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Scientific studies try to decipher the chemical components of love

Scientific studies try to decipher the chemical components of love

by Salena Krueger, Times Staff Reporter

February 10, 2013

  The sparks are flying around labs as the science community continues to study the chemical reaction in the brain, along with a particular four-letter word. Flowers, candy and valentines surround this mysterious word commonly spoken around this time of year...LOVE.  This scientific study does not inv...

A message from the editor

A message from the editor

by Jim Nance, Times Editor-in-Chief

December 3, 2012

As the fall semester concludes, the 2012 winter graduates are preparing for their commencement ceremony on Dec. 19. We survived bombardment of political ads, caring for those affected by Hurricane Sandy, knowing just how strenuous getting an education is in today's economy for students. We at the T...

Opinion

Opinion

by Salena Krueger, Times Staff Reporter

December 3, 2012

It's been about a month since the 2012 presidential election has concluded. I don't miss the misleading political commercials as well as the hard-hitting and condescending television debates. Presidential signs have been removed from yards, candidate rallies have come to an end and political computer...

Get by with a little help

by Aaron Cleavland, Times Staff Reporter

November 13, 2012

Advising Days started Monday, October 22nd. It is designed to be an opportunity to create awareness of the resources the student has to succeed, namely faculty advisors. Although some feel they know exactly what they need to do next semester it's always a good idea to get someone's expert opinion on wh...

Turkey Day traditions

Turkey Day traditions

by Ashley Miner, Times Staff Reporter

November 13, 2012

It's Holiday time! Halloween has come and gone and Thanksgiving is fast approaching. So we decided to surveyed six students to find out what are their family traditions. Jasmine Jackson, Visual Communications/Computer Graphics student, says, "My family comes together; we each bring a dish, and talk...

Opinion

October 24, 2012

No! Not that "b" word. I'm talking about the "boyfriend" word. Or in some cases the "girlfriend" word. There is an unwritten law somewhere (I'm convinced) that states when getting to know anyone of the opposite gender that you are to inform them of your relationship status, pronto. My question is,does this ...

One healthy formula: MATC minus smoking plus some wellness = healthy & radiant campus

One healthy formula: MATC minus smoking plus some wellness = healthy & radiant campus

by Salena Krueger

October 9, 2012

When approaching the grounds of MATC campuses you find lots of positive activity: happy and hardworking students, educational conversations, hallways and offices full of pursuit; however, there's also a negative activity going on...yes I am referring to the smoke clouds that surround the campuses. Not onl...

Who’s in your class now?

Who’s in your class now?

by Ashley Miner, Times Staff Reporter

September 24, 2012

First days are filled with questions like: "What program are you in?" or "Is this class required for your program?" asked in classrooms so packed that someone has to sit in the front chair with no desk.  There are classes that were waitlisted or packed to capacity and the teacher still let students a...

The early bird gets the bookworm

by Maurice J. Lee, Downtown Campus Editor

September 10, 2012

  Preparing for school is not hard. When I was getting ready for college I was determined. I moved every distraction out of the way so that I could be focused. I even made it a priority to be at MATC well before I actually started classes to make sure everything was taken care of and understood. Since I ...

A Message from the Editor

A Message from the Editor

by Jim Nance, Editor-in-Chief

September 10, 2012

  Our fall semester has begun with a tragic and saddened start.  Over the summer, our community came together due to the shootings at the Sikh Temple which occurred on August 5, killing six people during the massacre.   With my deepest sympathy to those who lost loved ones and a renewed f...

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July 19, 2012

Life after recall

by Jasmine Jackson, Times Staff Reporter

July 1, 2012

  On June 5, Tom Barrett (D), Mayor of Milwaukee lost the high stake recall election to his republican opponent Scott Walker. Walker became the first Governor to ever win a recall election in the history of the United States.   I was shocked after hearing the news. Even after 1 million signatu...

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