The Clarion

Club holds shoes, socks drive for the homeless

A collection box for the Student Nursing Association’s shoes and socks drive sits in the Truax Gateway.

Katie Paape, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018

As the holiday season approaches, we tend to be more generous and remember the reason for the season. Here at Madison College, the Student Nursing Association is holding a shoes and socks drive to help the homeless this month.

Cosplay makes Comic Con fun

Cosplay characters take all shapes and forms, from the villain in the Saw movies (above) to “Game of Thrones” wannabees (below).

Jennifer Reinfried, Business Director

December 5, 2018

When I was in high school, I had an obsession with musicals, Japanese anime and superheroes. I collected the nerdiest things I could get my hands on and spent day and night with my nose stuck in a fiction novel instead of socializing. Back then, I was ridiculed. Kids relentlessly called me a nerd, and I...

Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society inducts over 100 students

Destiny Kwenchia Zaomoh, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018

Phi Theta Kappa is the world’s oldest, largest and most prestigious honor society for two-year College students; with Madison College’s Beta Beta Psi Society holding a continuous 5 Star rating for Chapter development and programing. Any student is eligible to join after completing 12 credits and...

A holiday to remember

Santa played by student volunteer Jhoan Cosme-Torres brought a lot of smiles to visitors at the Volunteer Center and PAC’s Snacks with Santa event on Dec. 1.

Arsenio Sorrell, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018

The holidays are a time for spending time with family, friends and loved ones. When you think of your favorite holidays it usually involves some sort of gifts or traditional festivities. Unfortunately, there are people who are much less fortunate and don’t have the resources to celebrate during holida...

Thoa tells students of the importance of connections

Speaker Neng Thoa, center, joins conference organizers Mai Xiong, left, and Ro Encizo, right, for a picture in Madison College’s Intercultural Exchange.

Briant Lawler, News Editor

November 21, 2018

Neng Thoa took the stage at the front of the room to start the second half of the “Changing the Narrative” conference. His message was clear and simple: we can build something fruitful, in real life, by connecting with individuals.

Changing the Narrative: ‘Be a voice, not an echo’

Motivational speaker Ian Humphrey was the keynote speaker at the annual Changing the Narrative Conference.

Katie Paape, Staff Writer

November 21, 2018

CEO of a multi-million-dollar company and motivational speaker, Ian Humphrey, gave a presentation at the second annual “Changing the Narrative – Be a Voice, Not an Echo” conference at Madison College. Humphrey spoke on Nov. 16 about finding your voice and making your own path. Throughout the talk,...

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