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Xander Clubine May 8, 2020

Never in my life would I have thought I’d be part of an epidemic, much less a pandemic. It’s something you read in textbooks, something you see on TV in less developed countries or more populated areas. But in February 2020, the world came crashing to a halt as COVID-19 sent schools on lockdown, sending […]

Micki Anderson April 24, 2020

Due to the pandemic that the world is going through, college is going through it as well. Classes have gone from in person to purely online, which some students are not use to. I personally had only taken one online course my first semester of DMACC, before this pandemic was even a consideration. I have […]

admin March 9, 2020

Written by Xander Clubine and Micki AndersonPhotography by Micki Anderson Art is a form of expression. It is used to delve into the imagination, and to tell stories. While people can have paintings or sculptures, some want something that feels more important, and more permanent. For many people today, that is tattoos. Boone DMACC Bookstore […]

Xander Clubine February 24, 2020

There’s a line from the infamous Shakespearean play Romeo & Juliet: “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”  For people, names are identities. A name is something given at birth, and is how someone is called and identified for as long as they exist […]

Erin Hart February 14, 2020

Choosing a college can be very difficult, especially if students are transitioning from high school and living at home to being on their own. It is helpful to know some of the great things DMACC offers on the Boone Campus. Patty Harrison, head volleyball coach and academic adviser said the best part of the Boone […]

Xander Clubine January 24, 2020

DMACC has an annual writing competition where DMACC students can submit up to three pieces of creative writing to earn scholarship or cash prizes. The deadline has been extended to January 31st at 5 PM, so students have about a week to submit. Rules are as follows: Type and title every entry, but do not […]

Xander Clubine December 10, 2019

Sometimes you find yourself discovering new things and opportunities without even realizing it. This happened to me as I started college, when I found myself discovering a new resurfacing trend―podcasts. From humor to education, I enjoyed this new form of audio entertainment, especially since I wasn’t berated with ridiculous ads every five minutes. With various […]

admin December 5, 2019

By Erin Hart & Micki Anderson As a college student, it is hard work to keep up with all of the responsibilities that come with being a student. Students must keep up their grades, work, and social life, which takes a lot of energy. Most people don’t get enough sleep, so they tend to turn […]

Gavin Mills November 15, 2019

Over the course of the past decade, Marvel has had a monopoly on the whole “comic book movie” concept with many movies getting generally positive feedback. But when people turn their heads to the DC cinematic universe, they see Suicide Squad, Justice League, and Batman v. Superman. Ew. DC fans have been aching for a […]