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Ainsley Schuler January 14, 2019

Students on path to graduate Spring or Summer semesters of 2019 need to complete an online Graduation Application (www.dmacc.edu/graduation) before March 1st, 2019. Summer graduates can also walk in May. Contact the Credentials/Graduation office with any questions.

Ainsley Schuler January 14, 2019

The DMACC Banner is sponsoring a free brownie give away on Wednesday, January 16 in the Courter Center. Be there and give us a like and follow on social media or show us you are already following us and receive a free brownie or cookie!

Ainsley Schuler October 22, 2018

The DMACC Boone Social Justice Club over the summer made a way-station for Monarch Butterflies. Over the summer the way station was built, including milkweed, mix or seeds of native wildflowers, including Coreopsis, Larkspur, Blue Flax, and Crimson Clover. These plants feed the pollinators that are coming through. The plants were raised by seed by […]

Ainsley Schuler October 8, 2018

Salutations! My name is Madison Doughman. I am a first year at DMACC studying to become a Medical Sonographer. I grew up in Salina Kansas but Iowa is my second home!  Outside of college life you can find me doing some kind of outdoorsy adventure, cooking, crafting, or curled up with a good book/TV show […]

Ainsley Schuler September 9, 2018

Hi! My name is Ainsley Schuler. I am a year two college student here on the Boone DMACC Campus. I am the editor in chief for the Banner and the Vice President of the Social Justice Club, along with being involved in the theatre program. I am planning on majoring in Liberal Arts here and […]

Ainsley Schuler May 24, 2018

A way station is coming to the DMACC Boone Campus! The Social Justice Club is sponsoring and building a way station for the campus this summer. A way station is a stopping point for animals and insects while they migrate during the seasons. This particular way station is designed for monarch butterflies. There will be […]

Ainsley Schuler April 27, 2018

Submission by DeShawn Davidson The University of Texas at Austin conducted more than 50 case studies that took ethics into consideration. Some of the case studies explored current and historic ethical dilemmas, but one in particular stuck out to me which was “High Stakes Testing” which explored the backlash that testing causes to students. The […]

Ainsley Schuler April 27, 2018

Submission by Ryan Sunstrom In the world of sports, nobody relates dogs to football; unless of course you’re talking about “Air Bud.” However, that all changed back in 2001 when Michael Vick, one of the best incoming quarterbacks from Virginia Tech, came into the National Football League. Vick was predicted to be one of the […]

Ainsley Schuler April 27, 2018

Submission by Skyler Johnson In my case study a woman made a complaint that the man that took care of her had violated her. Due to her health conditions, no one believed her. The facility took it so far that the woman was taken to the hospital to see what was wrong with her. She […]