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The active shooter training Public Safety gives draws from the run, hide, fight model created by the FBI. Key points include: Have an escape route in mind. Dont worry about belongings. Keep hands visible near law enforcement. Avoid windows. Barracade doors. Silence phones. Fight only if your life is in imminent danger.

Public Safety provides training to prepare for possible threats

Kaleia Lawrence, Editor Emeritus August 29, 2022

The Gun Violence Archive reports that 2022 has seen 407 mass shootings so far this year. Wisconsin is no stranger to the violence.   The Madison area nearly missed a tragedy earlier this year when...

Keeping each other safe as COVID-19 still persists

Iman Alrashid, Copy Editor August 29, 2022

When the COVID-19 lockdowns began in early 2020, most people took it seriously and worked together to protect lives. People worldwide have confronted changes due to the pandemic. Some have discovered bright...

Joining FamilyU to help parents

Mary Segall, Opinion Editor August 29, 2022

One out of every five undergraduate students at colleges across the nation are parents, according to the Generation Hope website. But students who are parents are 10 times less likely to graduate than...

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Library, tutoring change to meet student needs

Julie Gores, Dean of Libraries and Academic Support Services August 29, 2022

Twenty-nineteen (2019) is so yesterday! The world has transformed since then because of the pandemic, social justice awareness, increased knowledge of technologies and a chaotic political world.  All...

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Public Safety: Helpful Information to keep students safe

Sgt. Taylor Weckerly, Public Safety Officer August 29, 2022

Welcome to Madison College. During the school year, Public Safety will publish an article in the Clarion informing the college community of recent events and notable calls that Public Safety has responded...

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Help keeping your balance

Paige Zezulka, Copy Editor August 29, 2022

The recent expansion of Madison College’s mental wellness offerings will benefit student’s health, safety and academic progress.   Within the past 20 years, mental health concerns have gradually...

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Favorite spots to study

Mary Segall, Opinion Editor August 29, 2022

School is starting up again here soon, the anxiety will be there for everyone whether you are a returning student or new to the school. A good habit to get into is taking a bit of time to explore campus,...

Student Nursing Association here for future nurses

Heather Schultz, SNA - Vice President August 29, 2022

Welcome new Madison College Students and welcome back fellow students and faculty. We made the decision to pursue new careers and improve ourselves with education in a tremulous time for our world. With...

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Pump prices and inflation give students the shake down

Mary Segall, Opinion Editor August 29, 2022

Inflation is defined by Oxford Languages as “a general increase in prices and fall in the purchasing value of money.” It is a vital term used everyday within the world of economics.   Covid-19...

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