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Different movie ticket deals to get you to the theater for less

by Kirsten Schmitt, Times Contributor

March 29, 2018


Filed under Movies, News

Netflix and Hulu are replacing cable subscriptions and movie tickets, but MoviePass is hoping to change that. MoviePass is a movie subscription service for a standard $9.95 a month, but now on special for $7.95 a month. When you sign up for MoviePass, you receive your pass in two weeks, according t...

The resurrection of the Phoenix

The resurrection of the Phoenix

by Charita Ford, Editor-in-Chief

March 27, 2018


Filed under Features, News, showcase

For MATC students past and present, the opportunity to express their creativity will soon be available. The college’s art and literature publication, the Phoenix, will return to print and online in fall 2019.  As for eligibility, “Any member of MATC – past or present – [is] allowed to submit their...

Do not read that textbook (maybe)!

by Tutoring Center

March 13, 2018


Filed under News, Tutoring Center

    You have probably figured out that no one cuddles up on the sofa to read a math textbook. The reason: Math is not about “text” – it is about problems, functions, rules and formulas. Math textbooks thus have few words, usually instructions, and lots of example problems. Natu...

Students showcase design talent

Students showcase design talent

by West Allis Student Design Club

March 8, 2018


Filed under News

Members of the MATC Interior Design Club at the West Allis campus showcased items they will be using for the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) competition. Students will compete against interior design students from various colleges in the area. The theme this year is “Outdoor Spaces” a...

Camille Nicolai saying goodbye after 37 years

Camille Nicolai saying goodbye after 37 years

by Asiya Mohamed, Times Staff Photographer

March 5, 2018


Filed under Features, News, showcase

Camille Nicolai, director of admissions and financial aid, says goodbye after 37 years at MATC. Nicolai’s journey at MATC started on Jan. 7, 1981 when she got a starting job as a library clerk. She graduated from Alverno College with a major in sociology and a minor in library science, and this jo...

Students can receive fast care with MATC/Froedtert partnership

by Charita Ford, Times Editor-in-Chief

February 27, 2018


Filed under Health, News

The District Student Senate has approved funding for a new initiative between MATC and Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin that covers walk-in care treatment for currently enrolled students, both part time and full time. Students can receive treatment for non-emergent illnesses and injurie...

Weld Club sponsors PBJ day

Weld Club sponsors PBJ day

by West Weld Club

February 22, 2018


Filed under News

 

Building operations, a bigger job than you probably imagined

by Mara Cook, Times Online Editor

February 20, 2018


Filed under News

MATC has about 3 million square feet within its district. This includes all campuses and an aviation center that is run out of General Mitchell International Airport.  MATC also operates a solar farm. Keeping all this clean and in good running order is the building services department. James Weisha...

Your voice is an awesome study tool

by Tutoring Center

February 16, 2018


Filed under News, Tutoring Center

    For example, if you read a textbook and nothing seems to stick … well, that is understandable. Very few people remember what they only read, if it is not in story format. This is one of the reasons textbooks are available as audiobooks from online stores like iTunes and Amazon. ...

42U in the clear for the year

42U in the clear for the year

by Charita Ford, Times Editor-in-Chief

February 16, 2018


Filed under News, showcase

Due to an over $800,000 short- fall, the Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) was scheduled to discontinue nine bus routes this year, including the 42U bus route that services:  MATC Mequon campus, Concordia University, Brown Deer Park-Ride Lot, Cardinal Stitch University, Bayshore Town Center, Bay...

Health information technology a career with room for expansion and advancement

by Mara Cook, Online Editor

January 4, 2018


Filed under Features, News

Carly Walker started out as a MATC student in radiography, but soon realized that was not what she wanted to do.  So, she went online to find other programs that MATC offers and came across the medical coding program.  Walker reviewed the program further and with the encouragement of her father, she changed her course of study...

Drinking, driving – holiday safety

by Kimberly Gilmartin, Times Contributor

January 2, 2018


Filed under News, Student Legal Clinc

With the holiday season comes holiday parties and cocktails. Don’t take chances driving if you have been drinking. If you are feeling buzzed, you are likely over the 0.08 limit and should not drive. However if you do find yourself being pulled over by police and you have been drinking, stay ca...

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