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 […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]
From all across the state, 26 companies came to Boone DMACC to meet DMACC’s CET students on Wednesday, February 6th, for the DMACC Civil Engineering Technician department’s first ever CET career fair. The four-hour event let interested students meet the companies for possible internships or even full-time employment. While CET companies have come to campus […]
College is a great experience that comes with a price. Most new students are learning what it’s like to be an adult―having to pay for tuition and books, get their own food, live on their own and pay rent, amongst other adult things. Being a college student can be rough, but colleges have resources, from […]
Excited for DC’s latest movie? On January 23rd at 7PM, Boone Theater will be showing Aquaman, and will be providing a free small popcorn per person. With S.A.C. sponsorship, DMACC students, staff, and faculty from the Boone campus will be admitted free along with one guest as long as they provide their DMACC ID.
Angie Thomas, author of the best selling young adult novel The Hate U Give, is coming to DMACC for a special program called One Book, One College, One Community. This program uses a single book (in this case, The Hate U Give) to help in critical and creative thinking, along with joining the DMACC campuses […]