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Xander Clubine June 18, 2019

On June 17th the DMACC library welcomed two temporary residents in its space. The Boone DMACC Social Justice Club (SJC) received a boom of attendance in its Monarch Way-station when two fat caterpillars were discovered. Christine Whitney, DMACC head librarian and SJC adviser, brought them to a butterfly enclosure in the library to be protected […]

Xander Clubine June 13, 2019

Summer is here! With its arrival, some students are kicking into summer classes while others kicking into vacation mode. But there are those who aren’t spending the summer as a break―instead, they are building something more. This summer marks one year that the Social Justice Club (SJC) has kept up with a monarch butterfly way-station, […]

Xander Clubine April 15, 2019

From Saturday April 13th to the following Saturday April 20th, DMACC is celebrating Earth Week! Through the week there are events that will take place in the Boone DMACC Courter Center and auditorium. From breakfasts to environment-related exhibits to speakers to volunteer efforts, Earth Week is packed full of activities for those interested in taking […]

Xander Clubine April 8, 2019

Boone DMACC is hosting the Boone Family STEM Festival this Saturday April 13th from 9am-12pm. With multiple STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) based activities for kids of all ages, it’s something free and fun for the family to enjoy. For more information on what activities and booths will be there, go to https://www.extension.iastate.edu/boone/stemfestival

Xander Clubine April 7, 2019

DMACC understands the importance literary arts, so on April 9th during DMACC’s 17th annual Celebration of the Literary Arts, novelist John Domini and Science Fiction Writer Lettie Prell will be visiting the Boone campus to read from their works. Domini has written three novels and also three volumes of short stories. One of these volumes, […]

Xander Clubine April 1, 2019

Personal hygiene tends to remain just that―personal. Something not meant to be talked about. But that doesn’t stop director Rayka Zehtabchi in making her short film documentary, Period. End of Sentence. Period. End of Sentence. shows the lives of Indian women, who are restrained by the stigma of being women and dealing with menstruation. The […]

Xander Clubine March 30, 2019

It all started back in the day where iPods and other MP3 players were in the pockets and purses of many, birthing a concept of amateur radio. Ben Hammersley, writer for The Guardian, discusses this in his February 2004 article. What he didn’t realize after publishing the article, is that he came to name the […]

Xander Clubine February 26, 2019

On February 28th DMACC will be welcoming acoustic singer and songwriter Damon Dotson to the Courter Center stage. This Iowa-native musician will be performing from 11am-1pm. If you want to know more, check him out this Thursday, or visit his facebook page Damon Dotson MUSIC.

Xander Clubine February 26, 2019

This Wednesday the SAC brings you Emotion Matrix, a virtual reality experience that fully immerses users in the digital world using a the combined technology of a virtual headset, a motion platform, and even a tower with a fan to give the user the feeling of wind/movement. Emotion Matrix will be in the Courter Center […]

Xander Clubine February 12, 2019

SFor many college students, coffee is their lifeblood. It’s a wonderful pickup to get the day going, or something to enjoy for leisure or doing homework. Cafes and coffee shops do their best to give quality coffee and service. Banner staff members Ainsley Schuler, Micki Anderson, and myself (Xander Clubine) went out to some of […]