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I would not take the vaccine, mostly because there is not a lot of information on it yet and I have heard a lot of negative symptoms from people who have received it. Im also not very high risk. I have a lot of exposure jobs and Im pretty well rehearsed in preventing and treating it as any other virus I could catch.  

-Amanda Claro-Bevsek
Fire Protection Services

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August 19, 2021
I think I would I take it, I havent done much research as to side effects or whats in it but I have friends in the medical field and theyve all taken it. My mother recently overcame breast cancer and my grandma has been diagnosed with lung cancer so I think it would put my family at ease, and if I hopefully get into the firefighting field I would have to get it anyways. So I think it would help give my parents and family peace of mind for my safety, and make it less worrisome for me especially with dealing with patients in the future. Overall I think it would be more beneficial to take it now more than to not. 

-Nicholas Gordon
Fire Protection Services

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August 19, 2021
I would definitely take the covid vaccine, just to be safe and to work towards herd immunity. I want to be safer when I leave the house. Ive seen people take it and I think all the fear mongering on the media and social media is wrong because Ive seen people that I know personally take it and theyre fine.  The worst theyve gotten is typical flu vaccine symptoms. 

-Juan Flores
Information Technoloy

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August 19, 2021
We were offered the covid vaccine through the program two days ago through Aurora, and I did sign up to take it just to keep myself and the patients were going to start seeing safe. I dont want to transmit anything and I dont want anything to be transmitted to me.

-Rebecca Pedersan
Dental Hygiene

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August 19, 2021
Yes I would take the vaccine because I do work in the healthcare field and it would definitely give me a chance to protect other people and myself.

-Lashanda Caston
Dental Hygiene

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August 19, 2021
I believe if I was not in school and in the health field I wouldnt, but because Im in school and Im in the health field Im going to be out and about a lot I do want to get it. And do my part to keep everyone safe.

- Jessica Lanor
Dental Hygiene

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August 19, 2021
Three Photo Editors in one photo. Pictured are three previous Photo Editors for the MATCTimes. Starting from the left, Darin Dubinsky, Kirsten Schmitt, and Andrea Clunie. Dubinsky and Schmitt are instructors for the Photo Department at MATC and Clunie is a recent graduate.

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August 19, 2021
Kirsten Schmitt, Photography Instructor at MATC. Schmitt was recently hired as a part time photography instructor, and is a MATC alumni. She is also a photographer for the Milwaukee Brewers.

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August 19, 2021
Dubinsky, Schmitt, and Clunie joined by current MATCTimes Photo Editor and student Celine Cotton in one of Downtown Campus photo studios.

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August 19, 2021
 Screenshot of Phong Nguyen, Student Government President at Oak Creek Campus.

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August 19, 2021
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August 19, 2021
 “The party that I voted for is typically the party that I usually vote for. I rarely stray from this party, as my philosophies align with one party better with the other. I feel like with everything going on that it’s just even more important for me to use my voice and effect some change in the community. I encourage everyone else to vote as well, as it’s a right that we have that we should be proud of and take advantage of. Other people lose their lives all over the world for this right, so it should not be taken lightly. 

-David Mahdasian
Photography Student

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