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Ainsley Schuler February 5, 2019

This last weekend at the Boone DMACC Campus the Journalism and History departments hosted a Forum. Senator Jerry Behn and Representative Phil Thompson came to campus to answer questions presented to them by the community. They met Saturday morning. There were comments about the forum going smoothly. Everyone got their questions answered. Topics that were […]

Xavior Rojas February 4, 2019

The men’s basketball team for Des Moines Area Community College won their game against the Little Priest Tribal team Thursday with a 26 point lead. The overall scores were 92-75. They will be play against the Mount Mercy College junior varsity team today at 6pm in the DMACC gym. The DMACC women’s basketball team won […]

Xander Clubine February 2, 2019

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 […]

Edward Kivlahan September 10, 2018

My name is Edward Kivlahan. I am a second year student here at DMACC pursuing my Associate’s of Arts. On campus, I am a reporter and tech expert for The Banner and the President of the Social Justice Club. My hobbies include video production, photo and audio editing, music production, writing, and video games. I’m […]

Mario Chothen May 3, 2018

Our DMACC #1 Bears are 40-0 in the year 2018! The Bears averaged over 8 runs a game, at least one home run per game and had a team batting average of 391. Freshmen Kaisha Wells and Morgan Nealey led the Bears in home runs with 12 apiece, while Nealey led the Bears in RBI’s […]

Ainsley Schuler April 27, 2018

Submission by DeShawn Davidson The University of Texas at Austin conducted more than 50 case studies that took ethics into consideration. Some of the case studies explored current and historic ethical dilemmas, but one in particular stuck out to me which was “High Stakes Testing” which explored the backlash that testing causes to students. The […]

Ainsley Schuler April 27, 2018

Submission by Ryan Sunstrom In the world of sports, nobody relates dogs to football; unless of course you’re talking about “Air Bud.” However, that all changed back in 2001 when Michael Vick, one of the best incoming quarterbacks from Virginia Tech, came into the National Football League. Vick was predicted to be one of the […]

Ainsley Schuler April 27, 2018

Submission by Skyler Johnson In my case study a woman made a complaint that the man that took care of her had violated her. Due to her health conditions, no one believed her. The facility took it so far that the woman was taken to the hospital to see what was wrong with her. She […]

Ainsley Schuler April 27, 2018

Submission by Keeley Russell Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide is the painless killing of a patient suffering from an incurable and painful disease. George and Betty Coumbias wanted to die together. The couple had been married for 50 years. George suffers from a heart disease, while his wife is in good health. Assisted suicide is illegal […]