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The Perks of Choosing an Independent Major

Isa James, Staff Reporter May 24, 2023

As college comes closer for a new class of seniors, high school students once again question whether or not a traditional 4-year college degree is right for them. Many students go undecided or pick a major...

Controversy Surrounds This Years Biggest Game and the Wizarding World

Controversy Surrounds This Year’s Biggest Game and the Wizarding World

Brodee Schmidt, Staff Reporter March 13, 2023

*This article contains opinions from the author and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of Madison Consolidated Schools or The Madisonian There is controversy surrounding the recently released...

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Local Gossip Muddies the Water During MCHS Lockdown

Zoe Bullock, Staff Reporter March 10, 2023

With the recent lockdown at the Madison Consolidated School District, the community exploded with theories of what really happened in real-time Tuesday morning. Parents, students, and community members...

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On the Heels of the State of the City, Mayor Courtney Discusses Current Projects with ‘The Madisonian’

Jenna Ginn, Staff Reporter March 10, 2023

With all of the new improvements around Madison, it might be hard for residents to keep track of all the development plans. The Madisonian spoke with Madison mayor Bob Courtney to find out the new-fangled...

Sidewalk chalk art outside of Deputy elementary.

Deputy Elementary Chosen as National Blue Ribbon School

Brie Joseph, Staff Reporter October 8, 2021

On September 22, Deputy Elementary was recognized as a 2021 National Blue Ribbon School and was one of only 325 schools in the country to be recognized. Deputy Elementary was recognized for meeting "the...

Madisonian Reporter Experiences Ribberfest First Hand

Madisonian Reporter Experiences Ribberfest First Hand

Ryder Jones, Staff Reporter September 3, 2021

Ribberfest of Madison, IN After a year of lockdown, many eagerly waited to get back out into the world and socialize with friends and families. This year, many found that Ribberfest was the perfect...

Morgan Wallen in his Wasted on You video.

Morgan Wallen’s Future Still Cloudy Weeks after Leaked Video

Hunter Getz, Staff Reporter March 11, 2021

Morgan Wallen’s recent suspension of his recording contract with Big Loud Records over a clip of him shouting the racial pejoratives has stirred up what already was a sticky situation. Soon after, sales...

Jefferson County Schools Release Closure Info and other Important Coronavirus Details

Jefferson County Schools Release Closure Info and other Important Coronavirus Details

Harper Watson, Staff Reporter March 13, 2020

Madison Indiana school and local officials have been taking precautionary measures in hopes of curbing the spread of the virus including the cancelation of Ivy tech courses and transferring to digital...

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Teens to March on the Statehouse for Climate Change

Sophia Hall, Staff Reporter March 11, 2019

On Friday, March 15th, a group of Madison Consolidated High School students will be skipping school to attend The U.S. Youth Climate Strike in Indianapolis. From 12-2 p.m., they will be protesting on the...

An MCHS student tackles her assignments.

Stress Among American and MCHS Teens a Growing Epidemic

Anne Grady, Staff Writer August 23, 2018

The mental health of high school students is a hidden and growing crisis for today’s generation. If you are a current high school student, you might be aware of the effects stress can have on someone’s...

Indiana 2018 republican senate candidates Todd Rokita, Mike Braun, and Luke Messer

Indiana Senate Race: Every Challenger Had Warts; Incumbent Still not Safe

Bergen Cornelius, Staff Writer May 15, 2018

On Tuesday May 8th, 2018 Indiana found out who will run against current Hoosier Senator Joe Donnelly in November. Tuesday marked the day of primaries that had been occurring in the United States since...

Why Teachers are Striking and How Indiana Teachers Compare

Why Teachers are Striking and How Indiana Teachers Compare

Bergen Cornelius, Staff Writer April 12, 2018

Jeff Bezos, Peyton Manning, and your next door neighbor may not have done the same thing in their lives, but they are all similar in one particular way. Bezos, Manning, and your neighbor presumably live...

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