MATC Times

Forget you, Cupid!

by MCT

February 8, 2012

 While people stalk Cupid's arrow this Feb. 14 join us in celebrating Singles Awareness Day.

Winter finally arrived, time for a review

by Nicholas Patrinos, Downtown Campus Editor

February 8, 2012

So you got spoiled with our Spring weather – well don't worry MATC has got your back. The snow has arrived and there are a few things that our college would like you to know. Keep alert for bad weather announcements. Check your email and setup your RaveAlert account so you can get notices by phone ...

NIEA students visit Alburquerque

by Nichloas Patrinos

January 8, 2012

MATC students and advisers along with their UWM counterparts had a unique opportunity to gain new insights into the latest developments for Native American education. The NIEA (National Indian Educational Association) held their 42nd convention in Albuquerque, New Mexico on October 27-30. The convention pr...

Language lost and found

by Nicholas Patrinos

January 8, 2012

Panelists discussed the revival of a lost Native American language after viewing a film by Anne Makepeace titled "As Nutayunean: We Still Live Here" at Discovery World on November 3. The discussion group included (L-R); Roger Thomas, Ojibwe teacher and member of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior ...

Downtown Campus gets new Math Lab

by Shawnta Martin, Times Staff Reporter

January 8, 2012

If an individual is looking for a specific and personal environment in order to get some extra math help, the new PLI Math lab is the place to go. Located in C353, students taking MATGEN (general math) 109 and 110 courses are encouraged to visit the new lab. New as of this semester, the lab offers a quiet atmosphere ...

Seasons Greetings Gift Raffle

December 19, 2011

This leather clothing is one of the many raffle items featured for the African American Network Achievement Scholarship. The goal of the AAN is to encourage, assist, and guide African American students to successful completion of their education with the additional help of this scholarship stipend. The raf...

Teacher Education Book Fair held

December 19, 2011

Monica Sanchez, a Radiology major, picked out a book at the Teacher Education Department and MATC Chapter Student Wisconsin Education Association book fair held in the S-building Nov. 30 - Dec. 7. The fair provided hundreds of titles on a variety of subjects and disciplines. The proceeds directly b...

New Mequon Student Life Coordinator settles in

by Samatha Collier

September 28, 2011

Rita Wood is the new, exciting Interim Student Coordinator at the Mequon Campus since July 1. A MATC graduate, Rita has two Associates Degrees. She also was a President of our Student Government Organzation. Rita has also earned a Bachelor's degree from Ottawa University and is now in process of completing her Master's de...

Low or no cost resources for students

by Natasha L. Hollerup

September 13, 2011

School is back in session and along with it comes the various low or no cost resources that are available to both new and returning students. The first resource available is the Open Gym, which is an open period in rooms M5 and M27 in the Downtown Milwaukee Campus' main building. This is where student...

9/11 – A ten year memory evokes emotion and reflection

9/11 – A ten year memory evokes emotion and reflection

by Nick Patrinos

September 13, 2011

Ten years ago for some students was a time for childhood fantasies and innocent moments of play at a time when terrorists were planning and carried out an act of devastation and murder for many Americans. This month as the 10th anniversary is honored throughout the country in memory of 911, many of ...

Broadcast camp anchors high school students

July 10, 2011

MATC TV and Video Production Summer Camp high school students were introduced to MATC's Television Video Production associate degree program. The camp was free to the students.

Crosswalk blues at Downtown Campus

by Nick Patrinos

July 10, 2011

An SUV on Friday June 10 overturned after making contact with another vehicle on the corners of Sixth and State Streets. A Milwaukee Police officer (R) interviewed student witnesses (sitting) while a MATC Public Safety officer (back L) watches for students crossing near the scene. MATC Public Safet...

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