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Opinion

Edward Kivlahan April 4, 2018

I very much enjoyed Ready Player One. Steven Spielberg consistently delivers impressive cinematic experiences and this is no exception. I rate Ready Player One 4 out of 5 stars. The plot was effective, the moral was intriguing, and there were many good elements. The movie follows Wade Watts as he and the world attempt to […]

Mario Chothen March 30, 2018

Stephon Clark was a 22 year old father of two young boys, ages 1 and 3. Young boys who will grow up fatherless, because he was shot to death by the police on March 18th. Clark was believed to have been vandalizing cars. The police confronted him in his own backyard, mistook his cell phone […]

Edward Kivlahan March 5, 2018

ImageLine’s popular DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) FruityLoops Studio is beta testing its new pre-release update for a few weeks (until approximately the 22nd of March). Anyone interested in trying out the new features should visit https://www.image-line.com/documents/news.php and download this snapshot update to try it out! If you have any comments after doing so, feel free […]

Edward Kivlahan March 2, 2018

I enjoy the variety of courses we have, and I believe there are some feasible additions to Boone Campus’ lineup of courses. This editorial focuses on the expansion of the music program here, and any additions that students or staff would like to see are welcome. I always want to include more students and staff […]

Edward Kivlahan March 2, 2018

Would you like to review things like movies, plays, or concerts and have your reviews published? Write your reviews according to the attached template and send them to ekkivlahan@dmacc.edu for review! We want to hear what you think, and we want to make your voices heard! Movie Review Template

Edward Kivlahan February 28, 2018

In my opinion, it would be wise to begin a tradition of open mic nights at DMACC. The open mics I attend are full of energy and support, and they’re a great way to meet people with similar or completely different interests. With original music and evocative poetry, there is a collective experience of expression […]

Ainsley Schuler February 26, 2018

Submitted by Cassie Zinnel I was diagnosed with New Daily Persistent Headache, which is a constant headache that doesn’t go away, when I was a freshman in high school. To this day, I still have this diagnosis. When I was going through this hard time, it was hard to even make it through the day. […]

Edward Kivlahan February 26, 2018

I recently viewed Marvel’s new blockbuster hit: Black Panther. The cinematography was effective; the storytelling was meaningful and impactful; the movie combines powerful performances, rich characters, difficult choices, and intense action. Overall, I rate it five stars. I highly recommend this for all audiences. In the interest of preventing spoilers, plot details in the synopsis […]

Ainsley Schuler February 23, 2018

Submission by Antonio Alvarez Valdivia Even though there are multiple resources, events, and counselors dedicated to help transfer students, there is still a lot of confusion between Pre-Engineering students about some of the procedures that we must follow prior to transferring to a 4-year college. My experience with the transfer program has been great, and now […]

Ainsley Schuler February 23, 2018

Submission by Jamie Jordan For many people in the United States, athletics is a perfect way to continue playing the sport you love, while helping pay for tuition. From personal experience, I chose to become a college athlete so I could attend college for a much lower price. I soon found that being a college […]