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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,...

The invisible problem: long-term unemployment

Sarah Weatherbee, Multimedia Editor January 22, 2013

We avoided the catastrophic effects of the fiscal cliff in December. We did not hit the ground with a thud. In yet another instance of D.C. deadlock, congress worked out a deal just in time. Their next...

Students struggle to succeed in classroom, lack of health insurance

Students struggle to succeed in classroom, lack of health insurance

Sarah Weatherbee, Staff Writer October 9, 2012

Mary Moore’s favorite part of the day is riding the bus to school. She loves observing the blends of ethnicity in the faces of her fellow riders. However, she knows the trip is fraught with danger. “As...

It's a difficult time to navigate the employment market

It’s a difficult time to navigate the employment market

Faith Hughes, Clarion Staff April 25, 2012

With summer approaching, many students are looking forward to both newfound freedom and  with it, the responsibility of finding a job to make money. It can be difficult to navigate the employment market...

Help for returning adult students

Cristalyne Bell, Editor in Chief February 9, 2011

Inflated unemployment rates over the past several years have led to a major increase in college enrollment. To accommodate an older generation returning to school, Madison Area Technical College received...

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