Photo Credit to Edward Kivlahan Everyone knows this fact: finals week starts on Friday. Students are cramming in their last second tests, projects, speeches, and studying. While your grades are important, so is your personal and mental health. Here are some tips on how to stay healthy and still get everything done for your finals. […]
Today the Boone DMACC campus hosted a Celebration of the Literary Arts, in which two authors came to present some of their works. Lettie Prell (right) read a section of her science fiction piece and John Domini (left) read a poem from his novel MOVIEOLA! The event brought in students from some literary classes and […]
The Social Justice Clubs Monarch weigh station is going to be revitalized in the coming weeks to prepare for the next season. This year some anticipated additions are a butterfly webcam, a Little Free Library, and a partnership with a new club, The Sacred Grove who will be planting an herb garden. They are hoping […]
Anthony Koester and The Skunk River Band is coming to Boone DMACC on Wednesday, April 10th. They will be performing from 11-1pm in the Courter Center. There will be a $2.00 baked potato bar. The event is sponsored by the S.A.C.
The Social Justice Club is sponsoring a drive to donate to the Assault Care Center Extending Shelter & Support (ACCESS). The drive will be going all through this week in honor of National Crime Victims’ Right Week. ACCESS is able to accept any toiletries and feminine products, as long as they are full size (travel […]
On March 29 on the DMACC campus in Boone, there was another forum to allow the community to exchange concerns. It was hosted by the Journalism and History departments. Boone County Representative Steve Duffy was there and answered questions from the members of the community. Topics that were discussed were questions in relation to Boone […]
Written by Ainsley Schuler and Xander Clubine Photo by Micki Anderson March marks Women’s History Month, started in 1987 when the National Women History Project petitioned to have Women’s History Week (1981) extended. In celebration of this month, DMACC students talked about the strong women they admire. A common answer among students was their mothers, […]
This past week I had a chance to go see The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. Overall I believed it to be a good movie for kids and adults alike. The movie follows the same characters in the first Lego Movie as they journey to protect their world and friendships from the new Lego […]
Update: DMACC is teaming up with the Boone Theater once again to present a free movie to the DMACC students this Wednesday at 7PM. They will be showing The Lego Movie 2. Bring your DMACC ID to get yourself and one other person in for free.
In the recent weeks I have put myself to the task of creating a budget. I have recently realized I need to know how much money I actually make and where it is going. At the start of the new year, changes in my life have pushed me to needing to manage my money better […]