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Hailey Clubine March 12, 2021

The Boone DMACC Food Pantry has come a long way from what it was. From a random cupboard under a staircase, to what students and staff called ‘The Woods’ and now to a more open space to keep necessities and groceries for those in need. Of course, with Covid-19, open shopping isn’t quite available, but […]

admin March 8, 2021

With warm weather on the rise, the SAC has some more activities for March to usher in spring. March 8 H.O.R.S.E. Tournament in SAC Gym, 9:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. March 11 Bowling at Perfect Games, 9:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. March 12 SAC Meeting over Zoom (Gift Card Prize Drawing!) 12:15 – 12:45 p.m. […]

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 […]

admin February 15, 2021

Despite the negative weather, the Student Activities Council has put together some positive activities for the rest of February. February 17 Movie night at the Boone Theatre, the movie will be “Land.”  February 18 Ski Night at Seven Oaks, 4:00 – 9:00 p.m. Perfect Games Bowling Night, 9:00 – 12:00 a.m.  February 25 Perfect Games […]

Skylar Vanden Boosch February 12, 2021

Difficult times requiring a new direction is Karen Marks’ specialty. Marks is the new biology instructor at DMACC’s Boone campus.  “As a student, I had a lot on my plate — I was working, a student-athlete, and serving part-time in the military. You can imagine that there were times that were really stressful or where […]

Nick Ripa October 2, 2020

COVID-19 has left its mark on many aspects of our everyday lives. The college experience was no exception. The DMACC Boone campus has felt the presence of COVID-19 and the on-campus living situation has been modified. Danny Higginbotham, Assistant Baseball Coach and Housing Assistant of Borgen Square Apartments, said there are definitely differences between this […]

Hailey Clubine September 30, 2020

When lockdown started and everything seemed to shut down around us, I was a senior in high school. My final grades were what they were at midterm, except for one class that continued online. I had already taken two DMACC online classes, so I thought I was decently prepared for the online college experience. As […]

Micki Anderson April 24, 2020

Due to the pandemic that the world is going through, college is going through it as well. Classes have gone from in person to purely online, which some students are not use to. I personally had only taken one online course my first semester of DMACC, before this pandemic was even a consideration. I have […]