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Edward Kivlahan March 27, 2019

From start to finish, Us is a wild, weird, and intense ride. I rate it five stars, it is an amazing thriller. From the writing to the acting and character development, through the cinematography and soundtrack, it was masterfully done. Jordan Peele is a new age Hitchcock. The trailer was well designed, and it didn’t […]

Edward Kivlahan February 18, 2019

Alita: Battle Angel is an adventure in futurism, quality CGI, and classic writing tropes. I rate it 3 out of 5 stars. It was fun and engaging, but I have a few issues with it. It did a good job across the board, but where it really shines is the CGI. CGI has had a […]

Edward Kivlahan February 14, 2019

On Valentine’s Day 2018, Nikolas Cruz walked into Parkland High School and gunned down 17 students. This incident was almost instantly across the major news outlets in America and the survivors came into the national spotlight, for better or worse. They came out of the trauma with a strong message about gun violence and gun […]

Edward Kivlahan February 11, 2019

On Wednesday, February 13th, the Social Justice Club and the Student Activities Council are hosting and sponsoring an Open Mic presentation between 12:15 and 12:45 pm! This Open Mic event features a competition in which the most romantic and the most cynical presentations will each win a $20 gift card! A sign up sheet will […]

Emily Moe February 10, 2019

February is National Black History Month, and DMACC is holding several events to celebrate.  This week there are two speakers, Micah Byars and Margo Foreman.  Micah Byars will be speaking from 12:15-12:45pm Monday, February 11th, in the auditorium.  Byars is in his eighth season on the ISU men’s basketball staff as the Director of Basketball […]

Xavior Rojas February 8, 2019

Recently I was given the assignment of giving up all forms of technology and taking in the experience that came with that. Long story short it was as boring as it sounds, but I did learn and do quite a bit during that time. Why has technology become so interwoven into our lives that we […]

Edward Kivlahan February 8, 2019

Grant Thompson, 14, of Catalina, Arizona has become one of the latest in a group to be promised payment for finding a major bug in Apple’s products. The bug in question is a major privacy concern that showed up in FaceTime, allowing Thompson to listen in on his friends through the app regardless of whether […]

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 […]

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 […]