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International Cuisine – Explore global flavors without leaving school

by Delaney Trezise, Times Staff Reporter
March 22, 2016
Filed under Features

The MATC International Festival may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean that you have to say goodbye to sampling cuisine from all around the world. In fact, you might not even have to leave campus! One of MATC’s Downtown Milwaukee Campus’ best-kept secrets is the International Cuisine ...

Free tax help at MATC Downtown and Oak Creek campuses

by Teresa Rae Butler, Downtown Milwaukee Campus Editor
March 22, 2016
Filed under Features

Need a tax break? The MATC Oak Creek Campus is offering free tax help (in its 34th year) in room A120, through April 9. Operating days and times are Wednesdays 4-7 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m- noon. It is, however, closed during Spring Break March 26 and 30, and again on April 2. You must register at...

John Chisholm, Milwaukee County district attorney, has compassion for the citizens

John Chisholm, Milwaukee County district attorney, has compassion for the citizens

by JoAhne Penney, Times Mequon Campus Editor
March 22, 2016
Filed under Features

Milwaukee County District Attorney, John T. Chisholm, started on his path toward being district Attorney after he left the military, at the rank of first lieutenant. He briefly considered medical school, but after completing a prosecutors program in northern Wisconsin, where he worked with incarcerated ...

Delaney’s culinary delights

by Delaney Trezise, Times Staff Reporter
March 3, 2016
Filed under Features

Looking for some inspiration and direction for your next winter farmers market haul? Don’t you worry, because we’ve got you covered with an Apple Cider Braised Pork Shoulder and Curried Parsnip Puree! Don’t let the name fool you. This flavorful dish is much simpler than it lets on. Making use of ...

Farmers markets: Why shopping local will boost your culinary creations

by Delaney Trezise, Times Staff Reporter
March 3, 2016
Filed under Features

During these cold winter months, I’ve found myself daydreaming about spending sunny Saturday mornings at the farmers market. There’s something to be said about walking along the stalls and taking in the vibrant colors and brilliant smells of fresh produce. It’s a culinary paradise! It’s true...

He’s cooking up something good!

by Delaney Trezise, Times Staff Reporter
March 3, 2016
Filed under Features

Cooking seemed to come as a natural calling to Hayden Drews, our featured culinarian for this issue of the Times. Though he hadn’t started working in kitchens until recent years, his knack for experimentation and flavor profiling is astonishing. Drews credits family get-togethers for helping develop his pa...

Meditation: Think about it

Meditation: Think about it

by Ashley Zunker, Times Staff Reporter/Photographer
March 3, 2016
Filed under Features, Health

Meditation is a form of stress relief that has been practiced by the Hindus and Buddhists for around 5,000 years. So, in today’s chaotic world, there will be days when you are feeling stressed out and have a hard time letting go of it. Having all that stress can often lead to health problems such as...

‛Til Death Do Us Part’ Murder Mystery dinner was a thrilling good time

by JoAhne Penney, Times Mequon Campus Editor
March 3, 2016
Filed under Features

The MATC Murder Mystery dinner was off to a fun start. One of the more popular student activities, this event gets the students, their families and friends together for an exciting time once a year. Held at the Coast Restaurant inside the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum, the food and atmosphere were...

Delaney’s culinary delights

Delaney’s culinary delights

by Delaney Trezise, Times Staff Reporter
February 11, 2016
Filed under Features

Winter seems to have settled in quite comfortably here in Milwaukee, just as a very familiar question has no doubt settled in many of our minds as it has every year, “Why on earth do I still live where it’s so cold?” You would think that scraping the ice off of our cars every morning or trudging...

Slim down while you smarten up – Become a tip-top meal planner this semester

by Salena Knight, Times Staff Reporter
February 11, 2016
Filed under Features, Health

Welcome to spring semester! Students are organizing their hectic college schedules and finding out what works when it comes to study and break time. Planning your day takes a lot of thought and consideration, but I ask you, “Are you also planning healthy meals and snacks to help with your stamina as...

Students learn proper etiquette.

February 11, 2016
Filed under Features

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Here is your December 2015 President’s List.

February 11, 2016
Filed under Features

Sarah Virginia Bean, Richard Bothwell, Mouapa Cho, Justin W. Clay, Anthony Lewis Conroy, Karley E. Driscoll, Laura Kathleen Fletcher, Mary Ann Geisler, Lyudmila V. Gorton, Andrew Joseph Grzybowski, Brian S. Hafemann, Elizabeth Hill, Mudssar Hussan, Bryan Kading, Antonina Khokhlova, Viktoriya Kleyman, Kenn...

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