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United Common Ground is offering a free showing of the film Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Maathai.

Madison College celebrates Black History Month

Rebecca Waraczynski, Business Director February 17, 2016

February marks Black History Month, during which we pay tribute to the significant African American roles and achievements that shaped American history. Since its inception in 1926, it has gone from...

Students enjoy the Hispanic Heritage Luncheon held at the Madison College Truax Campus on Thursday, Oct. 9.

Hispanic heritage luncheon

Natalie Connors, Editor in Chief October 16, 2014

Happy music, spicy food, and hungry students came together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in the Truax student lounge on Oct. 9. United Common Ground hosted a luncheon which included a menu of traditional...

World Culture Connection

Mouna Algahaithi, Staff Writer October 4, 2014

On Sept. 19, the Center for Student Life hosted its second annual Multicultural Social. Attendees included student, faculty, and greater Madison families representing areas from around the world including...

Gives students a multicultural space

Colin Bowden, Staff Writer March 20, 2013

A new multicultural center could provide a space for all of us Madison College is home to many things. We were first as a two-year college to bring stem cell study to the classroom. We are one of the few...

Karen Roberts Student Life Leadership Award Winners.

Awards banquet celebrates student success at Madison College

Clarion staff report May 8, 2012

Members of several student clubs and organizations were honored during the annual Celebration of Student Success held on April 25th. The event was organized and run by the Executive Leadership Team to...

Food, music and black history

Andrew Killgallon, Arts & Cultures Editor March 9, 2011

With February being Black History Month, United Common Ground sponsored their annual Black History Luncheon on the Mitby Stage on the 24th. This afternoon filled with music, traditional cuisine, and dancing...

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