Prostate exams getting better with newer tools

by Monte Driscoll, Times Editor-in-Chief

Technological changes in the field of prostate examinations were the subject of a talk given by expert Bernadette Greenwood as part of MATC’s Men’s Health Awareness month...  Read More »

July 1, 2014 • 0 comments

Summer U-PASS puts students on the road to success

July 1, 2014

As one of the many Milwaukee County schools in partnership...  Read More »

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No water – no life: Mequon campus celebrates World Water Day

by Veronika Grecko, Mequon Campus Editoir

Billions of people don’t have the most basic element of life – clean, drinkable water. In fact, according to the World Health Organization, 2.2 million people die annually...  Read More »

May 28, 2014 • 0 comments

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My name is not ‘Sweetie’!

My name is not ‘Sweetie’!

by Kourtney Stevens, Times Staff Reporter

It is a known fact that men, and in some cases women, have used “catcalling” to gain the attention of the opposite sex. It has become so common that some people have...  Read More »

July 2, 2014 • 0 comments

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The force for hunger rocks!!

by Alfonso Brooks, Times Staff Reporter

We have all heard the saying “Let the force be with you” and on Wednesday, May 7, the force was in the building when the MATC Music Occupations program presented the Rock...  Read More »

July 2, 2014 • 0 comments

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Play ball- Did you know that MATC has a men’s soccer team? Or that the women’s softball team is back?

If you are looking for leadership skills, personal growth, camaraderie and school spirit, then you should try out for a team sport. MATC is a member of the National Junior...  Read More »

July 2, 2014 • 0 comments

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Downtown campus library getting much needed facelift

Downtown campus library getting much needed facelift

Dramatic changes have been occurring to MATC’s downtown campus library. Construction began on May 22 by completely tearing down the old façade. It had been 40 years since...  Read More »

July 2, 2014 • 0 comments

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Where is the line between appropriate and inappropriate?

by Monte Driscoll, Times Editor-in-Chief

  For a lot of students, college is as much of a social institution as it is an educational one. It’s a place to meet new people and create new relationships. That...  Read More »

July 2, 2014 • 0 comments

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