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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 […]

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 […]

Emily Moe January 25, 2019

As the government shutdown stretches on and becomes the longest in history, it can feel like it doesn’t affect central Iowa at all.  Washington D.C. is hundreds of miles away and talk of the negotiations are only relayed to us via various news outlets. We hear about the 800,000 federal workers who are either working […]

Edward Kivlahan April 23, 2018

The In My Boots 5k took place despite the weather on the 14th, and the community came together to run, walk, and ruck. Some service animals were in attendance, and overall the morning was full of community spirit and adrenaline. Sean Taylor’s race was once again a hit, with a full building of runners and […]

Edward Kivlahan April 11, 2018

Come to McHose park this Saturday by 9:00 a.m. to register and run in the In My Boots annual 5k! The race begins at 10:00 a.m. and all of the proceeds from the run go to training service animals and reintegrating veterans. The registration on-site is $20, and online is $25. This is a community […]

Ainsley Schuler April 6, 2018

The midterm elections are coming up in Iowa. With the Primaries in June, and the General in November. With these elections coming up, it is time for Iowans to be aware of the candidates and their policies, that way voters will be more informed. To be a responsible citizen, register to vote in the Courter […]

Ainsley Schuler March 27, 2018

Two years ago Mario Chothen was going about his normal routine for his security job in downtown Des Moines. Chothen was escorting a man from a nightclub and started getting threatened by the man. Things escalated very quickly and Chothen was shot by the man three times, once in the stomach, once in the tricep, […]

Edward Kivlahan March 22, 2018

Journey To Normal: The Reality of Women Coming Home From War   Journey To Normal: Women of War Come Home is a documentary showing the world that women face after deployment. One statement reflected that many can view men going to war as “men doing men stuff” with the danger, action, and other elements, but […]

Edward Kivlahan March 19, 2018

Interested in going to Des Moines to participate in the march? Sign up at https://www.facebook.com/events/1980323612232773/ to secure your spot on the HIRTA busses that are taking students and other members of the community to the march! This is provided by Unity In The Community and all riders must register by 4pm on Wednesday, March 21. […]