Career symposium prepares students for future

by JoAhne Penney, Times Mequon Campus Editor

A $2.1 million grant from the Department of Labor to develop, improve and expand adult education in the very lucrative information technology occupations has MATC training...  Read More »

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LinkedIn expert shares tips for getting the gig

December 8, 2014

On Nov. 5, students in the information technology (IT)...  Read More »

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Employee giving campaign gives thanks

by Teresa Rae Butler, Times Staff Reporter

The Giving Campaign has extended its options to gain scholarship resources by coming up with new ways to collect funding for its “Building a Better Foundation” theme....  Read More »

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Black Friday is dead!

by Kourtney Stevens, Times Opinions Editior

Standing in a long line while fighting the frigid cold the morning after Thanksgiving used to be the highlight of the year, coming up with a strategic game plan with family...  Read More »

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Phoenix annual reading keeps it short and sweet

by Michelle Ferrell, Times Features Editor

“A short story is something glimpsed from the corner of the eye,” said British short-story writer V.S. Pritchett. This quote seemed to be the theme of the Nov. 7 release...  Read More »

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Melvin Brown causes mass destruction with mega-dunk

by Monte Driscoll, Times Editor-in-Chief

The game was well in hand. The Stormers were a minute away from certain victory. And then it happened. Melvin Brown, after receiving a pass at half court, made a decision. “He...  Read More »

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LEGO League Tournament

by Kerry Lynch, Times Staff Reporter/Photographer

Fifteen teams in the FIRST® LEGO League Wisconsin Qualifying Tournament vied for five awards at the MATC Milwaukee campus Saturday, Nov. 15.  The competition pitted teams...  Read More »

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Should there be a limit on how far back educational institutions can consider your past academic performance?

Should there be a limit on how far back educational institutions can consider your past academic performance?

by Crystal Montgomery, Times Staff Reporter

There has been current debate on if MATC can look back into the student’s past academic performance at different schools. Students who went to school in the past and now...  Read More »

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