MATC Times

Mequon Campus jump starts Club Recruitment Days

by Leanne Parshalle

September 13, 2011

As with many schools across our nation, the first week of school often resembles a bee's nest of activity and extracurricular opportunities for student involvement.  This semester, Student Life, Student Government and club representatives were all prepared with tables of information and an ice cr...

Summer fun in Milwaukee

Summer fun in Milwaukee

by Times Staff

July 10, 2011

Retiring, but not forgotten

by Wayne Miller

July 10, 2011

A number of great individuals have recently retired from the college. This will leave a great void for not only the campuses themselves but the other faculty and students who will miss them as well. Experience is something that is not easy to replace. This will be clear when these individuals retire. After speaking ...

Summer School class consolidation

by Alexander Pederson

July 10, 2011

MATC Administration decided this summer semester to move almost all of the classes to the Downtown Campus in order to address budgetary issues caused by their budget deficit. With no prior experience with relocating all classes to the Milwaukee Downtown Campus, administration was going to cut the hours for...

Rummage for a cause

by Leanne Parshalle

July 10, 2011

The Mequon Student Government recently organized and ran a rummage sale fundraiser to benefit survivors of the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck the country of Japan. According to an inter-office email, a total of $150.86 was raised with additional cash donations making it just over $2...

Earth Day provides cleanup opportunity

by Nick Patrinos

June 14, 2011

The neighborhood around West Campus received a cleanup by students and volunteers as part of the Earth Day celebration activities sponsored by Student Government and Keep Greater Milwaukee Beautiful. Jerry O'Sullivan of Student Life coordinated the activities. A lunch was served in the cafeteria im...

Student gets published

by Wayne Miller

June 14, 2011

Debra Henderson (a.k.a. Perdue Henderson) recently had a book published titled: "Branded." Debra is a full-time student at MATC and started in the fall of 2010. Debra stated: "I always wanted to be a writer, ever since high school. I even took journalism classes, in the middle of January 2010; I bo...

MATC refuses to recognize students

by Randy Allen

June 14, 2011

College students work very hard trying to earn good grades, often with very little recognition. Many can't maintain the cumulative grade point averages (GPA) qualifying them for honor societies such as Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) or National Technical Honor Society (NTHS). Yet, they still desire Dean's Li...

Spring 2011 Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) National Technical Honor Society (NTHS)

by Natasha Hollerup

May 16, 2011

The end of the 2011 Spring Semester has arrived and MATC students are now being inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa (or PTK) Honor Society for their excellent grades. To become part of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, a student must have finished at least 24 credits in their respective program and hav...

Instructor to retire after 35 years

by Times Contributors

May 16, 2011

For the past 34 years, Ray Gonsiorowski has been teaching microbiology at MATC. On May 23, he will be retiring. Although he is well known by students for his science instruction, many people don't know much about the man himself; what his hobbies are or what he plans to do when he leaves MATC. Ray attended ...

Student Legal Clinic

May 16, 2011

Dear Student Legal Clinic, I was on unemployment and now I have no income except financial aid. I would like to get some help from foodshare, but I was told that students need to work 20 hours per week in order to qualify. I have been searching for a job, but no luck. Signed Sylvia Dear Sylvia, There was a cha...

NAMI”Pieces” play unites community

by Stephanie Geisler

May 16, 2011

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