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Hey all – welcome to the fall semester at Montgomery College. I am psyched to be a vlogger for MC Voices this semester and I hope you enjoy and share my experiences with me.

For my first vlog I’m heading straight to business, as they say. I am encouraging you to go REGISTER to VOTE in November! You can even do it at MC at the Student Life Center in the Campus Center building. The deadline for registration is around the corner and I want to help you make a stand by giving you as much information as I can.

As mentioned in my video here is the link that will give you all the information you need:

Please go and check it out and REGISTER!



Song credits:

Fame Anderson – You Won’t get Me Down:

Matthew West – Do Something:

Bok van Blerk – Sing Afrikaner Sing:

Madlene Nel

One part student and one part friend, two parts explorer and four parts drama queen. When you put it all together you’d have a nice apple pie and I just made myself very hungry.

My name is Madlené and I am from South Africa. I have been privileged enough to be able to experience the American culture and get to know a variety of amazing people living here. I enjoy travelling and discovering new places but above all I love meeting new people and learning about their culture while sharing mine as well.

In my free time I enjoy reading a good book or two and of course I am addicted to Netflix (Not my fault . . . it’s those 10 seconds they give you to choose whether you want to go on with the show or stop and I seem to miss clicking the stop button every time). I love writing songs and performing in front of others. Over the weekend I like hanging out with my friends, going to see theatre performances and discovering new places to hike, eat or just to have fun.

 I am majoring in Performance Theatre and want to pursue a career in Musical Theatre.

I am excited to share my college experience with you and I hope you enjoy this journey with me.

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  1. Excellent point Maddie! When people whine and complain, they often don’t vote either. If you want a change, you have to make your vote count – literally. I do think in the past few years, younger people are becoming more engaged in the voting process as it was pretty lame for many years. Best of luck this semester!

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