Madison College students and faculty have already started receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, based on a tier system that was compiled by the CDC, thanks to the college’s partnership with SSM...

Using the past to endure the present

Anica Graney, Editor-in-Chief February 3, 2021

The other night I watched “A League of Their Own,” which is one of my favorite movies of all time. For those who don’t know, it’s a movie set during World War II that follows the story of the first...

COVID help not enough

Eimy Gonzalez, News Editor January 19, 2021

Late March COVID-19 restrictions went into effect, plunging the country into a void of uncertainty. As small businesses and big corporations alike were forced to shut down with no clear date of reopening,...

Alternative winter break finds recipe for success

Hailey Griffin, Arts Editor January 19, 2021

This year’s alternative winter break varied from that of previous years. In the past, alternative winter break consisted of traveling to different states across the U.S., assisting in tasks like tutoring...

Vaccine becomes available

Vaccine becomes available

Emily Merlin , Social Media Director January 19, 2021

COVID-19 has plagued our planet for about a year now. Since it was qualified as a national pandemic, government testing facilities all over the world have been working day in and day out to create a vaccine...

Historic Theater Attempts to Stay Afloat Through Pandemic

Mackenzie Moore, News Editor November 24, 2020

When COVID-19 struck the United States in the spring, movie theaters began to close their doors. While many appear concerned for the well-being of large movie theater chains, those in smaller towns are...

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