The Clarion

Clarion, Yahara Journal win awards at virtual convention

October 28, 2020

Both The Clarion and the Yahara Journal earned national recognition at the Associated Collegiate Press Fall 2020 National College Journalism Convention which was held virtually on Oct....

My Truth Forum is part of year-long discussion

Anica Graney , Editor-in-Chief  September 30, 2020

The Yahara Journal continues their efforts to improve racial equity at Madison College by creating a My Truth forum. This space will be a way for students to share their experiences with racial...

Madison artist Tony Catteruccia works on an equity mural for the Yahara Journal on Sept. 25.

Art as a medium of change

Anica Graney , Editor-in-Chief  September 30, 2020

The Yahara Journal is teaming up with local artist Tony Catteruccia to create a mural that celebrates racial equity. The mural was painted on Sept. 25 by Catteruccia and the Yahara Journal set up a livestream...

Reese started publishing in literary journals almost 20 years ago.

Get your work published

Natalie Connors, Editor in Chief March 5, 2015

Publishing literary material can be an intimidating feat. Deadlines, rejections, and the general unknown can discourage aspiring authors from putting themselves out there. However, for those courageous...

Campus Updates for Feb. 19

February 19, 2014

Congressman Pocan to return to Truax Campus for presentation This Friday, Feb. 21, U.S. congressman Mark Pocan will make his second appearance at Madison College. He will be appearing with Kathleen Falk,...

Yahara Journal features student talent in fine art, writing

Yahara Journal features student talent in fine art, writing

Sarah Weatherbee, Multimedia Editor May 8, 2013

From a stack of more than 200 submissions, Editor-in-Chief Zina Schroeder and her staff of editors selected 42 of the best of Madison College’s creative writing and artwork for this year’s Yahara Journal. The...

Brett Ralph

Words brought to life: Poetry reading by Brett Ralph, Nina Corwin

Ellie Dahlquist, Opinion Editor November 13, 2012

Making art is hard, frustrating and exhausting mental work. “You gotta go in to deep places. I think we figure out reasons to avoid it, because it’s taxing,” said Brett Ralph, poet, musician and...

Instructor’s second poetry book out soon

Cristalyne Bell, Editor in Chief January 26, 2011

Instructor Matt Guenette started writing poetry in high school to impress girls, but it didn’t work out quite the way he had planned. “It turned out being a quarterback really was the best way to...

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