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Xander Clubine May 8, 2020

Never in my life would I have thought I’d be part of an epidemic, much less a pandemic. It’s something you read in textbooks, something you see on TV in less developed countries or more populated areas. But in February 2020, the world came crashing to a halt as COVID-19 sent schools on lockdown, sending […]

Erin Hart November 12, 2019

Avoiding illness can be a challenge, especially in the college setting. Most students are very busy trying to juggle a school life, work life, and social life. Because of this, they do not tend to take care of themselves very well. Students tend to have poor sleeping patterns, overwork themselves, and stress often. In addition, […]

Xander Clubine June 18, 2019

On June 17th the DMACC library welcomed two temporary residents in its space. The Boone DMACC Social Justice Club (SJC) received a boom of attendance in its Monarch Way-station when two fat caterpillars were discovered. Christine Whitney, DMACC head librarian and SJC adviser, brought them to a butterfly enclosure in the library to be protected […]

Ainsley Schuler April 24, 2019

Photo Credit to Edward Kivlahan Everyone knows this fact: finals week starts on Friday. Students are cramming in their last second tests, projects, speeches, and studying. While your grades are important, so is your personal and mental health. Here are some tips on how to stay healthy and still get everything done for your finals. […]

Xavior Rojas April 24, 2019

The library will be extending its hours for student’s as finals week is approaching. The will now be open from 7:30am-10pm today and tomorrow. The Cafe is unfortunately closed today, but they will be open tomorrow and Friday and will also be serving breakfast Monday and Tuesday.

Edward Kivlahan April 24, 2019

Set in The Conjuring Universe in the 1970s, The Curse of La Llorona is an okay flick that walks the line between a big budget film student project and a troubled attempt at conveying a traditional story. I rate it two stars. The screenwriting was okay, the special effects were somewhat cheesy, and the character […]

Emily Moe April 20, 2019

Phi Beta Lamba (PBL), is a student leadership and business organization at DMACC which helps prepare students for their future careers.  Phi Beta Lamba is a national group, with chapters at both two-year colleges and four-year colleges. Students from the chapters compete in many events, such as: Job Interview, Public Speaking, Network Concepts, Personal Finance, […]

Emily Moe April 19, 2019

This Thursday, as a part of the Earth Week events, there were posters and slideshows in the Courtier Center, an environmental reading, as well as a presentation by an employee of the Boone County Landfill.  The posters and slideshows were about various topics, from birdwatching in Iowa, erosion, monarch butterflies, red foxes, and the loss […]