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Layk Nollen March 24, 2021

As an online school student during a pandemic, I spend much of my time inside. …Okay, I spend all my time inside. Much like other students and even faculty/staff, being inside all day can be pretty, well, depressing. Not to mention the stress of online school, and the anxiety many of us face on a […]

Layk Nollen March 15, 2021

There are so many scholarship opportunities that students never apply for, leaving thousands of dollars behind each year. It is basically free money, don’t pass these by! The Point Foundation Scholarship is a new scholarship available for LGBTQ students currently or planning to attend community college in the fall of 2021. Must have at least […]

Layk Nollen March 1, 2021

With many students, teachers, and other faculty/staff at DMACC needing IT assistance now more than ever, a new Network System Analyst is leading the way. Christian Cryder officially started working as a Network System Analyst this January for the Boone DMACC Campus.  “My job is basically to support the IT network here on campus and […]

Layk Nollen December 7, 2020

Last month, a photo contest allowed students to submit photos that reflected their experience during COVID-19. The winners were chosen and announced during a virtual ceremony over zoom last week on Dec. 3.  Coming in first place was Tyesha Jones, a student at the DMACC Ankeny Campus, who said, “Front step visitation with my Granny […]

Layk Nollen November 25, 2020

To say this has been a tough year is an understatement. However, people are still holding on with newfound (or old) hobbies, friends, and family. A survey was sent out last week to see what the bright spots and experiences of 2020 were for the staff, faculty and students of DMACC.  Forty-three people responded in […]

Layk Nollen November 18, 2020

With so much time on our hands, many people have been cleaning out that old closet, garage, and storage shed. Two questions usually arise when doing this, how did I get all of this stuff and what do I do with all of it? I have asked this question myself many times before, and let […]

Layk Nollen October 30, 2020

Recently some students and faculty/staff responded to a survey that was anonymous and focused on the 2020 presidential election. Like any election, the results varied and this one proved to be just as interesting.  A total of 76 people participated in the survey. Half said that they were faculty, and the other half said that […]

Layk Nollen October 23, 2020

Students, teachers, and faculty alike are still going through the stressful time of midterms. Studying, grading, and working at home can be a challenge. After all, distractions surround us.  With that being said, we don’t have a lot of places to go to anymore. We’re not allowed to study in libraries or sit in cafes. […]